Eleven Bulgarian regions are under code yellow Saturday, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) announced.
Five Bulgarian teenagers will join the Youth Music Voices choir which is to perform on several occasions during the upcoming summer Olympic Games in London.
A partial evacuation of passengers at Terminal 2 at Sofia Airport has been conducted Friday morning.
Bulgaria will ban smoking in closed public spaces in the summer of 2012, the country's Health Minister Stefan Konstantinov has declared.
Provocative Ukrainian female rights activists FEMEN are coming to Bulgarian capital Sofia Saturday to protest domestic violence against women and children and human trafficking.
Bulgarian sports daily "7 Dni Sport" ("7 Days Sport") has stirred public outcry with a racist front-page headline.
Bulgaria's Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor of banning the controversial technology of hydraulic fracking (hydrofracking) for shale gas exploration and extraction.
Hristo Stoichkov, Bulgaria's most internationally renowned football player, made the dreams of a very sick boy come true on Wednesday, when he surprised 13-year-old Tanyo in hospital, just weeks after his liver transplantation.
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church celebrates on January 18 the Day of Saint Athanasius (Atanasovden), who is the ruler of snow and ice. The holiday is said to mark the middle of winter.
Eleven out of a total of fifteen Bulgarian Metropolitan bishops have been exposed as former agents of the country's former Communist State Security.
The driver of a Sofia trolley jumped to his death Tuesday morning from the "Chavdar" bridge in the capital.
Bulgaria's Parliamentary Energy Committee - dominated by the ruling center-right party GERB - has approved a temporary ban on the exploration and extraction of shale gas a day after mass protest rallies took place in 12 Bulgarian cities over the issue.
The Appellate Prosecutor's Office in Bulgaria's central city of Veliko Tarnovo, overturned Monday the decision of the Regional Prosecutor's Office in Lovech to stop the probe of possible legal violations in the Devetashka cave.
A young mother, 25, and her two small children, a 5-month-old and a 5-year-old, perished in an overnight fire in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
People on the Costa Concordia cruise liner, which capsized off the coast of Tuscany in Italy Saturday, were pushing like animals, shouting, screaming and crying, according to Bulgarian Donka Todorova, who was among the passengers.
The readers of Novinite.bg, the Bulgarian-language news site of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency), have selected President-elect Rosen Plevneliev and Deloitte Bulgaria Chairman Vasko Raychev as 2011 "Personalities in the News".
Andreas Mayerhofer, the Austrian CEO of Bulgaria's largest mobile operator M-Tel, has been selected by the readers of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) as Bulgaria's 2011 "Personality in the News" in the Expats category! Congratulations!
Deloitte Bulgaria Chairman Vasko Raychev has been picked by the readers of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) as Bulgaria's 2011 "Personalities in the News" in the Business category! Congratulations!
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