"The situation is serious.
"The situation is serious.
Another 7 people from the nursing home “Vazrazhdane” in Ruse tested positive for coronavirus.
A driver passed through the intersection of "Fritjof Nansen" Blvd.
Ten cases of COVID-19 in a children's football team in Yambol have been confirmed.
A gunman in Ukraine armed with an automatic rifle and grenades has surrendered to police and released 13 hostages after the country’s president consented to his demand to recommend the 2005 animal rights documentary Earthlings, narrated by Joaquin Phoenix
Istanbul's historic Hagia Sophia has reopened for Friday prayers for the first time since a decision was made to turn it back into a mosque after more than 80 years as a museum, CNN reports.
Even as Spain battles the coronavirus, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says there's another issue that "all Spaniards are witnessing" -- the "unsettling reports" about the murky finances of the royal family.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced a $1 billion loan to Latin America and the Caribbean for Covid-19 vaccine access during a virtual gathering with his Latin American counterparts on Wednesday, according to a statement released by the Mexican Fore
Italy introduces a mandatory 14-day quarantine for those arriving from Bulgaria and Romania
The Deputy Prime Minister for Demographic Policy and Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova started meetings with the tourism industry this afternoon to seek a way out of the crisis in the sector most affected by the coronavirus - tourism.
Boris Johnson has hit out at anti-vaccination conspiracy theorists describing them as “nuts”.
The second PCR test of Premier Boyko Borissov has returned negative, the government press office informs.
The head of the office of the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov - Denitsa Jeleva has a positive test for COVID-19.
The National Assembly adopted the cabinet changes announced on Thursday after a session of the Coalition Council.
There are 269 new cases of COVID-19 infection in the past 24 hours in Bulgaria - 61 less than the previous day.
The 15th day of protests against the government in Bulgaria ended without serious violations of public order.
In an extraordinary plenary session, MEPs commented on the 17-21 July European Council deal on EU financing and the recovery plan to tackle the pandemic fallout.
The leader of the main ethnic Albanian party in North Macedonia said he has been invited to appear as a witness at the special international court on alleged crimes during and after the Kosovo’s 1998-1999 war, in which he fought.
New Zealand: No Active COVID-19 Cases
Emergency Epidemic Situation in Bulgaria will be Prolonged