A light earthquake of 3,0 on Richter scale was registered shortly after midnight in South-East Bulgaria.
Bulgaria's largest English-language news provider, Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency), registered Sunday, June 28, 2009, its 20 000 000th unique visit!
Over 153 00 Bulgarian immigrants in Spain have been affected badly by the effects of the global financial and economic crisis.
The 100th year since the birth of one of the most famous Bulgarian novelists, Dimitar Dimov, has been honored with a series of events in Madrid.
Close to 300 people rallied for Bulgaria's second gay pride parade in Sofia Saturday.
Over 6 300 000 votes have been cast for Bulgaria's Belogradchik Rocks in the online voting for the New Seven Wonders of the world at www.
For the second year in a row Bulgaria's capital Sofia is going to have a gay pride parade on June 27.
Bulgarian Michael Jackson fans, shocked and saddened like the rest of the world, are mourning his death in Sofia.
The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, who passed away Thursday night, allegedly stole one of his great hits from a Bulgarian composer in the 1990s.
Bulgaria's eighth case of patient with swine flu, A(H1N1), is a man who recently came back from Saudi Arabia.
Thousands of Bulgarian citizen and trade union members rallied in downtown Sofia Friday.
At the beginning of March 2009, Michael Jackson, who died at the age of 50 Thursday night, appeared at a press conference allegedly wearing a Bulgarian martenitsa.
The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, who died at the age of 50 Thursday night, was at one point a desired resident by the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Nessebar.
A dense, thick smog of suffocating dust enveloped Sofia's central metro station "Serdika", sending scores of passengers running outside.
A total of 15,000 people are expected to rally on Friday along the streets of the Bulgarian capital Sofia to express their discontent with life in the European Union's poorest and most corrupt nation.
The US nu metal band, Limp Bizkit, will perform a concert on Monday, June 29, in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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