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Bulgaria Issues Postage Stamp on Chinese New Year

Bulgarian Posts had released the postage stamp "2018 -- Year of the Yellow Dog", its chief executive officer Deyan Daneshki said here Friday.

Business | 4 hours ago

Over 120 Snow-cleaning Machines Take Care of the Sofia Streets

In Sofia over 120 snow-cleaning machines cleaned with mixtures against icing, inform the municipality.

Politics » Domestic | 4 hours ago

North Korea Condemns U.S. Sanctions as Officials Gather For Olympic Ceremony

North Korea on Sunday accused the United States of trying to undermine an improvement in inter-Korean relations, while South Korean protesters tried to block senior North Korean officials on their way to the Pyeongchang Winter Games closing ceremony, Reut

World | 4 hours ago

Juncker Begins a Balkan Tour from Macedonia

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will begin his Balkan Tour on February 25 with a visit to Macedonia, and by March 1, he will have visited all six Western Balkan countries.

Politics | 5 hours ago

Estonia Celebrated its 100th Anniversary with a Large Military Parade

Estonia marked yesterday the 100th anniversary of its independence with a large military parade in Tallinn, the France press reported, quoted by the Bulgarian National Radio.

World | 5 hours ago

The UN Security Council Urged a 30-day Ceasefire in Syria

The UN Security Council adopted a resolution demanding that the countries in the Syrian conflict end the fighting for at least 30 days to provide humanitarian aid to the population.

World | 5 hours ago

The Weather Situation is Complicated: Snow Across the Country, Temperatures Fall

Precipitation will continue today and there will be snow over the whole country.

Society » Environment | 5 hours ago

Bulgaria Honors St Theodore with Horse Racing

Bulgarians mark on Saturday the holiday known as Todorovden (the day of Todor or Theodore), also called the Horse Easter.

Society | February 24, 2018, Saturday // 11:57

After New Incident on Cyprus, EU Calls on Turkey to Rein in Naval Aggression

Just a day after it said it won’t allow Cyprus to conduct a “unilateral” gas search off the Eastern Mediterranean island’s coast if Turkish Cypriots don’t also reap the benefits, Ankara ratcheted up tensions with Nicosia Friday when its warships threatene

World » Southeast Europe | February 24, 2018, Saturday // 11:51

The White House Attacking with a Car was Deliberate, but it was not Dangerous

The American, who crashed her car into the White House enclosures, has done so deliberately, she was also carrying a gun with her, Fox News reported, FOCUS News reported.

Society » Incidents | February 24, 2018, Saturday // 11:18

Dozens have Died in a Series of Attacks in Afghanistan

At least 29 people were killed in a total of four attacks in different locations in Afghanistan, local officials said.

Crime | February 24, 2018, Saturday // 11:14

The EU-Turkey Meeting in Varna is far from Certain

The Council of the EU will decide, at the last possible moment, whether the key meeting for the Bulgarian presidency with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Varna will take place.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 24, 2018, Saturday // 11:05

The Road Infrastructure Agency has Warned of Snow and Strong Winds from Sunday

Snowfall and strong winds are expected next week.

Society » Environment | February 23, 2018, Friday // 17:13

Dutch Company Takeaway.com Buys BGMenu for EUR 10.5 Million

A new major player enters the food delivery sector in Bulgaria.

Business | February 23, 2018, Friday // 17:06

The Company of Elon Musk Launched a Global High-speed Internet Project (Video)

The construction of broadband internet, accessible from anywhere on the planet, is now a step closer.

World | February 23, 2018, Friday // 16:35

Bulgaria, Lithuania and Romania are the Countries with the Lowest Minimum Wage in the EU

In January 2018, Bulgaria had the lowest minimum wage in the European Union, 261 euros, followed by Lithuania with 400 euros and Romania with 408 euros, according to Eurostat, published today.

Society | February 23, 2018, Friday // 16:25

Nearly 8.9 Million Foreign Tourists Came to Bulgaria in 2017

The popularity of Bulgaria as a destination is constantly increasing and every year it is visited by more and more foreign tourists.

Business » Tourism | February 23, 2018, Friday // 15:41

The Venezuelan Consulate in Miami may be Shut Down Because of Unpaid Rents

The financially troubled Venezuelan government may lose its consulate in Miami, which has not paid its rent since August, the Associated Press reported.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 23, 2018, Friday // 15:32

Reactions in the National Assembly on the Sale of CEZ's Assets in Bulgaria

After it became clear that CEZ's governing bodies have approved a contract for the sale of their assets to Inercom Group, the reactions in parliament have not been delayed.

Politics » Domestic | February 23, 2018, Friday // 14:58

There are no More Wild Horses on Earth

There are no real wild horse representatives on the planet, Reuters reported.

Society » Environment | February 23, 2018, Friday // 14:52

Bulgarian Used Fake Spotify Playlists to Make Money

One of the major complaints about Spotify is that their payout system makes it incredibly difficult for musicians to actually earn any profit.

Crime | February 23, 2018, Friday // 14:18
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