A 3,3-magnitude earthquake shook Bulgaria's capital Sofia at 6:25 a.m.
Bulgarian farmers from the southern District of Kurdzhali have headed south in order to cross the border into Greece with four herds of sheep - a total of 8 000 animals.
One of the most famous caves in Bulgaria, Magurata, which is a top tourist attraction famous for its drawings by prehistoric people, will be renovated with money from the European Economic Area financial mechanism.
The Bulgarian boatswain from the city of Varna Rusin Kostov has gone missing in the Mediterranean close to the shores of Algeria and Tunisia.
The palace of the Bulgarian governor of the Rhodoppe region located at the ancient sanctuary on the mount of Perperikon.
The largest boulevards in Sofia that are currently being repaired were going to be completed by September 15 as one of the main priorities of the capital's municipality presented by Sofia's Mayor Boyko Borisov Friday. Those boulevards include "Slivnitsa"
High concentration of sulphur dioxide in Bulgaria's town of Dimitrovgrad was reported Friday for yet another time.
Four people died as 29 heavy car crashes were reported overnight across Bulgaria, according to the data of the country's Interior Ministry. Other 41 people were injured in the hits, as two of them are in critical condition.
Bulgarian milk producers across the country are to protest again on Friday against unpaid subsidies by blocking roads and staging rallies. Farmers from the region of Vratsa said they are to block the Vratsa - Oryahovo main road for 45 minutes today.
Hollywood star Morgan Freeman is divorcing his wife of 24-years just days after he was involved in a serious car accident, according to statements of one of the actor's friends made for Access Hollywood.
Bulgaria's National Physics Students' Team won three medals at the 39th International Physics Olympiad in Hanoi, Vietnam.
A fire broke Thursday afternoon in a wheat field near the military warehouse in Chelopechene that exploded one July 3rd, as announced by the Defense Ministry. The fire had caused explosions of munitions and shells remaining in the area of the field that
The confidence of Bulgarian consumers has gone down by 2,7 points in July compared to April, according to data published by the National Statistics Institute. The July poll registers an increase of the pessimism regarding assessment and expectations of c
1400 more babies were born in Bulgaria in 2007 than in 2006 according to a report included in National Strategy for Demographic Development, which was approved by the Bulgarian government on Thursday. Over 76 000 babies were born in Bulgaria in 2007, whi
??he most famous building in New York City, Empire State Building, will be illuminated in the colors of the Bulgarian flag on August 18.
All food establishments and coffee shops with temporary status were going to be removed from Sofia's parks, according to Sofia Mayor Boyko Borisov. Borisov spoke during the official ceremony Thursday dedicated to the inauguration of the newly asphalt-pav
The Human Rights Council at the United Nations (UN) had initiated verification in Bulgaria of a discrimination complaint filed by Roma from the Plovdiv quarter "Stolipinovo" and the Bourgas quarter "Meden Rudnik."
Twenty-nine people were injured as 25 heavy car crashes were reported overnight across Bulgaria, according to the data of the country's Interior Ministry. Luckily no lives were claimed, but doctors said two people are in critical condition.
A team of Bulgarian archeologists has discovered a unique, fully preserved four-wheeled Thracian chariot, which is more than 1900 years old.
An 85-millimeter shell that has not exploded during the July 3 blast at the military warehouse near Chelopechene had been safely detonated Wednesday as Darik radio reports. The announcement was made by Colonel Valentin Radev, Munitions Expert at the Bulg
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