German Tourist in Sunny Beach among Bulgaria's New Swine Flu Cases

Bulgaria's Ministry of Health confirmed Thursday the news about two new swine flu cases in the country.

Society | July 9, 2009, Thursday // 19:34 | Viewed: 3124

Ancient Roman Tunnel Discovered in Bulgaria's Plovdiv

Municipal employees discovered a well-preserved ancient Roman tunnel in the southern Bulgarian city of Plovdiv.

Society » Archaeology | July 9, 2009, Thursday // 18:17 | Viewed: 5744

Bulgaria Eco-Activists Rally against Burgas-Alexandroupolis Pipeline

Bulgarian Environmentalists from the "Clean Sea" organization rallied Thursday against the planned Burgas-Alexandoupolis Oil Pipeline.

Society » Environment | July 9, 2009, Thursday // 15:51 | Viewed: 1759 with Record Number of Unique Visits

Bulgaria's largest English-language news provider, (Sofia News Agency) registered Wednesday, June 8, 2009, a record number of unique visits.

Society | July 9, 2009, Thursday // 13:09 | Viewed: 1223

New Bulgaria Swine Flu Case Confirmed in Veliko Tarnovo

The second case of swine flu in Bulgaria's Veliko Tarnovo region has been confirmed by the country's Health Ministry.

Society | July 9, 2009, Thursday // 12:23 | Viewed: 1325

Bulgaria's Coastal Towns Rally against Oil Pipeline Project

Environmentalists' protests will accompany the public debate of plans for an oil pipeline passing through the coastal town of Burgas and the neighboring municipalities, scheduled for July 9.

Society » Environment | July 9, 2009, Thursday // 08:27 | Viewed: 1387

Ex US Defense Secretary McNamara Dies Aged 93

Robert McNamara, who served as US defense secretary during the Vietnam war and the Cuban Missile Crisis, has died aged 93.

Society » Obituaries | July 6, 2009, Monday // 16:27 | Viewed: 1091

Bulgaria Hellish Bus Crash Death Toll Rises to 18

The victims of the hellish bus crash at the Bakadzhik peak near the Bulgarian city of Yambol have become 18.

Society | July 6, 2009, Monday // 14:22 | Viewed: 1917

Bulgaria Belogradchik Rocks Down to 4th Place in New 7 Wonders Ranking

The miraculous rock formations near the northwest Bulgarian town of Belogradchik moved down one place to fourth position in the global campaign to select the world's new Seven Wonders.

Society » Culture | July 6, 2009, Monday // 11:21 | Viewed: 6207

Sofia Airport Terminal II Evacuated over Bomb Threat

The Bulgarian authorities evacuated Sunday evening the newer Terminal II of Sofia's airport over an alleged bomb threat.

Society | July 5, 2009, Sunday // 20:16 | Viewed: 3044

USA Celebrate Independence Day on Fourth of July

Saturday is the Fourth of July, a day when the United States are celebrating America's 233rd birthday.

Society | July 4, 2009, Saturday // 10:50 | Viewed: 3991

Bus Crash Kills 7 People near Bulgaria Svilengrad

Seven foreign citizens have died Saturday morning after a crash between between two buses near the Bulgarian town of Lyubimetz, Svilengrad municipality.

Society | July 4, 2009, Saturday // 10:35 | Viewed: 6067

Berlin Wall Exhibition in Bulgaria's Sofia University

An exhibition, dedicated to the twentieth anniversary of the removal of the Iron Curtain and the fall of the Berlin wall, has been opened in Bulgaria's biggest Sofia University.

Society » Culture | July 2, 2009, Thursday // 19:08 | Viewed: 1613

Two More Swine Flu Cases Confirmed in Bulgaria

There have been a new two confirmed cases of swine flu in Bulgaria, the Health Ministry has reported.

Society | July 2, 2009, Thursday // 18:33 | Viewed: 2035

Father in Bulgaria-Poland Custody Battle Set to Give Over Son

A Polish mediator has informed the Bulgarian father, Todor Vasilev, involved in a high profile custody battle that he will have to give his son over to the authorities on July 6.

Society | July 2, 2009, Thursday // 15:19 | Viewed: 1364

Bulgarian Archaeologists Discover 7 000-Years-Old Settlement

Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a 7 000-years-old settlement close to the northeast city of Shumen.

Society » Archaeology | July 2, 2009, Thursday // 14:36 | Viewed: 6876

Bulgaria Capital Sofia - Europe's 13th Most Costly City to Park In

Bulgaria's capital Sofia is the thirteenth most expensive city to park a car in Europe, according to a parking rate study, conducted by Colliers International.

Society | July 2, 2009, Thursday // 13:36 | Viewed: 1959

Environmentalists Rally to "Save Bulgaria Nature"

Bulgarian environmentalists will protest on Thursday against the country's preoccupation with flogging the mountains of Rila and Vitosha and Irakli beach on the Black Sea coast to developers as quickly as possible.

Society » Environment | July 2, 2009, Thursday // 08:34 | Viewed: 1343

4 People Struck by Lightning in Southern Bulgaria

Four people including one child were struck by lightning Wednesday in the village of Zmeitsa close to the southern Bulgarian town of Dospat.

Society | July 1, 2009, Wednesday // 20:19 | Viewed: 3706

New Swine Flu A(H1N1) Case in Bulgaria's Stara Zagora

A new case of the swine flu virus, A(H1N1), has been discovered in the southern Bulgarian city of Stara Zagora.

Society | July 1, 2009, Wednesday // 16:59 | Viewed: 1286

Bulgarian Speleologists Discover Unique Thracian Sanctuary

Speleologists from the city of Veliko Tarnovo have discovered an absolutely unique Thracian sanctuary in Northern Bulgaria.

Society » Archaeology | July 1, 2009, Wednesday // 16:49 | Viewed: 11626
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