Bulgarians begin earning money for themselves Wednesday after working for the State since January 1 until the end of April.
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Ognian Zlatev took office as the new Head of the European Commission's Representation in Sofia on May 1 2013, the EC announced.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has stated that there will not be a massive influx of Bulgarian and Romanian nationals once labor restrictions for the two Balkan countries are lifted at the end of 2013.
Bulgaria's former prime minister has vowed his fervent support for the interior minister in his cabinet a day after prosecutors alleged he was behind illegal wiretapping.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party gathered some 30 000 supporters on a Labor Day rally in the capital Sofia on Wednesday, May 1.
Bulgaria’s former Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has declared that he is ready to give up his immunity, but only after the upcoming general elections on May 12.
Bulgaria’s former European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva has called upon controversial former Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov to give up his immunity, so that he could stand trial.
A man set himself on fire in front of a retail store the Bulgarian mountain town of Smolyan early on Wednesday.
Bulgaria's National History Museum director has reacted strongly to the famous, but controversial "Bodies Revealed" exhibition of actual human bodies in Sofia, calling on prosecutors to intervene.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is said to be eyeing up Bulgaria’s international goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov.
Johnny Goldsmith says Bulgaria offers an affordable European getaway
Three college friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are under arrest, suspected of removing items from his dorm room after the April 15 attack, NBC News reported, citing sources.
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