A large-scale wildfire raging since Saturday in Harmanli Municipality, in southern Bulgaria, has been contained but not extinguished, public radio broadcaster BNR has reported.
A Code Yellow weather alert has been issued over expected thunderstorms and hail for eight regions of Western Bulgaria for Monday, public radio broadcaster bTV has reported.
The last floor of the historic tobacco warehouse Dimitar Kudoglu in Plovdiv is set on fire.
The Bulgarian informatics team scored two medals in the Informatics Olympiad held in Kazan, as announced by the Ministry of Education and Sciences.
World famous Israeli musician singer and songwriter Idan Raichel will give the opening concert in the Festival of Tolerance (Tole-Fest) in Sofia 2016 next month.
A leak from a propane storage tank has triggered an evacuation of about 200 residents of Nikolaevo, a town in Stara Zagora Region, early on Wednesday.
The Bulgarian National Audit Office (BNAO) expressed its concern at the possibility for the country to lose more EU funds in the Oprational Programme Environment 2014-2020.
Sudanese musician Prof. Alfateh Hussain and his troupe will perform their Toum-Toum Show in the Central Army Club in Sofia on 19 August 2016, Sofia-based daily 24 Chasa has announced.
An additional number of border police officers will be sent to the border between Bulgaria and Turkey amid reports of an increased migratory pressure, officials say.
The United Nations High Commissioners for Human Rights has voiced serious councern over the situation of migrants irregularly crossing into Bulgaria.
Legendary bands such as The Prodigy, The Exploited, Clawfinger, and House of Pain are in the list of musicians expected on stage at the Lazur Stadium in Burgas, at the Black Sea, on Saturday.
A cold front will result in cloudy weather and temperatures lower than expected, weather authorities say.
Forty-seven percent of Bulgarian citizens oppose a hypothetical re-introduction of the death penalty in the country, while 33% support it, according to a new survey conducted by Gallup International.
A Turkish citizen sought by Bulgaria to stand trial over the death of two motorbikers is most likely in Germany, a senior Bulgarian official has said.
Hundreds of motorbikers have taken to the streets of numerous Bulgarian cities to protest over the developments in the death of a couple in an road incident with a Turkish national.
Bulgaria's weather service has issued a Red Index warning in sixteen out of twenty-eight regions of the country for Thursday, August 11.
A wave of cooler air will reach northwestern Bulgaria on Thursday afternoon, bringing thunderstorms and torrential rain, bTV has reported.
The Bulgarian government has agreed the procedures for the signing, enforcement and suspension of an Integration Agreement between authorities and foreign nationals who were granted asylum or international protection.
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