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BULGARIA-NATIONALIST/ARREST
RTS7J8V
November 17, 2015
Volen Siderov, (top C) leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, stands on top of a pickup truck...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, stands on top of a pickup truck as he is surrounded...
Volen Siderov, (top C) leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, stands on top of a pickup truck as he is surrounded by supporters outside the criminal investigation office in Sofia, Bulgaria November 17, 2015. The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist party was arrested on Tuesday over his role in a fracas with students last month, prosecutors said, the latest in a string of incidents that appear aimed at winning publicity and irking the authorities. Siderov, leader of the fiercely anti-NATO and anti-European Union Attack party, faces charges of hooliganism and could be jailed for up to three years after parliament last week voted to strip him and another party lawmaker of their immunity from prosecution. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA-NATIONALIST/ARREST
RTS7J8U
November 17, 2015
Volen Siderov (centre L), leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, arrives outside the criminal...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, arrives outside the criminal investigation office...
Volen Siderov (centre L), leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, arrives outside the criminal investigation office in Sofia, Bulgaria November 17, 2015. The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist party was arrested on Tuesday over his role in a fracas with students last month, prosecutors said, the latest in a string of incidents that appear aimed at winning publicity and irking the authorities. Siderov, leader of the fiercely anti-NATO and anti-European Union Attack party, faces charges of hooliganism and could be jailed for up to three years after parliament last week voted to strip him and another party lawmaker of their immunity from prosecution. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA-NATIONALIST/ARREST
RTS7J7Y
November 17, 2015
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, arrives outside the criminal investigation...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, arrives outside the criminal investigation office...
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party, arrives outside the criminal investigation office in Sofia, Bulgaria November 17, 2015. The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist party was arrested on Tuesday over his role in a fracas with students last month, prosecutors said, the latest in a string of incidents that appear aimed at winning publicity and irking the authorities. Siderov, leader of the fiercely anti-NATO and anti-European Union Attack party, faces charges of hooliganism and could be jailed for up to three years after parliament last week voted to strip him and another party lawmaker of their immunity from prosecution. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA/
RTR3GQDC
March 12, 2014
Leader of Bulgarian nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov (R) arrives at Sofia's investigative service...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgarian nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov arrives at Sofia's investigative service building...
Leader of Bulgarian nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov (R) arrives at Sofia's investigative service building March 12, 2014. Siderov was charged with hooliganism on Wednesday following his involvement in an airport scuffle at Varna Airport by the Black Sea in January. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTR3GQCJ
March 12, 2014
Leader of Bulgarian nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov (C) arrives at Sofia's investigative service...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgarian nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov arrives at Sofia's investigative service building...
Leader of Bulgarian nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov (C) arrives at Sofia's investigative service building March 12, 2014. Siderov was charged with hooliganism on Wednesday following his involvement in an airport scuffle at Varna Airport by the Black Sea in January. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BULGARIA-PROTESTS/
RTX11AUI
July 03, 2013
A protester (C) wearing a mask is detained by the police, after breaching the security perimeter in front...
Sofia, Bulgaria
A protester wearing a mask is detained by the police, after breaching the security perimeter in front...
A protester (C) wearing a mask is detained by the police, after breaching the security perimeter in front of the parliament building and performing a skit mocking Volen Siderov, leader of the Bulgarian nationalist Attack party, during a demonstration in Sofia July 3, 2013. Thousands of mainly younger, well-educated Bulgarians have been rallying in Sofia and other cities since June 14 to demand the resignation of the three-week-old Socialist-led cabinet over its bungled bid to impose a media mogul as head of national security without any debate. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA-GOVERNMENT/NATIONALISTS
RTXZKR7
May 13, 2013
A woman walks past election posters of Volen Siderov, leader of the Attack party, in Sofia May 13, 2013....
Sofia, Bulgaria
A woman walks past election posters of Volen Siderov, leader of the Attack party, in Sofia
A woman walks past election posters of Volen Siderov, leader of the Attack party, in Sofia May 13, 2013. The Bulgarian nationalist party which has protested against the Roma minority and wants to nationalise foreign-owned firms has emerged as a kingmaker from an election on Sunday by tapping into voters' disilllusionment with mainstream politicians. Siderov stepped up rhetoric and populist pledges to improve the lives of poor Bulgarians after the previous government resigned in February in the face of demonstrations and self-immolations. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BULGARIA-ISLAM/TRIAL
RTR39QD3
October 29, 2012
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party delivers a speech to supporters during a...
