Capital (Bulgarian: aитал) is a weekly Bulgarian newspaper. Capital's debut issue was published in 1993. Following a redesign in 2006, the main body of the newspaper is now divided into four sections. Under the Capital brand, a variety of business-to-business events are conducted.
The newspaper 24 Chasa is published in Bulgaria. The company's headquarters are in Sofia. The newspaper, which was part of Petyo Blaskov's 168 Chasa (168 Hours) Press Group, was started in April 1991, a few months after the 168 Hours weekly newspaper.
Dnevnik debuted in June 1951 as Ljubljanski dnevnik before being renamed Dnevnik in 1968. The paper's headquarters are in Ljubljana. In 2003, Dnevnik had a circulation of 66,000 copies. Its circulation in 2007 was 58,300 copies, making it the country's third most read daily.
The Daily Telegraph, abbreviated as The Telegraph online and elsewhere, is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed throughout the United Kingdom and globally. Arthur B. Sleigh started The Daily Telegraph & Courier in 1855.
Bulgaria Dnes (Bulgaria Today), abbreviated Dnes, is a daily Bulgarian-language newspaper based in Sofia.