Any Bulgarian citizen who organizes or participates in animal fighting will face up to 5 years behind bars and a fine ranging between BGN 5 000 and BGN 10 000.
Journalists and writers who disseminate hatred, discrimination or violence will now face 1 to 4 years behind bars, according to the new amendments to the country's Penal Code.
Archaeologists in Bulgaria have discovered a French perfume in the walls of the medieval St. Apostles Monastery in Sozopol on the Black Sea.
Sofia's public transport will allow pets but only if they go with a special ticket, the city's Municipality has decided.
The Anglo-American school in the Bulgarian capital Sofia held Tuesday the groundbreaking ceremony of a unique environmentally-sensitive building project, the school announced in a press release.
A ship with Bulgarian sailors on board is in distress near the Brazilian shore, according to the Head of the Executive Agency "Maritime Administration," Sergey Tsurnaliyski.
The mental health of young Bulgarians is facing increasing challanges that are staying underrecognized, according to a key Bulgarian psychiatrist.
Bulgaria's National Company "Railway Infrastructure" (NKZI) is considering fencing off the railway line in the Sofia Roma-populated quarter "Fakulteta" in order to protect the trains from the immense amounts of trash there.
In her latest and long-awaited album the mystic, innovative and reclusive British singer and composer Kate Bush pays tribute once again to the Bulgarian folklore music.
The Bulgarian church "St. Sofia" in the US city of Chicago ran out of room Saturday evening when the Bulgarian community and guests gathered to hold the first ever festival of the traditional folk dance called horo.
A huge wild fire is reported Sunday between the villages of Gostun and Osenovo in the municipality of Bulgaria's mountain resort of Bansko.
Meteorologists from the Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BAS, have lifted Sunday strong wind codes yellow and orange for the entire country.
Bulgaria's government is providing all-out support for the integration of the Roma community in the country, according to Prime Minister Boyko Borisov who spoke on the occasion of the International Roma Day.
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