German-owned retailer Lidl has opened its 12th store in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
The construction of European overland section of the Russian-sponsored gas transit pipeline South Stream will start in Bulgaria in June 2013, according to a Gazprom statement.
Turkey has no definite plans to construct a nuclear power plant or a thermal power plant on the Bulgarian border, Bulgarian Economy Minister Delyan Dobrev told Parliament Friday.
The Bulgarian Navy was using Friday its newly acquired Eurocopter Panther helicopters to deliver food supplies and blood to Dobrich and Silistra, two district capitals in Northeastern Bulgaria blockaded by heavy snowfall.
The visa requirement is a restraining factor in Russia-EU relations, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday.
The European Commission follows closely Bulgaria's judiciary and home affairs, with a new Cooperation and Verification Mechanism report possible at any time, an EC spokesperson has stated.
The European Commission has approved a request from the Spanish authorities made on 13 December 2012 to extend the temporary restriction on access for Romanian workers to the Spanish labour market until 31 December 2013.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Brussels to attend on Friday a Russia-EU summit, which is said to have few prospects for any breakthrough agreements on common issues.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has signed a decree officially appointing controversially elected chief prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov.
The oppositional Bulgaria for Citizens party of former EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva has strongly criticized Thursday's controversial election of a new chief prosecutor by the country's Supreme Judicial Council.
Bulgaria's largest human rights group has quit the civic council with the country's top juridical body in the wake of the controversial election of new chief prosecutor.
Bulgaria's interior minister has vehemently defended the highly controversial election of a new chief prosecutor, who is believed to be his ally.
Bulgaria marks Friday the eleventh year since the tragic stampede at the "Indigo" disco club in Sofia that killed seven teenagers.
Vacation is starting early for 487 schools in Bulgaria, as they were all forced to close Friday due to the severe winter weather.
Inclement winter weather has caused emergency situations in 12 municipalities in Eastern Bulgaria.
Relatives, friends, colleagues, politicians and ministers bowed heads in memory of Georgi Kaloyanchev, the prominent and beloved Bulgarian actor, at a funeral service on December 21.
Bulgaria’s first and only professional heavyweight boxer Kubrat Pulev has been voted its top sports personality of 2012 in the traditional annual poll.
Business Park Sofia has become the latest target in the recent series of numerous bomb threats in the Bulgarian capital.
Bulgarian police have arrest three men described by Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov as "amateurs" plotting the kidnapping of a businessman's son.
Psy's "Gangnam Style" video was approaching the one-billion-view mark on YouTube Friday, as a result of the enduring global craze for the South Korean rapper.
Authorities in Arizona, with the help of the police in Canada's Toronto, have arrested a 16-year-old high school girl who they say was plotting to shoot her classmates and then kill herself.
Online dating and sex searching tools have enjoyed increased popularity, at least in the USA, as many believe that believe the world will come to an abrupt end on Friday, Dec.
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