Pazardzhik, Bulgaria
Siderov leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party delivers a speech to supporters during a protest...
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party delivers a speech to supporters during a protest in front of the court in Pazardzhik, some 110 km (68 miles) east of Sofia, October 29, 2012. Several hundred Bulgarian nationalists rallied on Monday in the southern town of Pazardzhik to show support for the court presiding over a trial against thirteen Bulgarian imams accused by prosecutors of belonging to an unregistered branch of Islamic foundation Al Waqf Al Islami which is believed to preach the implementation of Sharia law in the Balkan country. The banner reads, "Bulgarian patriots - united against the islamic threat." REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2S2U8
October 01, 2011
Leader of the "Attack" nationalist party Volen Siderov talks to supporters during a protest in downtown...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of the "Attack" nationalist party Volen Siderov talks to supporters during a protest in downtown...
Leader of the "Attack" nationalist party Volen Siderov talks to supporters during a protest in downtown Sofia October 1, 2011. The party held an election meeting on Saturday demanding new legislation to ensure an end to roma-related crime. Bulgaria has been rocked by three nights of violent street protests after a 19-year old ethnic Bulgarian was ran down and killed by a man, linked to the Roma clan leader Kiril Rashkov, in the southern village of Katunitsa. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTR2S2U6
October 01, 2011
Leader of the "Attack" nationalist party Volen Siderov talks to supporters during a protest in downtown...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of the "Attack" nationalist party Volen Siderov talks to supporters during a protest in downtown...
Leader of the "Attack" nationalist party Volen Siderov talks to supporters during a protest in downtown Sofia October 1, 2011. The party held an election meeting on Saturday demanding new legislation to ensure an end to roma-related crime. Bulgaria has been rocked by three nights of violent street protests after a 19-year old ethnic Bulgarian was ran down and killed by a man, linked to the Roma clan leader Kiril Rashkov, in the southern village of Katunitsa. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTR2MNVW
May 20, 2011
Volen Siderov (C), leader of Bulgaria's nationalist party "Attack", attends a protest in front of the...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's nationalist party "Attack", attends protest in front of Banya Bashi...
Volen Siderov (C), leader of Bulgaria's nationalist party "Attack", attends a protest in front of the Banya Bashi Mosque in central Sofia May 20, 2011. Supporters of the party clashed with Muslim worshippers on Friday during a rally organised by the party to protest the use of loudspeakers at the mosque. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
BULGARIA/
RTR2JDXY
March 03, 2011
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) speaks with his supporters during a rally...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov speaks with his supporters during a rally in Sofia...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) speaks with his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2011. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 133rd anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2JDXK
March 03, 2011
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (L) is greeted by his supporters during a rally...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov is greeted by his supporters during a rally in Sofia...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (L) is greeted by his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2011. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 133rd anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2JDXF
March 03, 2011
Supporters of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party hold a banner with an image of party leader Volen Siderov...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Supporters of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party take part in rally in Sofia
Supporters of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party hold a banner with an image of party leader Volen Siderov during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2011. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 133rd anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2JDX0
March 03, 2011
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) is greeted by his supporters during a rally...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov is greeted by his supporters during a rally in Sofia...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) is greeted by his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2011. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 133rd anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTXTMYK
October 20, 2010
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) is greeted by supporters during a rally...
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov is greeted by supporters during a rally in Plovdiv...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) is greeted by supporters during a rally in the city of Plovdiv, some 120km (75 miles) east from Sofia, October 20, 2010. Demonstrators demanded a ban on Turkey's aspiration for EU membership. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTXTMYC
October 20, 2010
A woman cries while holding a picture of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov during...
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
A woman cries while holding a picture of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov during...
A woman cries while holding a picture of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov during a rally in the city of Plovdiv, some 120km (75 miles) east from Sofia, October 20, 2010. Demonstrators demanded a ban on Turkey's aspiration for EU membership. The poster reads: "Support Attack, save Bulgaria". REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTXTMX1
October 20, 2010
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) greets supporters during a rally in the...
