The situation in Bulgaria remains difficult and serious Friday in the aftermath of the blizzard that gripped the country Wednesday and Thursday.
A thirteen-year-old Bulgarian comatose patient, who was saved after authorities and doctors in Bulgaria and Greece pooled their efforts for a liver transplant, took the first step toward his new life on Thursday.
The Academic Council of Bulgaria's Sofia University has decided to not raise student fees in 2012, in spite it was allowed to do so by the government.
Bulgaria has officially extended its one-year ban on Danube sturgeon fishing for a further four year, thus joining its northern neighbor Romania.
The Sofia City Hall has called emergency headquarters to coordinate the cleaning of snow-covered roads.
About 53 000 customers of the Power Utility CEZ, serving western and southwestern Bulgaria, are without electricity over the heavy snowfall, the company announces.
Code Orange has been announced in 14 Bulgarian districts due to the ongoing snowfall and the heavy winter conditions in the country.
The border between Bulgaria and Romania has been closed due to the Code Red weather warning implemented in Romania, Bulgarian Regional Development Minister Lilyana Pavlova has announced.
Bulgaria is to see another wave of heavy snowfalls in most parts of the country, as well as strong winds in the east during the next few days, weather forecasts have warned.
The editorial team of EuroChicago.com, with the support of the Bulgarian Embassy in Washington DC and all Bulgarian Consulate offices in the US, announces the launch of the second edition of the contest "Bulgarian Event of the Year in the US."
Anggun, France's representative in the Eurovision Song Contest this year, has agreed to perform as guest artist at the Bulgarian national final on the last day of February.
Award-winning Greek filmmaker Theo Angelopolous, 76, died late on Tuesday after a road accident.
The Bulgarian "Trud" (Labor) daily has the most readers among print media in Bulgaria, according to a poll about the media market in the country, conducted by the MBMD agency.
The family, who became victims of alleged police brutality Saturday, announced the establishment of a Civil Committee to deal with the more and more frequent cases of police abuse in Bulgaria.
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