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Armed Robbery Attempt at Shivachevo Town Hall: Assailants Target ATM, Security Guard Escapes Unharmed

The assailants' primary target was an ATM inside the building, with the clear intention of stealing cash, according to reports from bTV. The robbery attempt, which occurred around 5:00 AM, saw the perpetrators firing shots at the on-duty security guard

European Court of Human Rights Criticizes Bulgaria’s Asset Confiscation Practices

The court found that Bulgarian authorities failed to establish a clear link between confiscated properties and the crimes for which individuals were convicted, consolidating five complaints into a single case

Train Collision at Sofia Central Station Results in Minor Injuries and Service Disruptions

Transport Minister Georgi Gvozdeikov confirmed that the incident occurred around 4:40 PM when a stationary train bound for Plovdiv was struck from behind by another train performing a maneuver with three carriages

Tragic Landslide in Papua New Guinea’s Enga Province Claims Thousands of Lives

The National Disaster Center has reported a tragic increase in the death toll, initially estimated at around 100, as rescue teams continue their struggle against immense challenges in the search for survivors

Bulgaria: Severe Shortage of Doctors and Unutilized Paramedics Leave Lives at Risk

The Union of Paramedics in Bulgaria highlights the urgent need for reform. Many European Union countries have already transitioned to a system where paramedics handle most emergency cases, reserving doctors for highly specialized situations

Bulgaria’s Sofia-Burgas High-Speed Train Line to be completed by 2027

This ambitious project aims to significantly enhance the speed and safety of the Bulgarian State Railways (BDZ), with trains expected to travel at speeds of up to 160 km/h, reducing travel time between the two cities to approximately three hours

Mayor Atanas Kunchev Announces Tree Trimming “Copy” Street to Prepare for Future Bus Routes

This initiative aims to facilitate the future diversion of public transport buses along this route. The trimming activities will be conducted daily from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM to minimize disruptions during peak hours

Bulgaria Dominates European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships with Triple Gold Triumph in Budapest

Under the expert guidance of coach Valentina Ivanova, Nikolova delivered exceptional performances across all four routines, amassing a total of 143.750 points. Her breakdown included 35.700 on the hoop, 37.200 on the ball, 36.050 on clubs, and 34.800 on the ribbon

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Armed Robbery Attempt at Shivachevo Town Hall: Assailants Target ATM, Security Guard Escapes Unharmed

The assailants' primary target was an ATM inside the building, with the clear intention of stealing cash, according to reports from bTV. The robbery attempt, which occurred around 5:00 AM, saw the perpetrators firing shots at the on-duty security guard
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European Court of Human Rights Criticizes Bulgaria’s Asset Confiscation Practices

The court found that Bulgarian authorities failed to establish a clear link between confiscated properties and the crimes for which individuals were convicted, consolidating five complaints into a single case

Train Collision at Sofia Central Station Results in Minor Injuries and Service Disruptions

Transport Minister Georgi Gvozdeikov confirmed that the incident occurred around 4:40 PM when a stationary train bound for Plovdiv was struck from behind by another train performing a maneuver with three carriages

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Bulgaria witnesses red aurora lights, the rarest of a rare phenomenon

Bulgaria observes an unusual red glow in the skies believed to be red Aurora lights. The rare phenomenon causes multicoloured lights to dance in the sky. The red and magenta colours were the most dominant
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Bulgaria: WCC, BSP absent during political consultation meet with President Radev

Among the parties who refused to attend the meeting was - Kiril Petkov's We Continue the Change (WCC) party, as its members were occupied with the parliamentary budget committee meeting.