The trips of Bulgarian residents abroad rose by 1.6% on the year in March, reaching 318,300, the country’s statiscics office NSI announced on Monday.
Poland denied entry of ten Russian Night Wolves bikers, who are traveling from Moscow to Berlin to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany.
The 26-year-old Aleksandar Dimitrov, who was declared missing after the disastrous earthquake, which hit Nepal on Saturday, established contact with his mother on Monday and explained that he is alive and healthy.
In 2014 a total of 118 workplace deaths were registered and 2807 people were injured in occupational accidents in Bulgaria, according to data provided by the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB).
Bulgarian police detained early on Sunday a group of ten Syrian illegal migrants, as they were traveling through the territory of the district of Stara Zagora.
After the initial refusal of the Bulgarian Environmental Ministry to define the territory of the Yug camping as ''sand dunes'', Minister Ivelina Vasileva stated Monday that in fact that was the case.
Ruling party GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria) has proposed the introduction of an absolute limitation period of ten years for debts of natural persons.
Bulgarian tennis player Sesil Karatancheva progressed two positions in the latest WTA ranking, recording 107th place and moving closer to the top 100.
The Consultative Council for National Security has recommended to Bulgaria's government to introduce a program that will help the country's armed forces meet NATO requirements, President Rosen Plevneliev has said.
The Sofia City Court has impounded property worth BGN 1 555 883 owned by former Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hristo Biserov and his stepson, Ivaylo Glavinkov.
About a hundred people have gathered in front of the Presidency in Bulgaria's capital Sofia to voice support for Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev.
Kazakhstan reelected on Sunday President Nursultan Nazarbayev for fifth consecutive five-year term, with early results showing that the incumbent won with 97.7 % of the votes.
Viktor Alexandrov has been sentenced to one year of imprisonment for the attempted arson of the Dzhumaya Mosque in Plovdiv on January 5.
Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski announced that Bulgaria expected to attract investors from the US and China in 2015 and not only from Western Europe.
The UN Children's Fund has opened a first of its kind Children and Youth Zone in Bulgaria's Sliven.
A closed-door meeting was held between Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Iran's Ambassador Abdollah Norouzi in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, an Iranian news outlet has claimed.
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