Gold fell to its lowest in seven weeks on Tuesday after strong U.
Tomorrow, October 4, firms can start making bids for the design, construction and introduction of an electronic toll collection system for the use of the Republican Road Network.
Bulgaria is ranked eighth in Europe in income from rented property, the online edition simplybusiness.
Ryanair continued growing its passenger traffic in September despite the rounds of cancellations that have triggered criticism over the discount airline.
The Foreign Ministry and the Embassy of Bulgaria in Jakarta have warned Bulgarian tourists that Indonesia has raised the level of potential risk of the Agung volcano eruption at the highest fourth grade, reports iNews.
Serbia's Prime Minister Anna Brnabic said President Vukic and the government are preparing a letter to the European Commission, asking a number of questions about the Commission's view on the cases of Catalonia and Kosovo and that they can not be compared
A general strike will be held across Tuesday in Catalonia as a protest against the measures taken by the authorities on the day of holding the referendum on the independence of the Autonomous Community, trying to prevent people from voting there, Bgnes re
During the joint meeting of the governments of Bulgaria and Romania in Varna, the Minister of Labour and social Policy Biser Petkov met with his Romanian counterpart Lia-Olguta Vasilescu, the press office of the ministry said on 3rd of October
The Republic of Korea is in favor of the most peaceful resolution of the crisis with North Korea as soon as possible, "Shin Boonam, Ambassador of the country commented.
''Together with my Romanian counterpart, Teodor Meleşanu, we agreed that the enlargement of the European Union should continue with the Western Balkans and the Eastern Partnership countries, as it will guarantee the security and stability of the whole con
Bulgaria’s Premier Boyko Borissov and Romania’s Premier Mihai Tudose unveiled near the Dunabe town of Silistra the new border checkpoints Kaynardzha which was negotiated in a bilateral agreement back in 2012.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and his Romanian counterpart will announce a new border crossing between the Kaynardzha village and the Romanian town of Lipnitsa, according to Sega.
Bulgaria’s new Supreme Judicial Council was inaugurated at an official ceremony in Sofia.
Two of six candidates have remained in the race for introducing an electronic road toll collection system in Bulgaria - a project worth an estimated 200 million levs ($120.
8 Afghan citizens have been detained at ''Trayanovi Vrata'' on ''Trakia'' highway, Mladen Marinov, Chief Secretary of the Ministry of Interior, announced on bTV.
Today, the new Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) will take an oath in the solemn hall of the Supreme Court of Cassation.
US government requests to Google for individuals' data reached a six-year high in the first half of 2017, the company says.
Germany celebrates the first gay marriage after decades of struggle, though activists claim that the battle for equal rights has not yet ended, reports novini.
A renovation of a homeless homeless shelter was carried out.
Taxi drivers in Rome will go on a good manners course, the Italian Republic newspaper reports.
The police cleared the yard of the Tokuda metropolitan hospital in order to securely disarm bomb shells, BNT reported on Monday.
UNESCO and the Ministry of Environment and Water recognized the merits of the Municipality of Karlovo in the development of the Central Balkan National Park, reports iNews.
The weather will be mostly sunny today, with fog and clouds in some lowland areas in the morning.
The eighth edition of the Independent Sofia Festival starts on October 26th.
Archaeologists may have become a step closer to finding the grave of St.
Аll doctors and all medical staff at the Vratsa hospital will resign collectively, according to Expert.
There should be special pediatric hospital in Bulgaria.
The Nobel Prize for Medicine for 2017 is given to three Americans - Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rossbach and Michael Jung for their molecular studies that control circadian systems, reports WebCafe.
Grigor Dimitrov, placed under №3, qualified for the second round of tennis tournament in Beijing of the ATP 500 category.
New data on Las Vegas mass killer - Steven Paddock - was published by US media.
An action against an organized criminal group takes place in Vratsa, Mladen Marinov, head of the Ministry of Interior, confirmed to bTV.
Up to 78,000 people could be trapped in Islamic State-held Hawija in northern Iraq, the United Nations said on Tuesday, as security forces push to recapture the town.
The French authorities have prevented an attack before the match of Paris Saint Germain against Bordeaux (6:2) on Saturday, reports Btv.
Israel’s defense minister said on Tuesday President Bashar al-Assad was winning Syria’s civil war and urged the United States to weigh in as Damascus’s Iranian and Hezbollah allies gain ground.
Belgium's Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration Theo Franken said he had decided to abolish the right of stay of the Imam in the central mosque in Brussels.
Uber's new chief executive will meet London's transport commissioner later to discuss the firm losing its licence, reported BBC.
Three scientists are the winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Physics, reports Bgnes.
304 members of Islamic state were killed in Syria by the Russian air force in the last 48 hours, RIA Novosti reported.
Research supports the theory that fallen meteorites in warm water on the Earth's surface have given the essential elements necessary for the birth of life.
Prime Minister Rami al-Hamdallah on Tuesday chaired his first meeting of the Palestinian cabinet in Gaza in a move towards reconciliation between the mainstream Fatah party and Islamist group Hamas, reported Reuters.
The authorities in the United States continue to search for motives behind the tragedy in Las Vegas, Nova TV reported.
Refugees and migrants in Greece receive little or no medical care for most health problems they face and fewer than half of those pregnant had access to maternal care, aid group Doctors of the World said on Tuesday.
A key pillar of the Italian government’s effort to stem the politically toxic issue of people crossing the Mediterranean from Libya to southern Italy is in danger of collapse as a result of a bloody power struggle in the key Libyan port of Sabratha, the e
Barcelona metro stations were closed, pickets blocked main roads and civil servants walked out on Tuesday in response to a strike called by pro-independence groups after hundreds were injured in a Spanish police crackdown on a banned independence referend
The European Union (EU) still needs more details about the UK's positions on Brexit before discussions can begin on a future trading relationship, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said.
The European Parliament will today debate and vote on a motion which states that the required "sufficient progress" has not yet been made for talks on a post-Brexit trade deal to begin.
Canceled flights of the low-cost airline Ryanair and the compensation of the passengers left on the ground will be a topic in the European Parliament, Nova TV
The Paris prosecutor has opened an anti-terror investigation after the discovery at the weekend of a homemade bomb at a building in Paris and five people have been arrested, sources close to the case said Monday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he feels his country no longer needs European Union membership after relations between Ankara and Brussels broke down.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was sentenced yesterday to 20 days in prison for organizing unauthorized protests, France's press reported, quoted by BTA.
The State Statistical Office of Ukraine published data on the volume of foreign investments in the country's economy for the period January-June 2017.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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