Seven foreign citizens have died Saturday morning after a crash between between two buses near the Bulgarian town of Lyubimetz, Svilengrad municipality.
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.
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.
Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a 7 000-years-old settlement close to the northeast city of Shumen.
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.
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.
A new case of the swine flu virus, A(H1N1), has been discovered in the southern Bulgarian city of Stara Zagora.
Speleologists from the city of Veliko Tarnovo have discovered an absolutely unique Thracian sanctuary in Northern Bulgaria.
A young man fell off a cliff and drowned at Kamen Bryag village on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, the traditional location for the hippy-style celebration of hailing the sunrise on July 1, known as July Morning.
Six people were injured after a public transport bus crashed Tuesday into a bus stop in Bulgaria's Plovdiv hitting the people waiting there.
The Bulgarian capital Sofia has a total of 8 500 stray dogs, according to official data presented at the opening of a new asylum facility at the Dolni Bogrov Quarter Tuesday.
The renown Polish economist, Leszek Balcerowicz, was in Sofia Monday for the presentation of the biographical book named after him, written by Polish journalist Witold Gadomski.
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee extended one last chance to Bulgaria Monday regarding the Pirin National park.
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