One of the two 1000 MW reactors of the only Bulgarian nuclear power plant "Kozloduy" has been switched off for repairs, the NPP announced.
Approximately EUR 56.7 B was invested in European office property last year, down by some 7% on the previous year, according to data of realtor Colliers International.
Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, has firmly rejected the opinion of Bulgarian Ambassador to the EU, Dimitar Tsanchev, who says Macedonia is an artificially created nation after 1941.
The coalition between the former king's party, widely considered a marginal liberal party, and the ethnic Turkish 'dissidents' may spring the biggest surprise in the upcoming elections, pollsters say.
Bulgarian Socialist leader, Sergey Stanishev, says the only difference between former Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, and his Deputy, former Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, is the number of years they will spend in prison.
Bulgarians in five cities are holding vigils Friday in honor of the young man who fatally set himself on fire in Varna in February to protest against the links between the city council and the mafia.
Corruption, organized crime, the shadow economy, discrimination, lack of transparency and growing concentration of media ownership are listed as the top problems of Bulgaria in the annual Freedom House report.
Bulgarian Christians mark Good Friday, the day that commemorates the death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion.
Six Bulgarians have been arrested in northern Greece on charges of human trafficking.
Three out of the four senior policemen who were charged in the scandal with unauthorized spying in Bulgaria have told the investigators they acted on the verbal orders of former Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
The UK's Labor party celebrates victory in the parliamentary by-election in South Shields, but the big news is that there the Independence Party, UKIP, of MEP Nigel Farage has finished second.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, has told investigators that together with his late brother they initially planned to attack the city's 4th of July Independence Day celebrations.
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