Bulgaria's capital Sofia was awarded on Tuesday for the third time the title the “Best City to Live In” for 2014.
Six pelicans have been found dead at the Srebarna nature reserve in northeastern Bulgaria on Monday, BTA news agency reported.
The Bulgarian National Television (BNT) has began preparations for hosting the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015.
The identity of the five-year old boy found murdered and left in suitcase near Bulgaria's Pasarel has been revealed.
Bulgaria is cutting the monthly payment of BGN 65 to refugees.
Hundreds of mothers will be attending a mass breastfeeding in a mall in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
As he was desperately trying to enter the cockpit of the crashed Germanwings plane, captain Patrick Sondenheimer shouted,'' Open the damn door!''
An earthquake measuring 4.5 on the Richter scale has been registered in Romania’s Vrancea region early on Sunday, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) reported.
Bulgarians and people around the world are preparing to observe the global initiative Earth Hour by switching off their lights for one hour on Saturday.
Clocks in Bulgaria will go one hour forward on Sunday, as Bulgaria is switching to daylight saving time.
Bulgaria’s northwestern municipality of Vidin has terminated the waste collection and disposal services contract with Titan AS, according to Dobromir Dilov, interim Mayor.
The vessel with 14 Ukrainian sailors on board, currently anchored at the Varna port, ASIAN DREAM has issued state of emergency.
The Scottish band Red Hot Chilli Pipers that is expected to arrive for a first-time performance in Bulgaria at the opening of the 20th annual Salon of Arts at the Sofia National Palace of Culture sent a video greeting to their fans.
According to the latest available information, 19 people were injured during the explosion in an apartment building in Manhattan, New York on Thursday evening.
The district governor of Bulgaria's Pazardzhik declared a partial state of emergency on Thursday due to burst dikes.
Bird flu was identified as the cause of death of the 21 pelicans, which were found dead in Bulgaria's Srebarna nature reserve on Tuesday.
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