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov greets supporters during a rally in Plovdiv
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) greets supporters during a rally in the city of Plovdiv, some 120km (75 miles) east from Sofia, October 20, 2010. Demonstrators demanded a ban on Turkey's aspiration for EU membership. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTXTMWU
October 20, 2010
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) is greeted by supporters during a rally...
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov is greeted by supporters during a rally in Plovdiv...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) is greeted by supporters during a rally in the city of Plovdiv, some 120km (75 miles) east from Sofia, October 20, 2010. Demonstrators demanded a ban on Turkey's aspiration for EU membership. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTR2B606
March 03, 2010
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) waves to his supporters during a rally in...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov waves to his supporters during a rally in central...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) waves to his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2010. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 132nd anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2B5ZB
March 03, 2010
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) waves to his supporters as he arrives at...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Siderov waves to his supporters in Sofia
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) waves to his supporters as he arrives at a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2010. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 132nd anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
BULGARIA/
RTXCAOG
March 03, 2009
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) gestures to his supporters during a rally...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in Sofia...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov (C) gestures to his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2009. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 131st anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman empire and demanding the resignation of the government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA/
RTXCAOD
March 03, 2009
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in Sofia...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2009. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 131st anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman empire and demanding the resignation of the government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA/
RTXCAOA
March 03, 2009
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party leader Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in Sofia...
Bulgaria's nationalist Attack Party leader Volen Siderov gestures to his supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2009. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National Day, marking the 131st anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman empire and demanding the resignation of the government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA/
RTXBTC3
February 19, 2009
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov shouts slogans during a demonstration in...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Siderov shouts slogans during a demonstration in front...
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov shouts slogans during a demonstration in front of the Turkish Embassy building in central Sofia February 19, 2009. Some one thousand nationalist supporters gathered on a rally to commemorate the 136th anniversary of the hanging of Bulgaria's national hero Vassil Levski. The protestors demanded that Turkey officially apologize for what they call a "genocide" against Bulgarians while they were under Ottoman rule. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA/
RTXBTBA
February 19, 2009
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov shouts slogans as he leads his supporters...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Siderov shouts slogans during rally in Sofia
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov shouts slogans as he leads his supporters in front of the Turkish Embassy building in central Sofia February 19, 2009. Some one thousand nationalist supporters gathered on a rally to commemorate the 136th anniversary of the hanging of Bulgaria's national hero Vassil Levski. The protestors demanded that Turkey officially apologize for what they call a "genocide" against Bulgarians while they were under Ottoman rule. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA-TURKEY/
RTR1YT36
March 27, 2008
Bulgarian nationalist Attack party leader and Member of Parliament Volen Siderov (C) speaks to the media...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgarian nationalist Attack party leader Siderov speaks to media in Sofia
Bulgarian nationalist Attack party leader and Member of Parliament Volen Siderov (C) speaks to the media after his party's members were prevented from protesting against visiting Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan in Sofia March 27, 2008. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA)
CONFIDENCE-BULGARIA/
RTR1XDF7
February 21, 2008
Volen Siderov, leader of oppositional ATTACK party, waves to supporters during a anti-government protest...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Volen Siderov, leader of oppositional ATTACK party, waves to supporters during a anti-government protest...
Volen Siderov, leader of oppositional ATTACK party, waves to supporters during a anti-government protest in front of the parliament building in Sofia February 21, 2008. Some ten thousands of opposition party members and supporters rallied to pressure the Socialist-led government to uproot wide-spread corruption.REUTERS/Asen Tonev (BULGARIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1W9T2
January 25, 2008
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, listens to journalists questions...
Vienna, Austria
Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, listens to journalists questions in Vienna....
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, listens to journalists questions during a news conference in Vienna January 25, 2008. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1W9SB
January 25, 2008
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, Flemish far-right party Vlaams...
Vienna, Austria
Bulgaria's Siderov, Flemish's Vanhecke, Austria's Strache and Le Pen of France pose for photographers...
