As the brand of Austrian-based low-cost carrier FlyNiki is disappearing, the company has announced it is about to stop flying Sofia-Vienna.
Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski has said that the privatization of the freight arm of the Bulgarian State Railways (BDZ) would be a success if the government managed to raise BGN 200 M.
Bulgarian Finance Minister Simeon Djankov has explained that incomes in certain sectors will increase in 2013 due to the good financial results of the implementation of budget 2012.
Thousands of workers of the largest Bulgarian military plant, the state-owned VMZ Sopot, are staging once again Wednesday an effective strike.
The Kandahar airport where Bulgarian NATO contingent is stationed has been under rocket fire, the Bulgarian Defense Ministry announced Wednesday.
The Dutch government has not come up with a stance on the Schengen bids of Bulgaria and Romania, according to a media statement of the Dutch Embassy in Sofia.
The Dutch government plans to yet again block the issue of the accession of Bulgaria and Romania to Schengen.
The proposed texts for amending laws regulating construction in protected areas in Bulgaria are now ready, the Regional Ministry reported Wednesday.
Emil Dimitrov, the controversial Member of the Parliament from Bulgaria's ruling party GERB, has initiated in 2011 a procedure to purchase a State-owned terrain in a protected area using a well-known scam.
Bulgaria's Deputy Agriculture Minister, Svetlana Boyanova, has been investigated by the Main Inspectorate at the Council of Ministers for violations in the use of EU funds.
Architect, Georgiy Stanishev, brother of Bulgaria's former Prime Minister, Sergey Stanishev, firmly denies taking part in any scandalous land swaps on the Black Sea coast.
The Union of Transport Syndicates is organizing Wednesday a protest rally in front of the Greek Embassy in Sofia against the verdict of Bulgarian pilot, Yanko Stoimenov.
Intellectuals and politicians, among whom two presidents, have voiced strong support for the idea to nominate Bulgaria for the Nobel Peace Prize for saving the country's Jews during World War II.
Nearly one third of the terrain that stirred a huge scandal in Bulgaria has been listed after all as sand dunes in a scientific report.
The Bulgarian government has approved the introduction of a new operational program for science and education in Bulgaria's contract with the EU on the 2014-2020 programming period.
Bulgaria's best female tennis player Tsvetana Pironkova brought great joy to her fans after scoring a three-set upset win to gain a quarterfinal berth at the Moorilla Hobart International tennis tournament in Australia.
FIFA sanctions against Bulgaria and Hungary are unprecedented since this is the first time the governing body has barred fans from attending a match due to discrimination issues, a spokesman has explained.
A pervert who fled to Bulgaria after his cleaner found indecent photos of young girls on his computer has been jailed for 33 months by the High Court in Edinburgh.
Economic police have stormed the office of private TV channel TV+, according to reports of Bulgaria's Interior Ministry.
Pola Kinski, daughter of legendary German actor Klaus Kinski, has told a German magazine that she was sexually abused by her father over 14 years from the age of five.
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