Bulgarian individuals and companies, which are not banks, have a total of EUR 100 M in deposits in Cypriot banks, according to data of the Central European Bank.
The first Novotel Sofia, a high-class accommodation and office venue, part of the world's leading hotel operator Accor, was officially pronounced open on March 21, four months after it welcomed its first guests.
Bulgaria's Severozapaden (Northwestern) continued to be EU's poorest region, according to newly released Eurostat data for 2010.
The European Commission has requested from Bulgaria Thursday to respect EU rules on free movement of capital, under Article 63 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU.
The European Commissioner for Energy, Gunther Oettinger, has criticized the way Bulgaria is handling "energy poverty" in the country.
Bulgaria's caretaker Prime Minister, Marin Raykov, is going to ask the business to show solidarity in very difficult for the Bulgarian people times.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) has appointed Pavlina Panova Deputy Chair of the Supreme Court of Cassation (VKS).
It would not be appropriate for Bulgaria's National Statistical Institute (NSI) to count the ballots at the upcoming early elections on May 12, NSI head Reneta Indzhova stated on Thursday.
The National Statistical Institute (NSI) should count the ballots at the early elections on May 12 instead of state-owned IT company Information Services, according to Ivan Kostov, leader of the Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB) party.
Despite calls to eliminate fees for using the State-owned media for election campaigning, the caretaker government has approved new rates for the Bulgarian National Television, BNT, and the Bulgarian National Radio, BNR.
Bulgaria's caretaker Prime Minister, Marin Raykov, is holding talks Thursday with right-wing politicians Ivan Kostov and Martin Dimitrov, who were Chairs of the Blue Coalition in the now-dissolved Parliament.
The National Representation of the College Students Councils (NPSS) has selected Bulgarian football legend Hristo Stoichkov as the "face" of their just founded "Eagles' Bridge" Movement.
Code yellow for potentially dangerous weather has been declared Thursday for seven Bulgarian regions due to expected torrential rains.
Turkey's Council of Higher Education has lifted the "embargo" on Bulgarian college diplomas.
Bulgaria's Commission for Protection of Competition (KZK) has found no breach of competition rules in the relations between the two biggest cinema chains in the country, Cinema City Bulgaria and Kino Arena.
Master of Pharmacy Lidiya Neycheva has been appointed Deputy Health Minister.
Lab tests have revealed that one more Bulgarian "beef" product contains a portion of horsemeat, according to the country's Food Safety Agency.
Bulgaria's caretaker Health Minister, Prof Nikolay Petrov, has mobilized all health inspectorates in the country to search for and provide assistance to people who are in danger of committing suicide.
Sofia's Appellate Court has upheld the acquittal of former Bulgarian Defense Minister Nikolay Tsonev on abuse of office charges.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council has announced that it will initiate disciplinary proceedings against Sofia City Prosecutor Nikolay Kokinov over a breach of the system for random assignment of lawsuits.
Six people have set themselves on fire in Bulgaria in less than a month. Three have died.
Cyprus plans to launch a state investment fund to raise billions of euros required to qualify for a EUR 10 B international bailout.
Abdullah Ocalan, the jailed leader of Kurdish rebels fighting Turkey, has called for a truce after years of war.
Two helicopters have crashed in the air near Berlin's Olympic Stadium during a federal police exercise, leaving at least one person dead and several injured.
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