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, Flemish far-right party Vlaams Belang President Frank Vanhecke, the leader of Austria's far right Freedom Party Heinz - Christian Strache and the President of the Front National Jean-Marie Le Pen (L-R) pose for photographers after a joint news conference in Vienna January 25, 2008. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1W9R4
January 25, 2008
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, Flemish far-right party Vlaams...
Vienna, Austria
Bulgaria's Siderov, Flemish's Vanhecke, Austria's Strache and Le Pen of France pose for photographers...
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, Flemish far-right party Vlaams Belang President Frank Vanhecke, the leader of Austria's far right Freedom Party Heinz - Christian Strache and the President of the Front National Jean-Marie Le Pen (LtoR) pose for photographers after a joint news conference in Vienna January 25, 2008. REUTERS/Photographer (AUSTRIA)
BULGARIA/
RTR1UFL6
September 30, 2007
France's National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen and Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist...
Sofia, Bulgaria
France's National Front leader Le Pen and Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK...
France's National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen and Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, gesture to supporters during an opening ceremony of the pre-election campaign in Sofia September 30, 2007. Bulgaria will hold nationwide local elections on October 28. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA/
RTR1N1UK
March 03, 2007
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, waves to supporters during a rally...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, waves to supporters during a rally in...
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, waves to supporters during a rally in central Sofia March 3, 2007. Several thousand supporters gathered to protest, demanding for the resignation of the Bulgarian government. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA-PRESIDENT/
RTR1LH3W
January 22, 2007
Bulgaria's re-elected President Georgi Parvanov (2nd L) chats with his wife Zorka Parvanova (L) and his...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's re-elected President Parvanov chats with wife Zorka and vice-president Marin during inauguration...
Bulgaria's re-elected President Georgi Parvanov (2nd L) chats with his wife Zorka Parvanova (L) and his vice-president Angel Marin during an official inauguration ceremony for his second mandate in front of the presidency building in Sofia January 22, 2007. Parvanov, the former head of Bulgaria's ruling Socialist party, won a landslide victory in an October runoff vote against the leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA-PRESIDENT/
RTR1LH3T
January 22, 2007
Bulgaria's re-elected President Georgi Parvanov speaks in front of a Bulgarian army honour guard during...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's re-elected President Parvanov speaks during official inauguration ceremony in Sofia
Bulgaria's re-elected President Georgi Parvanov speaks in front of a Bulgarian army honour guard during an official inauguration ceremony for his second mandate in central Sofia January 22, 2007. Parvanov, the former head of Bulgaria's ruling Socialist party, won a landslide victory in an October runoff vote against the leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party's Volen Siderov. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA-PRESIDENT/
RTR1LCYO
January 19, 2007
Bulgaria's re-elected President Georgi Parvanov (R) greets Bulgaria's Orthodox Patriarch Maxim after...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgaria's President Parvanov greets Bulgaria's Orthodox Patriarch Maxim after being sworn-in in Sofia...
Bulgaria's re-elected President Georgi Parvanov (R) greets Bulgaria's Orthodox Patriarch Maxim after being sworn-in in parliament in Sofia for his second mandate January 19, 2007. Parvanov, the former head of Bulgaria's ruling Socialist party, won a landslide victory in an October runoff vote against the leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party Volen Siderov. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTR1ITGQ
October 29, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (R) speaks...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov speaks during a...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (R) speaks during a news conference at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia October 29, 2006. Bulgaria's leftist President Georgi Parvanov won a second five-year term on Sunday with a landslide victory over a nationalist who opposed the country's European Union entry next year, an exit poll showed. Parvanov won between 78 and 80 percent of the votes in a second-round ballot, national radio reported, citing an exit survey from state polling agency NPOC. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTR1ISRD
October 29, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (C) walks...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov walks past reporters...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (C) walks past reporters after casting his ballot at a polling station in Sofia October 29, 2006. Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov is expected to win a second five-year term in a run-off election on Sunday by defeating a nationalist who has opposed the country's European Union entry. REUTERS/Asen Tonev (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTR1ISRA
October 29, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov casts his...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov casts his ballot...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov casts his ballot at a polling station in Sofia October 29, 2006. Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov is expected to win a second five-year term in a run-off election on Sunday by defeating a nationalist who has opposed the country's European Union entry. REUTERS/Asen Tonev (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1IRTI
October 28, 2006
A man walks past pre-election posters of Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov (R) and Presidential candidate...
