Bulgaria Sacks 1 500 Teachers, 80 Schools Close Doors for Ever

80 schools will be closed all over Bulgaria over decisions made by local municipal councils.

Society » Education | June 15, 2009, Monday // 13:58 | Viewed: 2658

Former Bulgarian Mayor Found Dead

Former mayor of a western Bulgarian town has been found dead in the well of his house in an apparent suicide.

Society | June 15, 2009, Monday // 13:21 | Viewed: 1721

Bulgarian Scientists Discover Critical Aging Gene

Bulgarian scientists have allegedly discovered one of the genes that causes cells to die, which may be able to eventually help slow down the aging process.

Society | June 15, 2009, Monday // 09:55 | Viewed: 2385

Foreign Scientists Study Bulgaria Ornithology Wealth

Ornithologists from Sweden, the Netherlands and the UK along with Bulgarian colleagues begin monitoring the biodiversity of two Black Sea coast lakes.

Society » Environment | June 14, 2009, Sunday // 19:45 | Viewed: 5611

Bulgarians, Foreigners Reenact Ancient Battles at Roman Town

Bulgarians and foreigners reenacted battles and fought with ancient weapons at Nikopolis ad Istrum Sunday.

Society » Culture | June 14, 2009, Sunday // 16:33 | Viewed: 6217

Father in Bulgaria-Poland Custody Saga Ready to Turn Over Son

Todor Vasilev, the Bulgarian father of the two children involved in the custody battle with their Polish mother, declared he was ready to turn over his son to the mother.

Society | June 14, 2009, Sunday // 12:50 | Viewed: 1776

Bulgarian Judge Doicheva Receives Kosovo Court Position

The European Union Special Representative (EUSR) in Kosovo, Pieter Feith, has appointed a Bulgarian judge to the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo.

Society | June 13, 2009, Saturday // 17:51 | Viewed: 2473

Bulgaria Bids Farewell to Prominent Historian, Writer Mutafchieva

Bulgaria bid farewell Friday to one of its most prominent historians and writers, Vera Mutafchieva.

Society | June 12, 2009, Friday // 19:06 | Viewed: 2292

Bulgaria Football Star Berbatov Might Become Father Soon - Report

A team of journalists from the Bulgarian daily "168 Chassa" (168 Hours) claims that Bulgaria's football star and Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov could soon become father.

Society | June 12, 2009, Friday // 18:50 | Viewed: 6260

European Court Throws Out Bulgarian Government Church Appeal

The European Court of Human Rights has thrown out the Bulgarian Government's appeal against the recent Inokentii synod ruling.

Society | June 12, 2009, Friday // 15:17 | Viewed: 1696

Sicilian Prosecutor Announces Search for Missing Bulgarian Diver

The prosecutor's office in the Sicilian town of Trapani has started an official search for a missing 28-year-old Bulgarian diver.

Society | June 12, 2009, Friday // 12:54 | Viewed: 1098

Bulgaria Front PM Runner Borisov Undergoes Leg Surgery

The leg surgery of Sofia's Mayor, Boyko Borisov, conducted Thursday morning has been successful and without complications.

Society | June 11, 2009, Thursday // 16:07 | Viewed: 3038

Six Bulgarian Beaches Fail Brussels Tests

Six out of ninety-three bathing areas along Bulgaria's Black Sea coast do not meet the mandatory values for cleanliness of the water, according to a report of the European Commission.

Society » Environment | June 11, 2009, Thursday // 15:52 | Viewed: 3711

Bulgaria Students to Get Behavior Grade in Fall

Bulgaria's Cabinet approved during its regular Thursday meeting significant changes in the education sector.

Society » Education | June 11, 2009, Thursday // 15:04 | Viewed: 1944

Earth to Crash into Mars in Far Future

Astronomers calculate there is a tiny chance that Mars or Venus could crash with Earth

Society » Environment | June 11, 2009, Thursday // 14:47 | Viewed: 12698

Bulgarian Conductor Takes Princeton Symphony Role

Bulgarian conductor Rossen Milanov has been appointed to lead the Princeton Symphony Orchestra in the US.

Society » Culture | June 11, 2009, Thursday // 14:42 | Viewed: 2222

Cohabitation Remains "Illegal" in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Parliament has refused to pass a legislation that would allow couples to have civil partnership.

Society | June 11, 2009, Thursday // 11:36 | Viewed: 1839

World's First Book Written on Facebook Presented by Bulgaria Author

The long-time Bulgarian journalist, businessman, and PR expert, Maxim Behar, has presented Wednesday in Sofia his book "111 Rules on Facebook".

Society » Culture | June 10, 2009, Wednesday // 19:45 | Viewed: 2876

Bulgarian Red Cross Warns of Red Crescent Violation

The Bulgarian Red Cross has alerted Bulgarian authorities that the Red Crescent has been registered in Targovishte in a direct violation of the Geneva Convention.

Society | June 10, 2009, Wednesday // 19:06 | Viewed: 3127

UK Author Seddon Praises Bulgaria Development Pace

UK author Sue Seddon has stated that Brits have started to discover Bulgaria as a cheap alternative to Prague and Dublin.

Society | June 10, 2009, Wednesday // 12:40 | Viewed: 1791

Bulgaria’s Archaeology Summer Season Kicks off

Archaeologist Diana Dimitrova and her team started Bulgaria's archaeological summer season with excavations close to the city of Sliven.

Society » Archaeology | June 9, 2009, Tuesday // 20:37 | Viewed: 2881
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