Bulgaria's Parliamentary Speaker Tsetska Tsacheva will head a delegation on a three-day visit to Morocco on Saturday afternoon.
Monitoring should be imposed on Romania and Bulgaria if they are to enter the Schengen Agreement in 2011, Austria's Interior Minister Maria Fekter declared.
Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor Boris Velchev has stated, counter to US ambassador James Warlick's prior claims, that there is no investigation underway against ex-Minister of Interior Rumen Petkov.
The Prosecutor's Office in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas has raised charges against the second mate of the Dutch oil tanker "Alessandro DP" and the captain of the Karim 1 cargo ship who collided near cape Emine.
The Central Intelligence Agency has been drawing up the US state department's secret directives sent in the summer last year to more than 30 US embassies around the world, including Sofia, the Guardian reported.
Bulgarian rescue teams have called off the search for survivors after the clash between two ships in the Black Sea near cape Emine.
A plane arrived in Israel on Friday morning with Bulgarian firefighters and equipment to help contain a forest blaze near the port city of Haifa that has killed about 40 people and forced the departure of 14,000 others.
Bulgaria's former Interior Minister Rumen Petkov has slammed as lies claims that the US Embassy in Sofia duly informed him on the reasons behind the annulment of his non-immigrant visa.
There are "worrying" matters in the secret cables recently released by WikiLeaks, said Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov.
A serious engine trouble has forced Serbia's Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic to return to Belgrad's airport, thus postponing his visit to the neighboring country of Bulgaria.
Organized crime is the most serious problem facing Bulgaria, according to former United States Ambassador to Sofia James Pardew, fresh diplomatic cables on Wikileaks say.
Bulgaria's former Interior Minister Rumen Petkov has been informed by the US Embassy in Sofia on the reasons behind the annulment of his non-immigrant visa.
The Bulgarian Border Police, Civil Defense and volunteers keep searching for survivors after the clash between two ships in the Black Sea near cape Emine.
Sweden wanted Russia expelled from the Council of Europe after the Russian-Georgian War in the summer of 2008, according to a classified document published by the notorious WikiLeaks site.
Bulgaria's Minister of the Interior, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, had expressed the country's readiness to accept two prisoners from Guantanamo under certain conditions.
Dutch oil tanker Alesandro DP, which was involved in a sea crash that sunk another ship and left five missing, has successfully berthed at the Bulgarian Varna Port.
The Regional Prosecutor's Office in the Black Sea city of Burgas is probing three possible causes for the clash of two ships near cape Emine.
One of the rescued sailors from the Monday collision between the two ships in Black Sea near the Emine Cape has been hospitalized in the city of Burgas, Bulgaria's Darik News informed.
A helicopter of the Bulgarian Air Force will join the investigation of 5 sailors that are still missing after Monday's collision between two ships in the Black Sea, some 20 km south of Bulgaria's Emine Cape.
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