The mayor of the municipality of Tundzha commented that the bus crash that killed at least 16 people in Southeastern Bulgaria is an awful tragedy.
Most of the casualties, who died in a tragic bus accident in Southeastern Bulgaria on Thursday morning, have been identified and found to be citizens of the town of Yambol and the nearby villages.
Bulgaria's Ministry Council declared Friday, May 29 as a day of national mourning for the victims of the tragic bus accident near the city of Yambol.
Discrimination against minorities, violence and intolerance towards Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, ill-treatment by law enforcement officials, lengthy detention of asylum seekers are serious issues for Bulgaria.
The Orthodox church in Bulgaria marks Thursday Ascension Day, or the so called Spasovden, which relates to the ascension of Jesus into heaven following his crucifixion and resurrection.
The European Philatelic Exhibition Bulgaria 2009 was opened in Sofia on Wednesday.
The special panel, investigating Bulgaria's communist-era police files, has released the names of State Security agents and collaborators, who are current prosecutors and military investigators.
The World Woof Tour, led by previously homeless dog "Oscar", will arrive in Sofia, on 28 May 2009, the thirteenth stop for Oscar and owner Joanne Lefson who are traveling to 33 countries on 5 continents.
The second group of Bulgarian sailors who were kidnapped by Somali pirates returned to Bulgaria late Monday.
After talks between the Bulgarian Health Ministry and the healthcare company Novo Nordisk the insulin crisis is allegedly over.
The operations of Sofia's recently inaugurated subway stations were restored on Tuesday after a short circuit closed them the previous day.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3 on the Richter scale struck about 160 kilometers southwest of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, outside the territory of the country,
People in Bulgaria have been shown to be the most pessimistic in the world by a prominent psychological study by the University of Kansas and Gallup.
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