(December 13th - December 19th) **BIAD**
Archaeologists have applauded recent excavations at an ancient settlement in south-eastern Mexico that have yielded an array of artefacts from the Olmec civilization. The researchers now say that a few of these artefacts display remnants of the first writ
Thanks To Scandinavia, an institute of the American Jewish Committee, is launching an annual Fellowship For Bulgaria in recognition of the Bulgarian people in saving the Jewish community during World War II. This is the first time in its history that the
Organizations that promote ethnic tolerance united to establish the new Ambassador of the Human Rights award in Bulgaria. They used the occasion of the 54th anniversary since the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration for Human Rights on Decembe
The mini Nobel Prize winners for 2002 were announced by Swedish Ambassador to Bulgaria Sten Ask on the Nobel Day December 10. The jury, chaired by distinguished Bulgarian writer Yordan Radichkov, decided to give the unique for Bulgaria awards in medicine,
The Archaeological Museum in Bulgaria opened the biggest exposition of finds from the prehistoric period in South Eastern Europe. Latest discoveries have proved that Bulgaria's territory is the first home of human race on the Continent.
Oxford Centre Bulgaria plans further expansion of its operations by opening new centers across the country and intensifying its programs for teachers, Petros Papasarantopoulos, Managing Director of Oxford Centre said at a news conference. Oxford Centre, e
Violin-player virtuoso Vasko Vassilev, leader of "Laureate" group, will present in Bulgaria his new production "Voodoo Violin". He arrived in Bulgaria a week before the concerts, scheduled for December 13,14,15, together with Pamela Nicolson, Vanessa Mae'
The first Bulgarian online encyclopaedia, compiled by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, will be press launched on December 11 - 15 at the Christmas book fair. It is an updated version of "A-Ya" printed encyclopaedia and contains over 30,000 entries divid
All Bulgarians celebrate today the Day of Saint Nicholas, the protector of sailors and fishermen. Folk-Christian myth has it that Saint Nicholas is the master of the entire submarine realm - fish and water demons, as well as of the sea winds.
Bulgaria will again provide radiation-monitoring equipment for use aboard the International Space Station In tmid-2003. The dosimeter goes to a Russian spacecraft module, after Bulgaria granted a similar device to a US module in 2001.
The basic handbag wardrobe of a woman consists of one to three handbags - a super sporty one (like your backpack or a roomy tote), a more classical one (like Dior shoulderbag) and something for the evening. With bags size matters and during the winter t
As you well know when Christmas approaches, gangsters get more active, spread all over the world to get to know it. Some go to Thailand to get better acquainted with the local sexual traditions, others, dressed up in Bermuda Shorts, go to the Bermuda Isla
They are small and furry and look anything but human, but their genetic blueprint shows there is little difference between mice and men. Almost the entire genetic make up of the mouse has now been plotted - a major scientific breakthrough, says Francis Co
Researchers from St Thomas's Hospital in London found couples in long-term relationships were far less likely to have heart attacks while having sex than those having affairs or one-night stands, BBC reported. Sex with someone who is not your spouse incre
New Zealand: No Active COVID-19 Cases
Emergency Epidemic Situation in Bulgaria will be Prolonged