Bulgaria's second-largest city Plovdiv is gradually recovering after two people died in the region overnight in flash floods caused by torrential rains.
Russian President Vladimir Putin assured on Monday that Bulgaria's NATO membership would not mean an end to its relationship with Russia.
“In December, Russian President Vladimir Putin sharply attacked EU and NATO member Bulgaria for supporting Western sanctions against Russia but now, his tone has noticeably softened,” Deutsche Welle said on Friday.
Bulgaria’s Defence Ministry said on Friday it is considering sending army troops to the country’s borders to help police prevent a potential surge in migrant influx, the Defence Ministry said on Friday.
Two Bulgarian women – UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova and European Commission Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva, are among the possible nominees for succeeding Ban Ki-moon as the next UN Secretary-General.
The Epic of the Thracian Kings exhibition which was hosted by the Louvre in France is considered to be one of the best exhibitions for this year, a French magazine has said.
The quality of life in the Bulgarian capital steadily deteriorated, recording a drop for the fifth consecutive year.
After Novinite published an official statement by China on the developments in the South China Sea last week, we were contacted by the Taipei Representative Office in Greece, representing the Republic of China (Taiwan), which offered its position, also kn
Army helicopters will provide assistance in monitoring Bulgaria's borders to counter a potential surge in the number of migrants trying to enter the country, Deputy Interior Minister Filip Gunev has said.
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