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4 People Dead, 15 Injured in Road Accidents During the Past Day

 Four people have died in road accidents in Bulgaria during the past 24 hours, the press centre of the Ministry of Interior announced.

Society | 4 minutes ago

Code Yellow Warning Issued Over Heavy Rain in 18 Bulgarian Districts

Code yellow warning was issued over heavy rainfall in 18 districts in Bulgaria, according to the website of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH).

Society » Environment | 8 minutes ago

Premiers of Bulgaria and Turkey Discuss Situation in Balkans

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim discussed over the phone the situation in the Balkans, reported the Bulgarian National Radio.

Politics » Diplomacy | 1 hour ago

PM Boyko Borisov: ‘Land Forces Most Important For Army’

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has disagreed with criticism from President Rumen Radev over that he is likely to revise his view on the rearmament of the Airforce, BNR announced.

Politics » Defense | 1 hour ago

At Least 14 Schoolchildren Injured as Bus Overturns in Northern Greece

At least 14 schoolchildren have been injured in a bus crash in northern Greece, early Friday, Ekathimerini writes.

World » Southeast Europe | 1 hour ago

Dimitar Margaritov, CPC: Dropping of Roaming Should not Affect Tariffs of Mobile Operators

''The abolition of roaming fees should not in any way affect mobile phone tariffs for customers, as there has been enough time for the operators to recalculate all potential losses as a result of this change.

Business | 3 hours ago

President Radev on Vatican Visit

Following his participation in the NATO summit in Brussels, Bulgarian President Ruen Radev has arrived in Rome leading a delegation which will visit the Vatican in connection with the Day of the Bulgarian Education and Culture and of the Slavonic Alphabet

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | 3 hours ago

Manchester attack: Police Fear Salman Abedi Could have Made a Second Bomb

Police fear the Manchester suicide bomber may have made a second bomb, after raids on his home uncovered a stash of chemical explosives, it has been reported, The Independent writes.

World | 4 hours ago

Minister Nikolay Nankov: E-Vignette System Will be Flexible

''Electronic vignettes will replace current paper stickers for light vehicles.

Politics » Domestic | 4 hours ago

Armed Police Patrol British Trains for First Time Due to Manchester Attack

Armed police will patrol trains across Britain from Thursday for the first time, British Transport Police said, after the terror threat level was raised to critical following a suicide bombing in Manchester on Monday, Reuters reported.

World | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 17:40

President Rumen Radev: 'Terrorism is Spreading in Europe and NATO Must Counteract'

Immediately before NATO’s summit in Brussels, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev commented that terrorism was spreading in Europe and that NATO must counteract, quoted by BNR.

Politics » Domestic | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 17:19

No Immediate Refugee Wave Threat to Bulgaria

The Military Information Sevice at the Ministry of Defense has informed the Defense Parliamentary Committee on the current military and political situation in Southeast Europe and the implications for national security, according to BNR.

Politics » Defense | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 16:29

3 People Dead, 23 Injured in Road Accidents During Past Day

Three people died in road accidents during the past 24 hours in Bulgaria, the press centre of the Ministry of Interior announced.

Society | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 16:27

100 Bulgarian Books Were Introduced to the Library of Congress in Washington D.C

One hundred Bulgarian books were introduced to the Library of Congress in Washington D.

Society » Culture | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 16:22

International Conference on Bulgarian Church’s Contribution to Saving Bulgarian Jews to Take Place in Sofia

An international conference about the contribution of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church to the rescue of Bulgarian Jews is taking place in Sofia, Focus News Agency reported.

Politics » Domestic | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 15:40

Total Turnover Index in Transportation and Storage Sector up 2.4% in Q1 2017

During the first quarter of 2017, the total turnover index in the Transportation and Storage sector in Bulgaria went up by 2.

Business » Finance | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 15:09

Trump Meets EU Chiefs in Brussels

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World » EU | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 15:07

Bulgarian Christians Celebrate Ascension of Christ

Today Christians honor the Feast of the Ascension known as Spasovden in Bulgarian folklore beliefs, according to BNR.

Society | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 14:56

International Poetry Festival Begins Today in Plovdiv

The international poetry festival opens up under the slogan “Spiritualty without limits”, announces the Bulgarian National Radio.

Society » Culture | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 14:33

Sofia Disagrees with Putin Claim that Slavonic Alphabet Arrived in Russia From Macedonian Land

Bulgarian politicians have reacted sharply to claim of Russian President Vladimir Putin that the Slavonic alphabet had arrived in Russia from Macedonian land.

Society | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 14:16

Bulgarian Helsinki Committee Launches a Campaign for Abolishment

The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC), the leading organization for protecting human rights, is about to be shut down, reports Mediapool.

Politics » Domestic | May 25, 2017, Thursday // 13:47
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