An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.1 on the Richter scale has been registered in the Bulgarian town of Petrich, near the Bulgarian-Greek border.
The remainder of February will be pretty kind to the residents and guests of Bulgaria, despite warnings that the country is in for an especially cold and snowy winter.
Temperatures in Bulgaria will significantly increase during the weekend and will remain relatively high for the season in the first half of next week.
Unusually low temperatures in recent days resulted in an unusual freeze-over of the Black Sea at the Romanian coast.
Bulgaria has banned the growing of the genetically modified MON 810 maize, thus joining 6 other EU nations.
A light earthquake has been registered early on Tuesday on the territory of Greece, close to the border with Bulgaria, according to information of the European Seismological Center.
Seventeen brown bears will be legally hunted in Bulgaria 2011, as the government introduced a bear hunting quota for the first time on Thursday.
183 people were hospitalized in the last 24 hours with injuries resulting from falls on icy streets in Sofia, the Pirogov Hospital announced.
Earthquakes and floods pose the greatest natural disaster threats for Bulgaria, according to an emergency situations plan of the Bulgarian government.
A new minor earthquake occurred in Southeastern Bulgaria Monday afternoon after the region saw several similar tremors last week.
The Sofia City Hall informs cleaning contractor companies have treated all roads in the capital used by public transportation vehicles.
The traditionally cold January winter in Bulgaria is expected to show its full potential, with temperatures dropping to - 17 degrees Celsius on Wednesday and Thursday.
The new week in Bulgaria will again be warmer than the usual for January, even though temperatures will fall a couple of degrees on Thursday.
Strong winds are expected across 19 Bulgarian regions Sunday as winter weather continues to be dynamic and warmer than usual.
A minor earthquake with a magnitude of 3 on the Richter scale was registered close to the city of Plovdiv in Southern Bulgaria on Friday.
A light earthquake, measuring 3.1 on the Richter scale, was registered on the territory of Bulgaria in the early hours of Friday.
About 57% of the Bulgarian population is exposed to levels of fine dust exceeding the norm, according to a report of the European Environment Agency.
Bulgaria is ranked last in Europe on the waste management criteria, the Bulgarian Minister of Environment Nora Karadzhova has announced.
Pollution from an unidentified source has turned the sea water near the port of the Black Sea city of Varna red Thursday.
Bulgaria has been covered by a blanket of fog for the second day, disrupting traffic on the roads and plans of air travelers.
Northern Bulgaria will be under code yellow Monday over warning of ice, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences announced.
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