Bulgarians celebrate Midsummer Day, widely known as Enyovden, on Friday, a holiday related to traditional beliefs about herbs and their healing power.
Code yellow has been declared for nearly all Bulgarian regions Friday over the forecast of dangerous heat, the Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BAS, informs.
An intact Ancient Thracian tomb which has not been destroyed by treasure hunters has been discovered by a team of Bulgarian archaeologists near the town of Opaka in northeast Bulgaria.
A newborn baby and three adults were seriously injured after a car and an ambulance crashed on the Todor Alexandrov Boulevard in Sofia early Thursday.
The relics, unearthed last summer off Sozopol on Bulgaria's southern coast and purported to be St. John the Baptist, will be moved to SS Cyril and Methodius church in Sozopol.
Bulgaria is EU's third most unstable country, according to the Failed States Index 2011 of the US magazine Foreign Policy.
Stefan Ivanov, 28, a mechanic from the small town of Chirpan, who was the first to come to the rescue of the victims of the hellish bus crash in Bulgaria, which killed eight, brought to the injured nine icons of Jesus Christ.
Bulgaria's Judicial Inspectorate found four violations in the work of the newly appointed Chair of the Sofia City Court, Vladimira Yaneva, related to the notorious Sofia Properties Case.
The seal of the Republic of Bulgaria was used a bogus placard offering day-long free spots on some of New York's busiest streets as a media experiment.
Bulgaria has been sanctioned by the Human Rights Court in Strasbourg to pay EUR 2 000 each to two Russian citizens, residing in the country, over discrimination.
A public prayer service will be held Wednesday in front of the Soviet Army monument in downtown Sofia to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Russia's Great Patriotic War.
Bulgarian archaeologists have made crucial discoveries at the residence of the rulers of the Odrysian Kingdom, the state of the most powerful tribe of Ancient Thrace, including details about its sacking by the troops of Philip II of Macedon.
The overnight cleaning of Sofia's Soviet Army monument, which was painted Saturday to ironically represent a set of US pop culture characters, has triggered a wave of angry comments on the Internet.
The Soviet Army Monument in Bulgaria's capital Sofia, which was painted by an unknown graffiti artist Saturday to represent a set of US pop culture characters, has been washed.
As promised by the Bulgarian transport authorities, a massive inspection of the country's bus fleet was launched Monday.
Starting at 8:30 am Tuesday, Bulgarian capital Sofia's Soviet Army monument, which was painted by an unknown street artist to represent a set of US pop culture characters, will be washed by municipal workers.
In an official statement Monday, the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee reported of a hackers attack related to its campaign calling for the resignations of all members of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS).
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