The bodies of two dolphins, one of which was expecting offspring, were dumped from the sea in the Sozopol area.
The Federal Court of Justice on Monday ruled against German automaker Volkswagen in the country's first case brought by a car owner over the company's emissions test cheating.
10 are the new cases of coronavirus in our country for the last 24 hours.
A total of 17 beaches on the Black Sea coast will have free umbrellas and sunbeds.
Today, the quarantine for international transport and bus drivers is lifted.
The likelihood of the Japanese government lifting a state of emergency in Tokyo and nearby prefectures, as well as Hokkaido, altogether next Monday is growing, as the number of new coronavirus cases continues to decline, officials have said.
Archaeologists from the Deultum-Debelt National Archaeological Reserve near Bulgaria’s Burgas have discovered the first written evidence that the Roman colony Deultum had a port, BGNES reported.
A newspaper mogul ranked among France's richest 25 people has admitted he was a teenage spy who hacked the mobile phone of President Mitterrand.
Bulgaria's state authorities have announced a new business grant scheme aimed at larger companies.
Turkey is keen on increasing its tourist flow through joint tourist packages with Bulgaria and Greece when the land and sea borders fully reopen.
Nearly 90 percent of large and medium-sized enterprises affected by the Covid-19 crisis have fully or partially resumed operations in the first week after the lifting of the state of emergency.
The Bulgarian National Bank will put a new 10 Leva banknote into circulation on June 12, 2020.
Late in the evening on May 21, Bulgaria’s Minister of Health, Kiril Ananiev, issued an order allowing representatives of firms and companies registered in the EU and the Schengen area to enter Bulgaria without the requirement for 14-day quarantine as of t
During the months of March and April, the levels of nitrogen dioxide in the air in Sofia decreased significantly.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed that Romania allows the transit by land of citizens of the EU, EEC, the Swiss Confederation and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland , observing the established transit corridors, eliminating th
“The tourist season will likely start on 1 June,” Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said at a meeting with tourist businesses.
On May 19, 2020 International Investment Bank successfully executed the second transaction under its MTN Programme, which was registered this March on the Dublin Stock Exchange.
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