A husband shot his wife and then killed himself at a cafeteria in the southeastern Bulgarian town of Sliven Thursday afternoon.
The indictment against underworld bosses Krassimir and Nikolay Marinovi - dubbed the Marguins and their five accomplices was filed at Sofia City Court on Thursday.
Police authorities have busted a group of five Bulgarians who dealt with baby trafficking in Greece, media reported. The traffickers were caught when a police officer contacted them, claiming that he was interested in purchasing a baby.
Romanian journalists George Buhnici, sued for illegal possession and use of special surveillance devices (SSD), was finally acquitted, his lawyer announced. This happened after the Supreme Cassation Court withdrew the disctrict prosecutors objection agai
Bulgaria's Supreme Cassation Court will decide on the appeal for the retrial of Michael Shields, the British football fan jailed in Bulgaria for the attempted murder of a barmaid, in one month. Bulgaria's Supreme Court in Sofia is to rule on whether Shie
Thirty-six Bulgarians have been arrested in a huge police raid in France that busted a network for illegal immigrants, France 3 TV channel reported. Police says that, assisted by the criminal group, more than 100 people have illegally entered France from
Michael Shields, the British football fan jailed in Bulgaria for the attempted murder of a barmaid, is to make a final appeal for a retrial. Michael Shields, now 19, was jailed for 15 years after being convicted of attempted murder of bartender Martin Ge
Representatives of the strong arm obsolete groupings VIS and SIC are now dealing with artifacts smuggling, it appeared Monday. In an interview for local Darik radio the head of the special police unit for fight against crimes against national historical
A Sofia prison guard was ordered a home arrest and two others went to bail over a recent prisoners sex scandal. The three were accused of allowing a homosexual orgy last summer, with some of the participants now saying they had been abused.
A private Bulgarian channel showed Saturday night footage of the homosexual orgy that recently sparkled a Sofia prison abuse scandal. The recording was made with a mobile phone by an ex-prisoner, and was later released on the Internet.
The head of Telecom Italia, Riccardo Ruggiero, was caught speeding on a motorway in northern Italy at 311 kilometres per hour. Media revealed on Saturday that Ruggiero was trying his new Porsche Carrera.
Five young Bulgarians, four women and a teenage man, were arrested in a raid against three illegal pornographic studios. The sites in Plovdiv provided explicit sex footage to a US website, the police say as cited by the media Saturday.
Media noise might scare off the key witness believed to have last seen the two sisters from the town of Pazardzhik alive, local police comments. A day earlier it was reported that police investigating the gruesome murder of the two sisters is to release
A 27-year-old mother was charged with assault after beating up an arts teacher in Stara Zagora in eastern Bulgaria. The mother was furious with the teacher, because he had slapped her son the on March 2.
Police investigating the gruesome murder of the two sisters from the town of Pazardzhik is to release an e-fit picture of a witness, believed to have last seen them. A description of the witness, a girl, said to be about 19-year-old, will be provided by
A Roma party in Bulgaria has warned authorities not to blame two recent teen murders on Roma people. Evroroma claim that the police know who killed 18-year-old Rositsa and her sister Kristina, 15.
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