A light earthquake with a 1.9 magnitude on the Richter scale was registered on the territory of Bulgaria Monday morning.
Researchers from a number of institutes of the Bulgaran Academy of Sciences (BAS) spoke out against reforms under way in the Academy at a press conference Sunday.
Seven tourist sites along Bulgaria's Black Sea coast will be closed following the state body for consumer protection inspections at hotels, restaurants, and places of entertainment for violations of clients' rights.
Bulgaria's 3rd annual gay parade "Sofia Pride" went without violent incidents largely thanks to the decisive actions of the 300 police officers guarding the rally.
Bulgaria's newest archaeological complex consisting of a tomb of an Ancient Thrace aristocrat and displaying a uniquely preserved Thracian chariot has been opened in the village of Karanovo Saturday.
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church is praying for the "repentance" and "sobering up" of the participants in the Sofia Pride gay parade, said Saturday in a sermon Plovdiv Bishop Nikolay.
Around 100 Bulgarian nationalists have gathered to protest against the "Sofia Pride" gay parade Saturday.
The fourth edition of the Bulgarian independent art festival "Water Tower" will take place at three different locations starting Saturday at the Water Tower in Sofia.
The life of a Bulgarian man with a blood alcohol content of 0.566% was saved in the Pirogov Hospital in Sofia overnight.
Kids in Bulgaria are starting to take drugs at an increasingly lower age and are resorting to new types of narcotics, according to experts.
Bulgaria is the only country in the EU that does not have a screening program for cancer, the Director of the National Oncology Hospital, Zdravka Valerianova announced.
One of the organizations who announced themselves against the "Sofia Pride" initiative has approached the Sofia's Prosecution's Office in a move to hinder Bulgaria's 3rd gay parade.
A day before the 3rd Sofia Pride gay parade, the organizers said they hope for a peaceful procession but are also prepared for potential incidents.
The Bulgarian government refuses to pay compensations to the Inokentii synod, which has sued the country last year in the European Court of Human Rights, on charges of violated rights to religious freedom.
Bulgaria's National Social Security Institute has voiced an alarm over the decreasing levels of collectability and the threat of a widening budget gap.
People in Bulgaria, France and Greece feel most acutely that poverty has increased in their country over the past year, shows a new Eurobarometer survey on social impacts of the economic crisis.
Bulgaria is experiencing excessive and permanent air pollution across its territory, with the amount of dust in the air exceeding all environmental standards, a survey by the Italian Statistics Institute shows.
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