Pernik, Bulgaria
Man passes by pre-election posters in Sofia
A man walks past pre-election posters of Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov (R) and Presidential candidate Volen Siderov in the town of Pernik October 28, 2006. Incumbent Parvanov emerged with a huge lead after a first round of Bulgarian presidential polls last Sunday, but a record low turnout forced him to contest a runoff vote. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1IQLV
October 27, 2006
People pass a pre-election poster of the leader of Bulgaria's presidential candidate Volen Siderov in...
Sofia, Bulgaria
People pass by pre-election posters of presidential candidate Siderov in Sofia
People pass a pre-election poster of the leader of Bulgaria's presidential candidate Volen Siderov in Sofia October 27, 2006. Incumbent Georgi Parvanov emerged with a huge lead after a first round of Bulgarian presidential polls last Sunday, but a record low turnout forced him to contest a runoff vote. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTION SIDEROV
RTR1IOE4
October 25, 2006
A woman passes pre-election posters of the leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Woman passes pre-election posters of the leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential...
A woman passes pre-election posters of the leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov in Sofia October 25, 2006. Siderov, the underdog in Sunday's presidential election, expects to unseat incumbent Georgi Parvanov and fix a litany of ills he said afflicted voters in the Balkan state. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTION SIDEROV
RTR1IOE1
October 25, 2006
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov speaks during...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov speaks with Reuters...
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov speaks during an interview with Reuters in Sofia October 25, 2006. Siderov, the underdog in Sunday's presidential election, expects to unseat incumbent Georgi Parvanov and fix a litany of ills he said afflicted voters in the Balkan state. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTION SIDEROV
RTR1IODW
October 25, 2006
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov listens to a question...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov speaks with Reuters...
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Sofia October 25, 2006. Siderov, the underdog in Sunday's presidential election, expects to unseat incumbent Georgi Parvanov and fix a litany of ills he said afflicted voters in the Balkan state. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS
RTR1ILJO
October 22, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov pauses during...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov pauses during news conference...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov pauses during a news conference in Sofia early October 23, 2006. Incumbent Georgi Parvanov emerged with a huge lead after a first round of Bulgarian presidential polls on Sunday, but a record low turnout forces him to contest a runoff vote. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS
RTR1ILJC
October 22, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov gestures during...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov gestures during...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov gestures during a news conference in Sofia early October 23, 2006. Incumbent Georgi Parvanov emerged with a huge lead after a first round of Bulgarian presidential polls on Sunday, but a record low turnout forces him to contest a runoff vote. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS
RTR1ILJ2
October 22, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov is shot through...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov looks on during...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov is shot through a glass during a news conference in Sofia October 22, 2006. Incumbent Georgi Parvanov emerged with a huge lead after a first round of Bulgarian presidential polls on Sunday, but a record low turnout forces him to contest a runoff vote. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS
RTR1IKPX
October 22, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov talks with...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov talks with media at...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov talks with media at a polling station in Sofia October 22, 2006. Bulgarians trickled to vote on Sunday in elections expected to hand President Georgi Parvanov a second five-year term and help his ruling Socialist allies consolidate power ahead of entry into the European Union in 2007. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS
RTR1IKPT
October 22, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov leaves the...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov leaves the polling booth...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov leaves the polling booth at a polling station in Sofia October 22, 2006. Bulgarians trickled to vote on Sunday in elections expected to hand President Georgi Parvanov a second five-year term and help his ruling Socialist allies consolidate power ahead of entry into the European Union in 2007. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS
RTR1IKPS
October 22, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov casts his...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov casts his ballot at...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov casts his ballot at a polling station in Sofia October 22, 2006. Bulgarians trickled to vote on Sunday in elections expected to hand President Georgi Parvanov a second five-year term and help his ruling Socialist allies consolidate power ahead of entry into the European Union in 2007. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1IJ7T
October 20, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov greets his...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov greets supporters during...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov greets his supporters during a pre-election rally in Sofia October 20, 2006. Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has kept his wide lead ahead of October 22 presidential elections but expected low turnout means he will probably face a runoff, a poll showed last week. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1IJ7O
October 20, 2006
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (L) greets his...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov greets supporters during...
