Two cities in Northern Bulgaria saw their summer heat records broken on Thursday.
Fire broke out Thursday night in a deserted building in the very downtown of the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
The oldest Bulgarian newspaper in Serbia, "Bratstvo" (Brotherhood), is near bankruptcy after the Serbian government cut by 75% the state funding of the media.
The first book ever written on Facebook, "111 Rules on Facebook", was presented by its author Maxim Behar in the Black Sea city of Varna Wednesday night.
An 18-year-old German tourist has died in a hotel in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort of Sunny Beach, Burgas police reported Tuesday.
An American citizen is accused of doing illegal remodeling works of the "Hadzhi Nikoly" inn in the city of Veliko Tarnovo.
Sixty-two American Peace Corps Volunteers are ready to begin work in Bulgarian communities, the US Embassy in Sofia reported.
A second small-scale earthquake was felt in Southwest Bulgaria Sunday evening.
Bulgarian high school student, Lyuboslav Panchev, won the gold at the International Mathematics Olympiad in Bremen, Germany.
A light earthquake of 3,0 on the Richter scale was registered Sunday around 4:30 pm in Southwestern Bulgaria, in the Blagoevgrad Region.
Maria Laura Algora from Argentina was chosen as Miss Festival 2009 at the international Veliko Tarnovo Folk Fest.
Bulgarian archeologists, from the team of Konstantin Gospodinov discovered new finds during excavations of a Thracian village.
Over 100 monuments of the Bulgarian national hero, revolutionary Vasil Levski (1837-1873) exist around the world.
A large fire broke out in a former printing house in the southern Bulgarian city of Plovdiv.
A 21-year-old girl was killed by a lightning in Bulgaria's largest Black Sea resort of Sunny Beach.
Two men died perished Saturday during illegal coal mining near the town of Bobovdol in Southwest Bulgaria.
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