Dr Rashid Ahmad Bin Fahd, UAE's Minister of Environment and Water, has issued a number of ministerial decisions to organize the import of animals and birds in the country.
Enraged protesters threw snowballs at Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev in Sofia on Sunday, according to local reporters.
A dozen Bulgarian cities are to stage on Sunday a new round of protests against dramatically higher electricity and heating bills this winter.
Bulgaria is about to hand over to Lebanese authorities a detailed report on investigations carried out over Burgas attack, the Bulgarian Embassy charge d'affaires announced.
Bulgaria's foreign ministry has denied media reports that Iran is slated to recall its ambassador to the country after it placed responsibility for Burgas attack on Hezbollah.
Israeli news outlets widely report the news that Iran is expected to recall its ambassador to leave Sofia, citing Bulgarian media.
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov will brief his EU colleagues on the results of the probe into last year's terror attack in the Black Sea city of Burgas.
Bulgaria's state-owned national television has put an end to its quest to find an entry for the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, taking an unexpected decision.
Great Britain secured a Fed Cup World Group II play-off in April after winning their Euro/Africa Group I play-off against Bulgaria in Eilat, Israel, BBC reported.
Bulgaria's investigatory report placed the blame squarely on Hezbollah for the murders of five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver last July.
Bulgaria's sex-soaked pop-folk music culture known as chalga has come under the spotlight following the controversial decision to award EU development money to a top producer. Ina Sotirova, in Sofia, finds out why it has caused such a storm.
One policeman was killed and 59 others were injured during several days of clashes, which broke out in the North African country after the assassination of opposition leader Shokri Belaid, the country's Interior Ministry has said.
The Romanian government is investigating if horsemeat discovered in beef products in Britain and France came from an abattoir in the country.
German Education Minister Annette Schavan has resigned after a university stripped her of her doctorate for plagiarism.
US General Joseph Dunford assumed command of NATO's International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan on Sunday, taking over from General John Allen.
France's Louvre to Exhibit Treasures of Thracian King Seuthes III
Bulgaria Drops to 106th in World Press Freedom Index