Tragic assault in Brestovene leaves Grandmother injured over paltry sum

The horrifying event occurred late last night when the grandson, seeking to acquire the small sum of money, resorted to wielding a kitchen knife

Anthology “Scene For Children” releasing Gabrovski authors

The anthology "Scene for Children" is a joint edition of the Aprilov-Palauzov Regional Library - Gabrovo and the Institute of Literature at BAN and includes first editions of dramatic and poetic texts for children and adolescents by seven authors native to Gabrovo, Dryanovo and Sevlievo

Bulgaria: St. Nikola Wind Farm’s production rises to 7% in first nine months

The amount of electricity produced at the St. Nikola Wind Farm during the first nine months of 2022 increased by 7% in comparison to the same period in 2021. Consumers in Bulgaria received 270 115 MWh of sustainable energy from St. Nikola's turbines between January and the end of September 2022

Bulgaria: MEPs with a Joint Declaration to obtain Schengen membership

Bulgarian MEPs from all organizations released joint declaration in favour of the entrance to Schengen in connection with today's impending debate in the European Parliament about the membership of Romania and Bulgaria in the region of Schengen

Bulgaria elections: Former Prime Minister Borisov takes back the presidency, Lowest voting recorded in 32 years

The centre-right GERB party, led by former prime minister Boyko Borisov has won the Sunday parliamentary elections in Bulgaria. GERB appears to have achieved 25.4% of the vote, with 99% of the votes tabulated

Burgas: District Court takes remand of three Turkish people charged with transportation of drugs across border

The District Court of Burgas took the remand of three Turkish people arrested for transporting narcotics substances across the Border. They are identified as Gurdzhan O., Mert O., and Shenol J. All three are Bulgarian citizens and also holds Turkish citizenship

Bulgaria stops Macedonia’s path to EU despite support from Spain

Bulgaria showed dissaproval to North Macedonia's integration into 27- Nation European Union despite of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's offer of his country's full support to North Macedonia. On Monday, Spain's PM Sanchez talked with North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski about the same. The country bid its name to become a member of the EU, but Bulgaria rejected their entry, and any move by the EU to add new members requires unanimous approval.

Maria Zakharova slams Bulgarian PM Kiril Petkov’s statements on Russia

The spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, criticizing Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov's statements about Russia's threat, said, Speculations about Russia's alleged interference in the internal matters of Bulgaria is a sign of political hatred.

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Ukrainian Woman Detained in Sunny Beach After Attempted Bribery of Police Officers

Promptly intervening, the police halted the vehicle, revealing that the driver was none other than the aforementioned Ukrainian national, holding temporary residence in the Sunny Beach locale
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Ministry of Transport Cancels Tender for Single-Deck Motor Trains, Shifts to Direct Contracting Approach

Under Acting Minister of Transport Georgi Gvozdeikov's leadership, Bulgaria's transportation landscape is shifting. He canceled a BGN 1.1 billion tender for 35 single-deck motor trains, signaling a decisive move towards a more tailored procurement approach

Bulgaria Day Declared in Vancouver: Celebrating Culture and Heritage in British Columbia

Bulgaria's rich heritage is set to be honored in the heart of British Columbia as May 24th is officially declared Bulgaria Day in the vibrant city of Vancouver

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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