Bulgaria has banned the growing of the genetically modified MON 810 maize, thus joining 6 other EU nations.
Bulgaria's Olympic champion Tereza Marinova has given birth to a baby girl in the Sofia Sheinovo hospital.
Bulgarian teenage girl, Magdalena Velkova, has received an award from the National Geographic International Photo Contest for Kids.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, announced Tuesday the cabinet is withdrawing the amendments to the Academy of Sciences Act.
Bulgaria is marking Tuesday for the first time the official Day of Gratitude and Homage to the Victims of the Communist Regime.
A light earthquake has been registered early on Tuesday on the territory of Greece, close to the border with Bulgaria, according to information of the European Seismological Center.
The Bulgarian Left political party has denounced the decision of the center-right government to declare February 1 to remember the victims of the communist regime (1944-1989).
Payments of state funding to tobacco growers will not be tied with budget 2011, Bulgaria's Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, announced Monday.
Israeli-born ethno-pop singer Ishtar will arrive with a crew of 12 musicians, backing vocalists and dancers for her three gigs in Bulgaria, the organizers of the concerts, ART BG, announced.
As many as 48% of the Bulgarian first graders do not have Bulgarian as their mother tongue, the country's Educational Minister, Sergey Ignatov claimed on Monday.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov vowed to veto a controversial bill amending the law on the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and called for a boost of funding for research.
A new object in the Andomeda galaxy has been discovered by Bulgarian scientists working at the National Astronomy Observatory.
The 20th edition of Bulgaria's largest and most impressive "Kukeri" event – the Surva Festival in Pernik – broke all of its previous attendance and participation records.
Bulgarian world ice-dancing champion, Albena Denkova, gave birth to a healthy baby boy Sunday in the St. Sofia hospital.
Colleges and universities in Great Britain are again the top choice of Bulgarian students who wish to continue their education abroad.
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria