Kiro Gligorov, the first democratically elected president of the Republic of Macedonia, has died at the age of 94.
The parrots which were seized at the Kapitan Andreevo border crossing point on December 26 have made it safely to the Sofia Zoo.
Fire has destroyed much of the roof of the Mall of Sofia, the first ever shopping mall in Bulgaria.
Thousands of people in Bulgaria have celebrated New Year's with events at downtown squares organized by local communities and authorities.
A 70-year-old fisherman has his home in the easternmost location in Bulgaria, and is the first to celebrate New Year's on the country's territory.
Vehicles have been stranded in Southern Bulgaria near Plovdiv as a result of surprisingly heavy snowfall in the afternoon on Saturday, the last day of 2011.
The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church has declared “reservations” against in vitro fertilization and surrogacy, viewing them as a “human interference that is counter to God’s will in the existential foundations of life.
The towing operation of the oil platform "Kolskaya," which capsized on December 18 in the sea of Okhotsk, had been carried out with large-scale safety violations, which caused the fatal sinking.
Two Bulgarian and five Romanian tourists have been rescued from the Varbishki mountain pass in eastern Bulgaria near the village of Beronovo in the Burgas Region.
A total of 10.7% of all abortions in Bulgaria are carried out by girls under the age of 20, according to a major report based on EU data.
Ivan Andonov, one of Bulgaria's most influential actors and movie directors passed away on Friday at the age of 77.
Jurgen Roth, a top German journalist, investigating organized crime and mafia in Bulgaria, in his end-of-year analysis, says that not much positive happened in the country in 2011.
Bulgaria's Interior Ministry bestowed for the 18th consecutive time the annual "Police Officer of the Year" awards.
Bulgarian archeologists made a breakthrough discovery in the ancient Black Sea town of Sozopol – they found the long-sought East Gate of Apollonia Pontica.
Bulgarian producers and sellers of alcoholic drinks of suspicious origin will face hefty fines, the government decided on Wednesday, bringing local laws in line with EU legislation.
Bulgarian doctors have asked 3,000 women who received faulty silicone breast implants supplied by Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) to undergo regular checks or have them removed.
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