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (L) greets his supporters during a pre-election rally in Sofia October 20, 2006. Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has kept his wide lead ahead of October 22 presidential elections but expected low turnout means he will probably face a runoff, a poll showed last week. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS POLL
RTR1IE3I
October 16, 2006
Supporters of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov shout slogans...
Pernik, Bulgaria
Supporters of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov shout slogans during...
Supporters of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov shout slogans during a pre-election rally in the town of Pernik, about 20km (12miles) west of the capital Sofia October 16, 2006. Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has a huge lead over his rivals ahead of the October 22 presidential election but may face a second-round runoff because of a low turnout, a Gallup survey showed last week. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA ELECTIONS POLL
RTR1IE3E
October 16, 2006
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (L) and his...
Pernik, Bulgaria
Leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Siderov and his vice-president...
The leader of Bulgaria's nationalist Attack party and presidential candidate Volen Siderov (L) and his vice-president candidate Pavel Shopov (R) wave to supporters during a pre-election rally in the town of Pernik, about 20km (12miles) west of the capital Sofia October 16, 2006. Bulgarian President Parvanov has a huge lead over his rivals ahead of the October 22 presidential election but may face a second-round runoff because of a low turnout, a Gallup survey showed last week. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR16TY4
March 03, 2006
Volen Siderov, the xenophobic leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, raises his fist...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Volen Siderov the leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party raises his fist during a rally...
Volen Siderov, the xenophobic leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, raises his fist during a rally in central Sofia, March 3, 2006. Several thousand supporters gathered to celebrate Bulgaria's National day, marking the 128th anniversary of the country's liberation from the Ottoman empire and demanded for the resignation of the government. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov
BULGARIA
RTRIT2P
July 26, 2005
The leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party Siderov raises his fist during a protest in...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party Siderov raises his fist during a protest ......
The leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party Siderov raises his fist during a protest in Sofia. Volen Siderov, the leader of Bulgaria's radical nationalist ATTACK party, raises his fist during a protest against a proposed minority government including the reformed communist Socialists and the mostly ethnic-Turkish MRF party near the parliament building in Sofia, July 26, 2005. Bulgaria's parliament postponed a confidence vote on Tuesday on a new Socialist-led minority cabinet after deputies opposed to the grouping left the chamber and prevented the quorum needed to hold the ballot. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov Pictures of the month July 2005
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTRFIL8
June 26, 2005
Combination picture shows Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack during a news conference...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Combination picture shows Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack during a news ......
Combination picture shows Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack during a news conference in Sofia. Volen Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, speaks during a news conference in this combination picture in Sofia June 26, 2005. Bulgaria's militant nationalist Attack party emerged only two months before Saturday's national elections to rally the Balkan country's disaffected and secure a place in parliament on a radically xenophobic platform. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTRFIKQ
June 26, 2005
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov listens to a journalists question during...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov listens to a journalists question ...
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov listens to a journalists question during a news conference in Sofia. Volen Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, listens to a journalists question during a news conference in Sofia, June 26, 2005. Bulgaria's militant nationalist Attack party emerged only two months before Saturday's national elections to rally the Balkan country's disaffected and secure a place in parliament on a radically xenophobic platform. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTRFIIO
June 26, 2005
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov listens to a journalists question during...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov listens to a journalists question ...
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov listens to a journalists question during a news conference in Sofia. Volen Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, listens to a journalists question during a news conference in Sofia, June 26, 2005. Bulgaria's militant nationalist Attack party emerged only two months before Saturday's national elections to rally the Balkan country's disaffected and secure a place in parliament on a radically xenophobic platform. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
BULGARIA ELECTION
RTRFIID
June 26, 2005
Volen Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, speaks during a news conference in Sofia...
Sofia, Bulgaria
The leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, Siderov speaks during a news conference in Sofia....
Volen Siderov, leader of the ultra-nationalist coalition Attack, speaks during a news conference in Sofia June 26, 2005 Bulgaria's militant nationalist Attack party emerged only two months before Saturday's national elections to rally the Balkan country's disaffected and secure a place in parliament on a radically xenophobic platform. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel SN/VP
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