The teenage girl, 13, who was hit by a car early Thursday morning, while trying to cross a major intersection in Bulgaria's capital Sofia, remains in critical condition.
Bulgaria's Christian Orthodox Church honors Saturday the All Souls' Day before the Day of St.
Vladmira Yaneva, whose appointment as Chair of the Sofia City Court, was overturned by Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) vows to appeal the rule.
Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) overturned the Supreme Judicial Council's (VSS) controversial appointment of Vladmira Yaneva as Chair of the Sofia City Court.
The driver of a tram was at fault for the serious accident in which 17 people were injured in downtown Sofia exactly two weeks ago.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said that Emergency Care Centers must become units of district hospitals, although the step will cause 1300 people to lose their jobs.
The story of a pack of stray newborn puppies has toured Facebook, dawing responses from scores of potential adopters.
The Mountain Rescue Service is about to be spun off from the Bulgarian Red Cross (BRC), according to a proposal of the government cited in a Wednesday statement of its press office.
Bulgaria has been ranked 55th in UN's Human Development Index, the organization's new report shows.
A total of 18 gold coins minted by medieval Bulgarian Tsar Ivan Alexander (r. 1331-1371) have been discovered by the team of renowned Bulgarian archaeologist Prof. Nikolay Ovcharov.
The state budget financing of Bulgaria's Academy of Sciences will be cut even more drastically in 2013, the country's Finance Minister Simeon Djankov revealed on Wednesday.
The 'Bulgarian Christmas' charity, which was set up by outgoing President Georgi Parvanov in 2002 to give sick childs a hope, will be fully supported by his successor.
The 20th Bulgarian expedition to the Antarctic will set out early November amid serious financial difficulties.
Bulgarian archaeologists have joined other researchers from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences protesting Tuesday the latest budget cuts for their institution, which they say will doom it to death.
The "SAW 2011" (Sofia Architecture Week 2011) festival is opening Tuesday in the Bulgarian capital.
Researchers from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences have gone on protest Tuesday against the latest budget cut for their institution previewed in Bulgaria's state budget for 2012.
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