Thousand of emigrants have arrived from Turkey on a 4-day trip to Bulgaria's southern city of Kardzhali with the goal to renew their Bulgarian ID documents.
The number of the scientific institutes at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) is going to be reduced to 40 from the current 69.
Express orders for the issuing of Bulgarian biometric passports will start to be accepted on April 6, the interior ministry announced.
The Bulgarian Doctors Union has confirmed that its members will hold a national strike on April 7 to protest against the government’s reforms in the sector despite the planned reshuffle in the health ministry.
Bulgarians mark Sunday 150 years since the historic "Bulgarian Easter" which has been seen as a crucial victory in their fight for an independent church.
The Editorial Staff of Novinite.com extends its warmest greetings to its Christian readers from around the world celebrating Easter on Sunday, April 4, 2010!
Around 2000 Bulgarians are set to celebrate Saturday in Istanbul to mark the 150th anniversary of "Bulgarian Easter" which led to the restoration of an independent Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
A Bulgarian Orthodox Church delegation has traveled to Jerusalem to light a night-light with Holy Fire to be used in the "Alexander Nevski" cathedral in Sofia for the Saturday midnight service.
The wife of the Chair of Varna municipal council, Borislav Gutsanov, who was arrested Wednesday, says the police is lying about the money they found during the raid.
The body of 33-year-old policeman from the Bulgaria's northern city of Vratsa has been found late Thursday in the village of Ohrid, the Interior informs.
The regional veterinary office in Bulgaria's Danube city of Silistra has banned all bird exhibits and open markets over the threat of avian flu.
Bulgarian journalist, Atanas Chobanov, is trying to raise funds through Facebook for an expedition to Uzbekistan.
Bulgaria's Agriculture Ministry announced Thursday that the tests of a dead bird found near the Black Sea city of Varna came out positive for avian flu, H5N1.
Bulgarian smokers will have to swallow a raise in excise duties on cigarettes and their prices as of April 1, as the government struggles to curb smoking and relieve the health care system.
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