Outraged passengers have hijacked an express train of Bulgaria's embattled State Railway Company, BDZ.
The hearing of the candidates for Bulgaria's new Supreme Judicial Council, VSS, from the professional quota is being held Monday.
In 2013, Bulgaria and Israel will jointly commemorate the 70th anniversary since the Balkan country's historic rescue of 50 000 Jews from Nazi concentration camp.
The 43-year-old pilot who was injured in a crash landing of a small private plane near Bulgaria's Shumen on Saturday has undergone surgery, local media inform.
September 9 1944 is not a happy day for the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, bishop Kiril declared from Varna Sunday, in the first ever such admission of a Bulgarian Holy Synod member.
The giant fuel reactor for the Lukoil Neftochim refinery has successfully reached the facility Saturday evening after being transported for two days in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Burgas.
The emblematic date of September 9, considered both the date of Bulgaria's anti-fascist uprising in 1944, and the beginning of the Communist regime, will be marked in polar ways by political forces here.
The transportation of a giant fuel reactor for the Lukoil Neftochim refinery is going on for a second day in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Burgas, much to the joy of local residents and visitors.
A before unknown autograph of first man in space, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, has been found in a hotel in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Intensive traffic has made passage through the Kalotina-Gradina checkpoint between Bulgaria and Serbia difficult, inform authorities Saturday.
Bulgaria's largest higher education institution, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", has failed to fill all of the spots it had announced for some of its "prestigious" majors.
At least 68 dead dolphins have been washed ashore along Bulgaria's Southern Black Sea coast, the Regional Environmental Inspectorate in Burgas announced Friday.
Bulgaria marks Friday the 72nd anniversary of the signing of the historical Craiova treaty under whose terms Romania returned the southern part of Dobrudza to Bulgaria.
Bulgaria marks Friday the 34th anniversary since the murder of Georgi Markov, a Bulgarian emigrant broadcaster and dissident writer, who was poisoned in London in 1978.
The Bulgarian town of Pravets, near the capital Sofia, birth place of Communist dictator, Todor Zhivkov, is marking Friday the latter's 101st anniversary.
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