Bulgaria's largest international commercial exhibit of wines "Vinaria 2013" has bestowed six "Golden Rhyton" awards and 125 medals at a ceremony held Wednesday evening.
Bulgaria's caretaker Finance Minister, Kalin Hristov, has been left without deputies at one of the key posts in the interim Cabinet.
Bulgarians gathered in the northeastern town of Dobrich to protest against the potential use of the hydraulic fracturing technology in neighboring Romania.
The Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) has come up with a letter protesting the decision to impose restrictions on the output of renewable energy plants in a bid to maintain the balance of the energy system.
Power distributors CEZ and EVN will temporarily disconnect renewable energy power plants in western and southeastern Bulgaria to maintain the balance in the system.
The branch association of Bulgarian miners will discuss Thursday steps to alleviate the crisis plaguing the sector.
The European Commission has called on EU states to do more to tackle tax fraud after an unprecedented leak of documents revealed the closely guarded investment information of more than 100,000 people around the world.
European Commission President Jose Barroso has said that the complaint of Czech power utility CEZ against Bulgaria is still being evaluated.
Oktay Enimehmedov, the man who shocked Bulgaria by pointing a gas pistol at former ethnic Turkish party leader Ahmed Dogan, has written a letter in Sofia's jail.
The six-member PACE delegation, led by Andreas Gross (Switzerland, SOC), will arrive in Bulgaria on a two-day mission to assess the electoral framework and campaign prior to the early parliamentary elections to be held in the country on 12 May.
The draw that will determine the order in which parties and coalitions will appear in the integral ballot at the upcoming general elections in Bulgaria has been postponed for April 9, the country's electoral body has announced.
Two key members of Bulgaria’s ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) party will not run for Parliament in the upcoming elections, local media have learned.
The failure to form a Cabinet in Bulgaria after the May 12 snap general elections would be a bad scenario for the country, President, Rosen Plevneliev, says.
Bulgarian conservative party Law, Order and Justice (RZS) has named the main formations it would be fighting against ahead of the snap elections in May.
The son and partner of a local media mogul, who have been criticized for concentrating Bulgaria's media market in their hands and fawning to those in power, is planning another term in parliament.
If the general elections were to be held now, the center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, would get 24.4% of the vote, unchanged since January, according to a recent poll.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has proposed three days of nationwide prayer in a move intended to curb the recent surge in suicides in the country.
Bulgarian international goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov has revealed that a number of clubs are currently interested in signing him.
A Turkish police investigation into women's trafficking ring involving Bulgaria has led to the detention of six suspects in Istanbul, officials announced.
The Court in Italy will announce the verdict of alleged Bulgarian drug lord Evelin Banev AKA Brendo, in June.
An unprecedented leak of documents is revealing the closely guarded investment information of more than 100,000 people around the world, who sought utmost secrecy in offshore tax havens.
Social networking site Facebook is expected to unveil a push into the smartphone market on Thursday from its headquarters in California.
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