Three towns in Southwestern and Northern Bulgaria have registered temperature records amidst the currently raging heat wave.
The driver of the Turkish cistern, which crashed overnight near the northern Bulgarian town of Debelets has been arrested and will be kept behind bars for 24 hours.
All 264 municipal mayors in Bulgaria have decided to stage a "day without plastic bags" on July 29, 2011.
There are no injured people in Debelets and there is no longer a threat since the concentration of the dangerous chemical in the air is down to minimal levels.
A Turkish cistern truck transporting amounts of a dangerous chemical rolled over early on Monday, causing the ongoing evacuation of some 2500 Bulgarians in the northern town of Debelets near Veliko Tarnovo.
The Bulgarian regions of Vidin and Blagoevgrad are under code orange Sunday, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) declared.
Following the recent spell of cold weather, beach time has finally arrived in Bulgaria to the joy of thousands of holiday makers along the Black Sea coast.
The Black Sea used to be a freshwater lake turned into a salt-water sea, Columbia University Professor William Ryan announced in Bulgaria.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.3 on the Richter scale was registered in Southeastern Bulgaria Wednesday afternoon.
A delegation from the European Parliament visited Saturday the Suhodol waste dump in Bulgarian capital Sofia, following a petition by local citizen and environmentalists regarding the impact of the facility.
Warmer temperatures on Sunday and Monday will lure not only the audacious swimmers to try out the waters of Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, weather men say.
After the high temperatures and sunny weather in the middle of June, Bulgaria will be hit at the beginning of July by a wave of even cooler than now air and scattered rains.
Bulgarian environmentalists vowed to bring down eco-minister Nona Karadzhova after she announced that cabinet will take measures to legalize illegal facilities in Bulgaria's top ski resort Bansko.
Members of the European Parliament's Petitions Committee will arrive in Bulgaria on a two-day fact-finding mission to discuss the situation of sites in Suhodol, Rila and the Rhodope Mountains that have been the subject of petitions.
Bulgaria must hold local referendums in Dobrudzha on shale gas exploration and production, said Monday left-wing MP Anton Kutev at a press conference in Siistra.
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