The supermarket chain Billa opened on Thursday its 25th store in Bulgaria's capital Sofia, the company announced.
A new 7.8km stretch of the eastern part of Bulgaria's Hemus highway was inaugurated on Thursday.
Bulgaria needs to send more trade representatives to developing economies like India and China, according to Bulgarian Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev.
Bulgaria’s parliament has approved at first reading a controversial revision of the country’s budget for 2013, citing underperformance.
The budget update will not solve the problem with the payment of debts of municipalities to the business sector, according to a statement of the National Association of Municipalities in the Republic of Bulgaria (NAMRB).
Bulgarian lawmakers are returning to work Thursday to vote on the draft budget 2013 update on first reading.
Lawmakers from Bulgaria's previously-ruling and now in opposition center-right party GERB are in the Parliament to stay as "Brussels did not approve of their absence.
Thousands of Bulgarians have once again taken to the streets of the capital Sofia to stage an anti-corruption protest against the Socialist-led government.
Bulgarian lawmakers decided to hold several committee sittings on Thursday in the Parliament’s office house instead of its main building.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has returned to Parliament provisions of the Law on Amending and Supplementing the Special Surveillance Devices Act, according to the press office of the head of state.
Dina Stanisheva, the mother of Bulgarian Socialist Party leader and PES president Sergey Stanishev, has stated that her son would be better off quitting politics.
Former Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has demanded the immediate resignation of the country’s embattled cabinet and new snap polls.
The Bulgarian government is ready to seek public consensus and dialogue on the implementation of the urgent stabilization measures stipulated in its program, according to a media statement of Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria will enter into the Guiness Book of World Records if the looming prospect of five new governments within a year turns into reality, an expert has said.
Scores of anti-government protesters hissed and booed Bulgarian lawmakers as they returned to work Thursday morning.
The six-year-old girl, who was injured in the horrific crash on Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd in Sofia in the evening of July 10 and died thirteen days later, will be buried on Friday.
Human Rights Watch has called upon the Bulgarian government to open an investigation into police action during the violent clashes on outside the Bulgarian parliament on Tuesday that left 17 people injured.
The medical expert report in the death of Varna metropolitan Kiril has conclusively established the cause as drowning.
A Bulgarian policewoman is convinced that her and her colleagues were subject to provocations Tuesday evening when clashes with anti-government protesters erupted in the capital Sofia.
The rescue teams, searching for the 10th day in a row for two trapped miners in southwestern Bulgaria, have dug four meters of the detour gallery in the last 24 hours.
Bulgarians are staging once again Thursday a rally in support of Gergana Chervenkova and for protecting human and civil rights of all fellow country people.
A deal for Bulgarian heavyweight boxer Kubrat Pulev to fight American Tony Thompson is in place and only a sanctioning letter from IBF is needed to formally announce the contest, according to Pulev’s promoter.
Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad defeated Slovakia’s Slovan Bratislava 3:0 at home, setting up for a UEFA Champions League third qualifying round meeting with FK Partizan.
Bulgaria's Interior Ministry has distributed photos and information about wanted persons in connection with last year's terror attack in the Black Sea city of Burgas.
The Bulgarian Prosecutor's Office has made a decision to launch a probe in alleged police brutality during the Tuesday evening anti-government rally in the capital Sofia.
Bulgarian president Rosen Plevneliev's support for the protests against the government will hardly bring about the best solution to the country’s political paralysis, writes Austria’s daily Der Standard.
The President appealed for calm after more than 100 MPs, ministers and staff were forced to spend the night in parliament as demonstrators blocked the exits and held off police by throwing stones.
On the 40th day of anti-government rallies in Sofia, the Parliament sent yet another signal of intransigence to the thousands of people occupying Independence Square.
One of the drivers of the train that crashed in Spain, killing at least 80 people, was put under formal investigation Thursday after security video showed it derailed after speeding around a tight curve.
A train derailment in north-western Spain has killed at least 77 people and injured more than 100 late Wednesday evening.
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