Bulgaria faces a real danger to become a target of terrorist attacks similar to the Monday suicide bombings in the Moscow metro, terrorism expert, Ivan Boyadzhiev, believes.
There are no reports of Bulgarians being injured or killed in the suicide bomb attacks on the Moscow metro, the Bulgarian Embassy in Russia's capital have stated.
Candidate students, who are hoping to study journalism at the prestigious Sofia University, had to write an essay about Bulgaria's potholed streets and the symbolism of it at a preliminary exam that took place on Sunday.
Sofia municipality has announced that it will demolish an illegal ghetto after Easter.
The last play directed by Krikor Azarian was awarded for best performance at the annual Bulgarian "IKAR" ceremony on Saturday evening.
Bulgaria's Health Ministry and the Bulgarian Red Cross, supported by the Bulgarian Orthodox Patriarch Maxim, have organized the traditional blood donor campaign on Palm Sunday.
Bulgarian Orthodox Christians celebrate Palm Sunday - Tsventisa-Vrabnitsa, to mark the triumphal arrival of Christ into Jerusalem.
The Bulgarian Medical Association has announced that doctors will hold a national strike on April 7, to protest against wage cuts and the government's health reform.
Bulgaria PM Boyko Borisov has reassured Bulgarian doctors that the ceiling on their wages will only be a temporary anti-crisis measure.
Citizens of Bulgaria's Stara Zagora are going to appeal to the Ambassadors of EU member states over the continuing air pollution in the region.
One of the most famous Bulgarian actors and directors, Nikola Rudarov, died Friday at the age of 82.
Bulgarian universities must become "free communities" with strict rules but without unnecessary formality, according to Education Minister Sergey Ignatov.
Bulgaria and Russia are going to agree on a joint list containing Internet terms and domains in Cyrillic.
Bulgarian journalist Valeria Veleva has urged Ahmed Dogan, leader of the ethnic Turkish party DPS, to prove the brown-envelope journalism claims he made in an open letter.
The European Human Rights Court (EHRC) in Strasbourg ruled in favor of 2 Bulgarian citizens in their case against the country's police.
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