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Club Z

The liberal-conservative website Club Z concentrates on political and business news and commentary. Its columnists include prominent journalists like Ivan Bedrov and the daily newspaper Trud's Brussels correspondent of many years Vesselin Jelev. Club Z is published by pharmaceuticals entrepreneur Ognyan Donev, one of the richest men in Bulgaria.

Medium: online portal
Political orientation: Liberal-conservative
Frequency of publication: Regularly updated
Visits per month: < 500.000
Online payment model: All content free of charge

Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Publisher: Ognyan Donev
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 2014

Ul. Lachezar Stanchev 5, 1756 Sofia
Phone: 00359 2 405 50 55
Twitter: @clubz_bg

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16 articles from this medium have been cited in the European press review by euro|topics.

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1.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 14/01/2016

Open conflict between Ankara and IS

In the wake of the attack in Istanbul Turkey is in danger of plunging into a spiral of violence, the news website Club Z fears: ... » more

2.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 16/12/2015

Bulgarians don't trust state to protect borders

The news that the EU wants to give more powers to Frontex and step up surveillance of the Bulgarian-Turkish border met with positive comments by ... » more

3.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 01/12/2015

Moscow's mission increasing Syria's suffering

Moscow's mission in Syria will become even more resolute after Turkey's downing of a Russian fighter jet, the news website Club Z predicts: "Putin will ... » more

4.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 26/09/2015

Exodus to Europe: Bulgaria's Orthodox Church is inhumane

In an open letter Bulgaria's Orthodox Church called on the state on Friday to not take in any more refugees. Bulgaria must protect itself from ... » more

5.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 11/09/2015

Exodus to Europe: Give up some pocket money and save lives

Europe's claim that it can't cope with any more refugees is nothing but a flimsy excuse, the news portal Club Z believes: "This is a ... » more

6.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 10/09/2015

EU treats refugees better than Bulgarians

The rich EU states are more willing to open their job markets and social welfare systems to refugees from the Middle East, Africa and Asia ... » more

7.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 02/06/2015

Bad job still better than bad marriage

For years Bulgaria has been the country with the unhappiest population in the EU according to Eurostat statistics. Low pay is cited as the main ... » more

8.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 16/04/2015

Europe pinning hopes on Tsipras's resignation

If Athens doesn't get any new loans Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will be forced to cut pensions and salaries, journalist Vesselin Yelev writes on the ... » more

9.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 11/04/2015

Daniel Smilov urges Bulgarians to stop moaning

The Bulgarians' extremely pessimistic view of their country's future won't help them make it any better, political scientist Daniel Smilov writes in the news portal ... » more

10.  Club Z - Bulgaria | 09/04/2015

Turkish Stream faces same fate as South Stream

Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Turkey and Serbia signed a declaration of intent for supporting the Russian pipeline project Turkish Stream on Tuesday in Budapest. Like its ... » more


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