Code yellow has been declared for all Bulgarian regions Sunday, except the northwestern Danube Region of Vidin, over the forecast for downpours.
Bulgarian firefighters are tackling two sizeable wildfires east and west of capital Sofia, which started at the very end of warm days in October.
Saturday will mark a significant change in the weather in Bulgaria, ending a string of exceptionally warm September and October days, and setting the stage for the real beginning of fall.
The European Commission has surprisingly dropped plans to pursue court action against Bulgaria for failing to properly implement EU waste law, citing progress in preparations for a recycling plant.
An earthquake with a 5.1 magnitude on the Richter scale has been registered in Romania's region of Vrancea, some 380 km northeast of Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
The 20th Bulgarian expedition to Antarctica will set out early November with an ambitious agenda emphasizing on the effects of global warming on local plant and animal life.
Free small nylon plastic shopping bags will never be seen again in Bulgaria, it has been made clear Saturday.
Bulgaria's Environment Minister Nona Karadzhova has sought to quiet down public fears over the shale gas exploration permit granted by the Cabinet to US energy giant Chevron.
No evidence points towards potential foul play involved in the death of several Black Sea dolphins that were washed ashore in Bulgaria, the country's Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naydenov has stated.
Weathermen have warned the end of the usually hot September bliss in Bulgaria is coming to an end as spells of cooler air are set to pass through the country on Tuesday, bringing down temperatures by more than 10 degrees C.
Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, is asking fellow citizens, who oppose the exploring for shale gas in northeastern Bulgaria, to stop irritating him otherwise he would sign the contract out of "stubbornness.
A Bulgarian NGO has defeated in court an offshore investor, which planned to build a resort complex in the Irakli-Emine protected area on the Black Sea coast.
A wild fire is reported Tuesday afternoon on both sides of the Trakiya highway, near the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
Another dead dolphin has been washed ashore on the beach near the salt-mines in the Black Sea city of Burgas.
After two dead dolphins were washed ashore in Bulgaria in just two days, on Saturday senior Bulgarian government officials refuted claims of increased death instances among Black Sea dolphins.
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