Orthodox Christians are celebrating Palm Sunday this Sunday, marking a week before the celebration of Orthodox Easter.
Fire has broken out at a petrol station on Bulgaria’s Trakia Motorway near the city of Plovdiv after a truck hit one of the pumps, the Ministry of the Interior said on Friday.
Fingerprint identification in Bulgarian hospitals will be introduced by September 25 at the latest.
The vast share of asylum seekers granted protection last year in Bulgaria were Syrians, a Eurostat report shows.
Three-quarters of people who graduated the Medical University of Sofia in 2015 seek to leave the country, a survey cited by private bTV station shows.
An exhibition of 25 art glass objects from the Czech Republic is to open its doors to the public in Sofia on April 21, Thursday.
Thousands are expected to attend a protest for the decriminalization of the use of marijuana this Sunday.
At its regular meeting on Wednesday, the Bulgarian government approved additional expenses under the budget of the culture ministry amounting to BGN 300 000.
The restored ancient Roman complex Serdica will be unveiled in the centre of the Bulgarian capital on Wednesday.
Bulgarian photographer Stoyan Nenov is part of of the Thomson Reuters staff that won a Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Photography on Monday.
National qualifications of the world's major Chinese proficiency competition for foreign university students were held in Bulgaria on Sunday, Xinhua news agency has said.
An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale has been registered near the town of Nova Zagora in Eastern Bulgaria, seismological authorities say.
The headquarters of Bulgaria's Parliament are open to visits on Saturday morning and afternoon as part of the celebrations of the so-called Constitution Day.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has appointed Prof.
The population of Bulgaria is further on the ebb and ageing, an official from the country's statistics agency has said.
Strong winds are expected throughout Northern Bulgaria, with authorities having issued a Code Yellow warning for 14 regions.
Two women have been injured when a crane crashed onto a petrol station in Sofia, the Ministry of the Interior said on Thursday.
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