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The Police Found a Record Number of Weapons and Ammunition in a Garage in Sofia

A record number of weapons and ammunition were found in a garage in the Reduta district, NOVA reported.

Crime | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 12:38

Grigor Dimitrov: I will not Play in Sofia, this is a Private Tournament

Grigor Dimitrov spoke for the first time about his eventual participation in Sofia Open 2019.

Sports | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 12:35

Bulgarian Football Champion Ludogorets Might Pay Millions for Romanian Mbappé

Bulgarian Champion Ludogorets looks again at the Romanian market.

Sports | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 12:30

Parliament Will Discuss Today Laws on People with Disabilities

MPs are expected to give "green light" to the changes related to people with disabilities that will come into force in stages, reported bTV.

Politics » Domestic | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:51

EU Still Waiting For New Italian Budget Plans, Says Oettinger

European Commissioner Guenther Oettinger urged Italy on Wednesday to quickly submit a new budget with a lower deficit goal than previous plans which he described as being dangerous for Italy and the euro zone, reported Reuters.

World » EU | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:49

Bulgaria: Christians Opposed Proposed Discriminatory Bill that Is “A Sad Reminder of a Bygone Communist Past”

New legislation pending in Bulgaria would significantly restrict religious freedom and impair the free exercise of Christians in the former communist nation, writes American Center for Law and Justice.

Politics » Domestic | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:47

Change in Movement Around the National Stadium Due to a Football Match Today

Due to a football match at the National Stadium "Vasil Levski" Sofia Municipality introduces a special traffic organization in the center.

Politics » Domestic | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:41

Theresa May's Historic Humiliation: British PM Loses Three Brexit Votes in One Hour

British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered humiliation on a historic scale Tuesday as her government became the first to be found in contempt of Parliament, according to National Post.

World » EU | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:36

Today We are Celebrating the International Volunteer Day

On December 5th, we celebrate the International Volunteer Day, reported the Bulgarian National Television.

Society | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:33

Traffic in "Top Dol" Tunnel of the "Hemus" Motorway is Restricted

From 9:30 am to 4:00 pm the traffic in the "Topli dol" tunnel of ''Hemus'' Motorway in the tube to Varna will be limited.

Politics » Domestic | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:29

Protest in Sofia Against the Air Pollution Today

A protest is being organized on social networks because of the dirty air in the capital.

Society » Environment | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:25

Bulgaria Asks For Derogation of New Mobility Package in EU

Bulgaria will try to delay the enforcement of the new Mobility Package in the EU, this country’s Minister of Transport Rosen Zhelyazkov said in Brussels, quoted by the Bulgarian National Radio.

Business | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:22

Bulgaria Develops as Year-Round Tourist Destination

Bulgaria has been developing steadfastly as a year-round tourist destination, this country’s Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova said at the traditional annual meeting with the Ambassadors to Bulgaria, reported the Bulgarian National Radio.

Business » Tourism | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:20

The Measures Against the Dirty Air Remain in Force in Sofia

Even today, the measures of Sofia Municipality against the dirty air remain in force, except the green ticket.

Society » Environment | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:08

Bulgarian Beekeepers are Protesting on December 10th

Beekeepers from all over Bulgaria are protesting on Monday, December 10th.

Society | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:05

Macron Retreats on Fuel Tax Hikes in Bid to Calm French Protests

The French government has backed down on planned fuel tax hikes in a bid to draw the heat out of fierce protests that have escalated into the deepest crisis of Emmanuel Macron's presidency, reports AFP.

Politics | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 09:01

First Baby Born via Uterus Transplanted from Dead Donor

In a medical first, a mother who received a uterus transplant from a dead donor gave birth to a healthy baby, researchers reported Wednesday, reports AFP.

World | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 08:58

Trump Meets with German Auto Executives

Donald Trump met Tuesday with executives of Germany's three top auto manufacturers, amid efforts by Washington and Brussels to resolve the US president's complaints about imbalanced trade in the sector, reports AFP.

World | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 08:57

Sweden's Storytel Starts Operations in Bulgaria

Swedish streaming and publishing company Storytel said on Tuesday that it has launched operations on the Bulgarian market, its fifteenth globally, reports SeeNews.

Business | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 08:54

Bulgarian Producers Receiving State Help to Certify their Crops

At an event organized by Lidl Bulgaria on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the chain's presence in the country, the Bulgarian Minister of Agriculture, food and forests, Rumen Porozhanov, said that:  "From the beginning of next year, we will launc

Business » Industry | December 5, 2018, Wednesday // 08:52
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