The rate of young Bulgarians between 18 and 24 years who leave school before finishing is 15,3% for 2008, compared to 21,4% for 2004, the National Statistical Institute reported.
Over 1 000 students from all over Bulgaria are taking part Tuesday in the "Manager for a Day" initiative.
The miraculous rock formations near the northwest Bulgarian town of Belogradchik moved down one place to third position in the global campaign to select the world's new Seven Wonders.
A week-long police enforcement campaign on drivers and passengers not using seat belts has resulted in the issue of more than 132 000 penalties across Europe, 2 265 of which were in Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian businessman Kiro Kirov, who was declared missing by the police on Saturday, is in fact abroad. The news was announced by Kirov's son, Ivan Kirov.
Twenty-two Bulgarian cities took part in the "Earth Hour", the campaign to raise awareness about global warming, Saturday night.
An automobile went astray, filliped over and crashed on the railroad tracks not far from the city of Turgovishte.
28 cities and towns from all over Bulgaria and 45 buildings in Sofia will join Earth Hour 2009 Saturday evening.
Bulgarian students are more often drunk and smoke a lot more than the majority of their European colleagues.
The entire documentation about abandoned babies at the Sofia "Sheinovo" maternity hospital for the 2003-2008 period is missing.
The TV reality show "Fear Factor" violates clauses of the Bulgarian Radio and Television Act.
According to data from the National Statistical Institute (NSI), 16 % of the Bulgarians who left the country in 2008 headed for Germany.
Two Bulgarian immigrants died Wednesday in Greece as hurricane force winds hit the Peloponnese Peninsula.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan