Bulgaria's Executive Agency on Vine and Wine reported a 7.4% growth in wine export for the first nine months of 2012.
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A large French construction company has shown interest in the Gorna Oryahovitsa Airport in Central Northern Bulgaria.
Angel Semerdzhiev, Chair of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR), has argued that the introduction of the grid access fee for renewable energy producers helps to distribute the burden of the power price hike in a just manner.
Bulgaria observed the largest annual increase of its industrial producer price index among all EU member states in September 2012 (+6.
A technical flop has been blamed for the unrealistically high tourism spending figures of Bulgarians last year, which the country provided to the EU statistical office.
Bulgaria and Romania have planned to present their joint tourist services at an upcoming tourism fair in China's Shanghai.
The issue with lifting the US visa regime for Bulgarians does not depend on the outcome of the November 6 presidential election, according to the US Ambassador to the Republic of Bulgaria, Marcie Ries.
The majority of European politicians and voters would have picked President Barack Obama, if they could vote at the US polls, according to European Parliament President Martin Schulz.
Western Balkan countries plan to step up efforts to prevent unfounded applications for asylum and abuse of visa-free access to the European Union.
The Prosecutor's Office in Bulgarian capital Sofia has confirmed that there is an investigation launched against juge Veneta Markovska, last week elected by Parliament to become constitutional judge.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) is to appoint Tuesday an interim Chief Prosecutor after last week's resignation of Boris Velchev.
The residents of the tiny Bulgarian village of Barakovo are rooting for the reelection of their village's namesake, Barack Obama, on the US election day.
Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has been declared an honorary member of Italy's Association of the Carabinieri Armed Forces.
Bulgaria's high clergy will elect the country's new Orthodox Patriarch within the next four months, it has been made clear after 98-year-old Patriarch Maxim passed away on Tuesday.
The Russian Orthodox Church has expressed its condolences over the death of Bulgaria's Orthodox Patriarch Maxim who passed away Tuesday at the age of 98.
The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church will hold an emergency meeting following news of the death of Patriarch Maxim.
Former world No 1 Caroline Wozniacki is back into the women's top 10 despite a painful and crushing defeat at the Tournament of Champions final in Sofia, the sport's governing body ranking shows.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has rejected earlier plans to build a new national stadium, saying that it is not the right time.
Russia' s Nadia Petrova said it was her perfect play that helped her grab the trophy of the Tournament of Champions in Sofia on Sunday after unexpectedly beating top seed Caroline Wozniacki.
The Strasbourg Court of Human Rights has found Bulgaria guilty of failing to protect the right to life of a convict who was killed in a bombastic police operation led by then police chief secretary and current PM Boyko Borisov.
Malaysian PM Najib Razak has assured Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev that death sentences have not been carried out recently.
A voting machine in Millertown, Pennsylvania, has been "caught" cheating in favor of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romneyl.
Citizens in storm-ravaged New York and New Jersey wandered from poll to poll after officials moved more than 240 balloting sites and fretted over the integrity of a vote being conducted partly over the Internet.
Residents and visitors of New York City will see the results of the heated US presidential race displayed on the Empire State Building Tuesday into Wednesday as the towering construction will be illuminated with LED lights.
Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan made a planned stop in Cleveland, Ohio, on Election Day while US Democratic Vice President Joe Biden made an unannounced stop.
The Spanish Constitutional Court has defended same-sex marriage in rejecting a challenge filed by the conservative Popular Party against the law authorizing such unions, which was enacted by a Socialist administration.
Mitt Romney, 65, is the Republican party's nomination for 45th President of the US.
Democrat Barack Obama, 51, is the incumbent 44th president of the US.
The fierce presidential battle between incumbent President, Democrat Barack Obama, and challenger, Republican Mitt Romney, is concluding in the wee hours Bulgarian time Wednesday, even though the final results will be known later.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, cast their votes as polling stations across Massachusetts opened this morning.
Dixville Notch and Hart's Location, two tiny villages in northern New Hampshire, kicked off the 2012 US presidential election by casting the first votes early Tuesday.
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