TURN... ...the clock forward this weekend if you don't want to be late for everything on Monday.
A five-month-old baby has died of viral meningitis in Bulgaria's city of Pazardzhik, doctors have told Darik News. The little girl was brought to the hospital in extremely grave condition and was placed in the intensive care sector of the children's ward
NASA released on Wednesday never-before-seen images that show the sun's magnetic field is much more turbulent and dynamic than previously known. The international spacecraft Hinode, formerly known as Solar B, took the images.
Palaeontologists announced they have discovered the skeleton of a whale that had lived five million years ago. The discovery was made in a vineyard in Toskana, Italy in the beginning of the week.
Scientist in the US have created a hybrid mosquitoes that are resistible to the malaria parasite, international media reported.
Bulgaria's Princess Kalina made a surprising announcement on Friday for the media, saying her newborn baby, named after her father Simeon will have Hassan added to the name.
Hooligans smashed almost all panes of the train, by which Harry Potter travelled to school in the four films, based on author JK Rowling's popular books. A group of six youngsters are suspected of committing the crime.
Bulgarian children with cancer have now one more hope for fighting the disease as country's health minister opened Friday the reconstructed and renovated Specialized Children's Hospital with oncological and haematological diseases.
Politicians and journalists gathered in Sofia to plant trees in the capital's Oborishte park, following Darik Radio's initiative "Plant a tree, go green with Darik."
Netherlands's totally rocking ska band Mark Foggo's Skasters arrived in Bulgaria on Thursday afternoon for their first concert in the country.
Britney Spears checked out of rehab early to get her children back, but she won't be allowed to take care of them anytime soon because her estranged husband has filed for custody until she heals completely.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney will release his next album through a record label started up by international coffee chain Starbucks, the company said at its annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday. McCartney becomes the first artist to sign with Hear Mus
Bulgaria's capital city of Sofia is among the most favourable locations to live in, a survey of the human resource consultancy for multinationals ECA International shows. Sofia, together with India's second-largest metropolis Delhi, Azerbaijan's capital
Hungarian, Dutch and Serbian porn stars will gather with their Bulgarian colleagues at the third edition of the Eros Show in Sofia. The erotic expo that opened Wednesday offers free AIDS tests to its visitors for the first time.
Bulgaria's Princess Kalina and her newborn son Simeon III left the Lozenets University Hospital in the afternoon hours of Wednesday, Darik News reported. Kalina and baby Simeon left the institution in 1:50 p.
The first day of spring of 2007 in Bulgaria was marked by heavy rains, stormy weather and left more than 40 towns in the country without electricity. The vernal equinox, or as it is otherwise called, the first point of Aries is observed in 2007 on March
The newly born son of Bulgaria's Princess Kalina will be transported secretly to the Vrana residence, as the royal family still wants to keep all private, Standart newspaper informed on Wednesday.
Coiffure Beauty magazine gathered the best Bulgarian hairdressers for its first annual alwards. Coming from all ends of Bulgaria, the coiffures spared no imagination on their models, creating futuristic, flamboyant and extravagant hairdos that few women
Chelopech Mining, Bulgaria's branch of Canadian company Dundee Precious Metals, has donated equipment to Sofia's Pirogov Emergency Institute. The life-saving lung ventilation equipment has been produced by Draeger Medical.
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