The extension of Sofia's red line will reach the airport in April 2015, said Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova who inspected the construction process.
Stefan Stefanov's photo of a crying girl holding a policeman from last year's anti-government protests in Bulgaria was selected for the Hollywood production.
According to latest estimates, EU greenhouse gas emissions in 2013 fell by 1.
The funding for winter maintenance of Bulgaria's roads has been siphoned off for projects of the “Oresharski” government, said caretaker Regional Development Minister Ektaterina Zaharieva, quoted by the Sega daily.
Nearly 13 000 households are still without electricity in Bulgaria's north-east and another 10 000 experience disruptions in its north-central regions after the first snow for 2014 fell on Saturday.
Bulgaria has been elected a member of the Council of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) for the seventh time in a row.
The Mayor of Burgas signed an ordinance Monday to lift the state of emergency in the city after a weekend of heavy rain.
A state of emergency has been declared in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Burgas due to the potentially dangerous weather, Saturday.
The first snow has fallen in the western and northern parts of Bulgaria overnight.
The construction of the third metro line in Bulgaria's Sofia may be delayed over appeals lodged against a decision of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Sofia chief architect Petar Dikov said.
A total of 15 126 people were not allowed to cross the Bulgarian-Turkish border since the beginning of 2014, Interior Ministry Chief Secretary Svetlozar Lazarov told journalists at a joint press conference with caretaker Interior Minister Yordan Bakalov.
The water level of the river Osam in the north-central Bulgarian city of Lovech has increased by 1 meter in the last day after the pouring rains that hit the region.
A special police operation against persons residing in Bulgaria without authorisation is underway on the territory of the country.
Antoaneta Vasileva, wife of Tsvetan Vasilev – majority owner of troubled Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB) was questioned in the Sofia Investigation Service in connection to a money laundering investigation, reports Dnevnik.
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