ARCHIVE - 13 January 2013
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Bulgaria's Ministry of Finance has developed legislation amendments allowing officers of Bulgaria's National Revenue Agency to obtain police powers.
Bulgarian whistle-blowing site Balkanleaks has published the classified documents about the now-notorious project to build a second Nuclear Power Plant in the Danube town of Belene.
UK PM David Cameron's stance towards the EU risks seeing Britain exit the Union, something that is squarely against British national interests, argued Labour Party leader Ed Miliband.
The upcoming January 27 referendum on nuclear energy in Bulgaria will be conducted under heavy discrepancies in the voters' lists that will be abused, according to the new Bulgaria for Citizens party.
Bulgarian construction businessman Todor Boyadzhiev, recently implicated in the destruction of protected sand dunes, is among the donors of Bulgaria's Ministry of Interior.
Bulgaria's GERB cabinet remains firmly committed to uprooting organized crime and petty criminal activity in the country, stated Vice-PM and Minister of Interior Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
Three skiers trapped by an avalanche have been retrieved by the Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Service Sunday.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 19:56
Some 15 Bulgarian youth joined the self-styled "No Pants Subway Ride" global initiative Sunday to the amusement of riders in the Sofia underground.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 17:48
The Roma minority in Bulgaria are kicking off on Sunday colorful festivities to mark the New Year also known as Vassilitsa, the Day of Vassil (Basil) or Bango Vassili (the Lame Basil).
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 16:33
Google has honored the 150th anniversary of loved Bulgarian writer Aleko Konstantinov with a so-called 'doodle' on its Google.
The Buglarian Orthodox Church is holding Sunday an election of delegates who will elect the church's new patriarch at a council in February.
4,000 babies have been born with the help of assisted reproduction procedures in Bulgaria during 2012, according to Bulgaria's Minister of Health Desislava Atanasova.
"Political will means being capable of guaranteeing the operative freedom of operative workers.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 11:37
Activists from the rights group Femen undressed in front of Pope Benedict XVI during Sunday mass in the Vatican to protest against the Catholic Church's stance towards gay people.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 18:40
Ruling Macedonian VMRO-DPMNE party has rejected the opposition's request for early general elections, in the wake of a week of protests and flaring political division in the country.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 17:14
The strikes of the French army against Islamist militants in northern Mali are continuing for a third day Sunday.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 16:14
The PMs of Libya, Tunisia and Algeria reached an agreement to boost security on their joint borders.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 13:10
Former socialist Milos Zeman and current Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg are the two candidates who got the most votes at presidential electioins in the Czech Republic.
January 13, 2013, Sunday // 10:23
Photo Exhibition Of Sofia's Old Public Baths
Sofia's Public Transport Company Gets New Busses
Sofia Zoo Closed
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