Bulgaria marks Father's Day on Friday, December 26. The holiday is celebrated on different dates throughout the world, but Bulgaria has chosen a date that coincides with the day of Orthodox Saint Joseph.
The sixth edition of the charity campaign "The Bulgarian Christmas. Give hope to a child in need," has collected more than BGN 2.
Bulgaria's Patriarch Maxim ushered in Christmas celebrations in the country with a festive service in Sofia's St. Alexander Nevski cathedral.
Bulgaria's chief prosecutor in the period 1992-1998, Ivan Tatarchev, passed away Wednesday at the age of 78. Tatarchev's family were founders of the Macedonian revolutionary organisation in Thessaloniki in 1893 and during his life he suffered repressions
As Bulgarians prepare to meet Christmas, old traditions revive on the eve before the holy day. Throughout the country traditions vary, but some things are certain.
Heavy snowfall Tuesday evening caused traffic problems in Sofia, as the snow cover reached 5 centimeters within minutes. Big traffic jams and power cuts marked the last working day in the capital before the Christmas holidays as the blizzard raced throug
Two people died as 33 heavy car crashes were reported overnight across Bulgaria, according to the data of the country's Interior Ministry. Other 47 people were injured in the hits as two of them are in critical condition.
Greek authorities have reported that protesting farmers who blocked Monday the E79 international road near the Promahon border check point with Bulgaria have lifted the blockade. Currently, the situation at the Bulgarian-Greek border is normal and vehicl
In Bulgaria and across Eastern Europe, unrevised laws dating back to the times of the Communist regime deprive mentally ill adults of rights, human rights groups say, cited by the International Herald Tribune. In an article on Monday the newspaper points
Bulgaria's Prime minister Sergey Stanishev, Sofia Mayor Boyko Borissov and Road Infrastructure Agency Director Yanko Yankov opened Tuesday the most expensive highway section in the country. More than four kilometers, part of the Southern catenary of Sofi
Thousands of visitors opened officially season 2009 in Bulgaria's Borovets mountain resort on Sunday. Skiers and snowboarders enjoyed the new four-chair lift Markudzhik 2 as well as the new 1km-long ski-tug with a total capacity of 2400 skiers per hour.
Greek authorities have reported that protesting farmers blocked Monday the E79 international road near the Promahon border check point with Bulgaria. Currently no vehicles are passing the border through the checkpoint, as protesters said only trucks tran
Seven passengers died as 31 heavy car crashes were reported overnight across Bulgaria, mainly due to the wet and slippery roads and speeding, data of the country's Interior Ministry showed. Other 41 people were injured in the hits as four of them are in
Rescue teams found Monday morning the dead body of the last victim of the tragic car accident that killed four Bulgarian teenagers close to the southern town of Rudozem, which occurred two days ago. The body of Seliha Ahmedova, 16, was discovered near a
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov took part Sunday night in the celebration of Hanukkah by the Jewish community in Sofia.
Bulgaria marked Saturday 65 years since the heroic fighter pilot Dimitar Spisarevski who perished while defending Sofia from the Anglo-American bombardments in World War II.
Bulgaria's largest real-time English-language news provider Novinite.com published Sunday, December 21, 2008, its 100 000th news article!
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