Bulgarians are preparing for the forthcoming three hottest days of the summer season, July 15-17.
Bulgaria needs to address the gap between the human rights rhetoric and reality, the UN Human Rights Committee has stated reviewing the country's third periodic report on the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCP
An NGO and users in Facebook groups have expresses their outrage at the ways the police and some Bulgarian media have reacted to the gruesome murder of a young Bulgarian woman.
The German media have published headlines warning about the safety of Bulgarian beach hotels and their swimming pools in particular.
Only twenty five buses used by the public transportation system in Sofia are air-conditioned, from total of 550.
The Bulgarian far-right VMRO formation has cried foul over the charges pressed again regional leader in the Black Sea city of Burgas, who has allegedly organized a violent attack against members of the Jehovah's Witnesses.
Bulgaria's government is failing to facilitate the process for the introduction Internet domains in Cyrillic, Bulgarian Member of the European Parliament Ivaylo Kalfin declared after meeting the ICANN management in DC.
Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered 30 bronze coins with images of Ancient Greek god Apollo dating back to the 4th-3rd century BC.
A large complex of small Christian churches has been gradually unearthed by Bulgarian archaeologists in downtown Sofia during continuing excavations at the construction sites of the Sofia Metro.
A 13-year-old German girl has perished in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort Golden Sands after he was sucked in by the pump of a hotel swimming pool.
A code red, which the highest level of alert, over the danger of wildfires has been declared Tuesday in the southern Bulgarian region of Haskovo.
A probe of the Bulgarian Automobile Inspection, DAI, has established that the Turkish driver, who caused a harmful spill near the northern town of Debelets did not own a certificate allowing him to transport hazardous substances.
Bulgaria's policies on Roma integration have been slammed by the independent UN expert on minority issues, Gay McDougall, who completed a week-long visit to the country Monday.
The driver of the Turkish cistern, which crashed overnight near the northern Bulgarian town of Debelets has been arrested and will be kept behind bars for 24 hours.
All 264 municipal mayors in Bulgaria have decided to stage a "day without plastic bags" on July 29, 2011.
There are no injured people in Debelets and there is no longer a threat since the concentration of the dangerous chemical in the air is down to minimal levels.
A total of nine bodies have been discovered since the Russian "Bulgaria" boat sank Sunday, with local authorities claiming there is little chance for survivors to be found.
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