Serbia's customs authorities have detained two Bulgarian ships sailing on the Danube over failure to obey regulations.
The Bulgarian Cultural Club in Skopje (BCCS) has risen in protest against hate speech by Archbishop Stefan, the head of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, with respect to Macedonian Bulgarians.
Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov is setting out on a visit to Pakistan after the Bulgarian government granted humanitarian aid to the flood-devastated country on his initiative.
Bulgaria's government should take decisive measures on the recent spying scandal, the US Ambassador to the Balkan country, James Warlick stated on Monday.
Bulgaria's government is most heavily criticized for its failure to rake in revenues into the budget by privatization, shows a survey, conducted among analysts, employers and trade unionists.
The two Bulgarian Antarctic Expeditions, one returning and one incoming, are still blocked in Chile, which has significantly interfered with their scheduled research activities.
Bulgaria begins Monday the procedure of selecting new consuls general to replace those who were exposed as agents or collaborators to the former Communist State Security (DS).
Bulgaria's two scientific expeditions to Antarctica – one returning home, and the other taking over – have been stranded in the very south of Chile because of civil unrest caused by a strike.
Bulgaria's former Socialist foreign minister has called on 41 senior diplomats to resist pressure to resign on the grounds they worked for the communist-era secret service.
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has extended its warning for Bulgarian citizens against traveling to Tunisia while pointing out that the unrest in the North African country resulting from political tensions has started to subside.
Bulgaria has been slow to react with respect to projects for controlling its rivers that regularly flood European Turkey and its own border areas, an article of Turkish English-language newspaper Today's Zaman points out.
The candidates for ambassadors, which will replace the diplomats, revealed to have worked for the former Communist State Security, will be decided by February, Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov said.
There no new information that could be announced about the Bulgarian UN workers that were abducted in Sudan, the Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov said.
The police in Sudan have found the car with which the three Bulgarian air crew members working for the United Nations were abducted, the Bulgarian private bTV reported.
Bulgaria's parliament has adopted a declaration, demanding the withdrawal of 42 senior diplomats - including the country's ambassadors to Germany, the UK, China, and Russia - on the grounds they worked for the communist-era secret service.
Sudan's government has drawn up an emergency rescue plan for the three Bulgarian air crew members working for the United Nations, who were abducted in Darfur region on Thursday, the country's foreign ministry announced.
The three Bulgarian pilots, who were abducted in Sudan, earlier Thursday are in good condition and their lives are not in danger, the company which employs them informs.
The Sofia-based Committee for Free, Democratic, and Independent Belarus has expressed its readiness to serve as an embassy for the Balkan countries for the "government of national salvation" formed by the Belarusian opposition.
Bulgaria's government has approved the allocation of humanitarian aid to Pakistan, much of which has been devastated by the floods that hit the country in July 2010.
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