The body of a 39-year-old man has been found near a gas station near Kazichene, on the outskirts of Sofia.
A Nevada resident who currently lives in the Tsar petrovo village near Vidin, where she owns a property, has accidentally encountered a dead body lying in the grass next to the main road.
The gunman who killed eight people in the Czech town of Uhersky Brod on Tuesday had a gun licence and the shooting wasn’t a terrorist attack, Interior Minister Milan Chovanec has said.
At least eight people were killed after a shooting in the town of Uhersky Brod in the eastern part of the Czech Republic.
European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has ruled against the Bulgarian state over the clash between supporters of nationalist party Ataka and Muslims outside Sofia’s Banya Bashi mosque in 2011.
Bulgarian customs officers have seized 8.
Bulgarian model Rali Ivanova was arrested Wednesday in the US Pasco County over charges of driving under the influence of alcohol.
The state prosecution has dropped charges of attempted murder against the man who attacked the DPS party's honorary chair Ahmed Dogan in 2013.
Sofia Appellate Court (SAS) sentenced the former director of heating utility Toplofikatsiya Sofia Valentin Dimitrov to three years' imprisonment at second instance on charges of property mismanagement.
Bulgarian border police have detained 44 illegal migrants from Syria and Iraq trying to cross into Romania, bTV reported on Wednesday.
Prosecutors have demanded a ten-year sentence for Aleksandar Tomov, who owns the CSKA football club, in an embezzlement trial that started in 2008.
Bulgarian and Macedonian police have detained a 41-year-old inmate who was seeking to enter Bulgaria.
A group of young men armed with batons stormed into a shopping mall on Alexander Stamboliiski Boulevard in Sofia late on Wednesday.
Nine Bulgarian citizens were detained for their alleged participation in a criminal group running a massive illegal cigarette factory in Hungary.
The Sofia Appellate Court has upheld the 4-year prison term of former Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov over the blocked wiretapping motions.
Ahmed Musa Ahmed, an imam accused of preaching radical Islam in the Bulgarian town of Pazardzhik, provided logistic support to two Bosnian Muslims who wanted to cross the Bulgaria-Turkey border, officials say.
The Plovdiv Appellate Court upheld Thursday the order for the remand in custody of Todor Karaivanov, director of the Svilengrad customs office.
A man involved in the currency exchange business has been killed meters away from his home in Plovdiv, the second-largest Bulgarian city, police say.
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