The Specialised Criminal Court will review the arrest of the 21-year old man detained over terrorism charges.
A considerable part of the preparation for the upcoming elections is focused on counteracting possible hacker attacks like the ones in 2015, which blocked the sites of several institutions, including the Central Election Commission.
“Bulgaria can accept up to 3,000 more refugees in the temporary crisis centres,” stated Gunev.
ABV has become the first party to seek the support of DPS for the presidential vote on November 6.
Bulgaria is entering the presidential campaign with continuing low trust in all major institutions: Parliament – 8%, Chief Prosecutor – 10%, Government – 16%, President – 21%.
Bulgaria ranks first in Europe in terms of the consumption of cigarettes among 16-year old pupils, reported the National Centre for Public Health Protection, cited by BNR.
Lawmakers have approved on a first reading a bill that will allow state energy company NEK to pay nearly EUR 630 M to Russia's Atomstroyexport.
The Mayor of Perushtitsa Radi Minchev was released on Tuesday on bail of BGN 10,000 imposed by the Plovdiv Appellate Court.
The State Agency for Refugees has begun the construction of 68 new caravans for over 400 people in the Harmanli refugee camp, reported BGNES.
The Bulgarian cabinet has announced it is proposing for parliamentary ratification amendments to a 2010 agreement with Serbia that allows cooperation between border police forces of the two countries.
Candidates willing to run or being endorsed by parties for the upcoming presidential elections are able to register as of September 19.
Bulgaria should develop its own policies and pursue and defend them abroad, and not the other way around, the Air Force's ex-commander and current socialist presidential candidate has said.
Ahmed Dogan, the honorary chair of the Movements and Freedoms Party (DPS), could be nominated for President of Bulgaria, the party's current head Mustafa Karadayi has said.
Sofia Prosecutor’s Office has started an investigation against former Sofia District Governor Veselin Penev over the Tsarski konyushni deal.
Two men have been detained by Chief Directorate National Police during a specialised operation.
There have been over 2,000 traffic-related accidents at pedestrian crossings in the three largest cities – Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna in the period January, 2013-June, 2016, showed data presented by the Interior Ministry.
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