In 2014 the number of casualties in traffic accidents in Bulgaria will most likely exceed 600, the chairperson of the Association of car accident victims Vladimir Todorov told the Focus news agency.
Bulgaria's Rhodope Mountaines became the seventh area, part of the Rewilding Europe initiative.
GERB, the biggest partner in Bulgaria's minority coalition government, on Thursday urged print media publishers to draft anti-defamation legislation.
The temporary Budget and Finance Committee at Bulgaria's Parliament has approved the allocation of BGN 100 M more to the National Health Insurance Fund (NZOK).
The Sofia synagogue is ranked among the 19 most beautiful houses of worship in the world by the Architectural Digest magazine.
The number of Bulgarians and Romanians working in Britain has reached a new high, reports The Telegraph, quoting data of UK's Office For National Statistics.
The municipal council of Bulgaria's coast city of Varna introduced stiff fines for parking violations in the city, reports the Varna Utre website.
For the first time since Bulgaria’s EU accession, the level of illegal immigration reached a critical rate in 2013, according to a report of the Border Police Chief Directorate of the Interior Ministry.
A survey of the Institute for Market Economics (IME) think-tank has sounded the alarm about the growing divide between northern and southern Bulgaria.
It is time Bulgarians give their children a truthful account on the communist era that the country went through between 1944 and 1989, President Rosen Plevneliev said on Tuesday.
The photo exhibition “The Abandoned Bulgaria” shows 30 deserted places in the country.
The famous Russian Saint-Petersburg State Ballet on ice will perform in four Bulgarian cities in November.
Bulgarians had only four occasions for optimism since the darkest moments of the transition, shows a survey of the Gallup International agency, presented on the occasion of the 25-th anniversary of the fall of Todor Zhivkov from power.
The second Bulgarian edition of the Night Of The Theatres will take place in 11 cities on November 15.
The Seventh International Triennial of Graphic Arts “Sofia 2014” opens at 6 pm on Monday in the exhibition halls of the gallery of the Union of Bulgarian Artists (UBA), located on 6 Shipka Street.
The 28-th edition of Bulgaria's Kinomania film festival starts on November 13 in Sofia with a screening of the Bulgarian film “The Sinking Of Sozopol” (Potuvaneto na Sozopol).
The woman who set herself ablaze in front of Bulgaria's presidency last week has died, doctors say.
Petar Moskov, Bulgaria’s new Health Minister, has vowed to make everything possible to make sure that Bulgarians have electronic medical records, electronic health insurance account, and electronic prescription forms by end-2015.
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