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Bulgarian Tourist Interest in Germany Soars, Anticipating Surge Ahead of European Football Championship

According to Cristian Sallai, the manager of the German Tourist Board for South-Eastern Europe, Bulgarian travelers to Germany saw a substantial uptick of nearly 16% compared to the previous year

New Legislation Proposed in Bulgaria to Ban Sale of Energy Drinks to Minors

Citing a myriad of health hazards linked to the consumption of caffeinated energy beverages, proponents of the legislation stress the imperative need for a robust legal framework to shield the younger population from potential dangers

Rising Costs Impact Annual Vehicle Inspections in Bulgaria

This surge in fees is attributed to several factors, as highlighted by Emil Panchev, the general secretary of the Union of Bulgarian Motorists (SBA), in an interview with "The Telegraph"

Bulgaria Initiates Overhaul of MiG-29 Engines Amidst Transition to F-16 Block 70

This decision to overhaul the MiG-29 engines follows a strategic imperative to enhance combat readiness and align operational capabilities with the impending induction of the F-16 Block 70 aircraft into Bulgaria's aerial arsenal

Bulgarian MMA Fighters Shine at European Championships: Claiming Silver and Bronze in Belgrade

Led by their President and former UFC fighter, Stanislav Nedkov, the Bulgarian National MMA Team left a lasting impression on the tournament, affirming their status as formidable contenders in the European MMA scene

Bulgarian Parliament Rejects Proposed Gambling Advertisement Restrictions

In a contentious session marked by impassioned debate, the Bulgarian Parliament has decisively voted against proposed amendments to the Gambling Act aimed at restricting the advertisement of gambling activities

Bulgarian Football Legend Hristo Stoichkov Honored Among Top 100 Players

The revered striker has been recognized by the renowned British publication, the Daily Mail, securing the 43rd spot in their esteemed ranking of the 100 greatest football players in history

Bulgaria Braces for Strong Winds: Citizens Urged to Take Precautions

In response to the weather alert, the Directorate of Emergency Assistance and Prevention at Sofia Municipality has mobilized teams to conduct on-site visits and stand ready to respond promptly to any emergency signals

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Troubled Waters: Residents of Brestovitsa Protest Over Contaminated Tap Water

"There's no solution; we're dealing with it the same way as four years ago – with a lot of nerves, fetching water from wherever going to hospitals, and buying medicine. When the water isn't fit for drinking, health problems arise," Tomov expressed during an interview on bTV
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Bansko, Bulgaria’s Premier Mountain Resort, Emerges Victorious in Winter Tourism Revival

From the onset of December to April 15, Bansko witnessed a remarkable influx of visitors, resulting in over 656,000 overnight stays – a remarkable uptick compared to previous winter seasons

Dr Ernest Hilaire recognizes Johnathan and Aisha, force behind Jazz & Arts Festival

Each Caribbean Island is well known for the festivals. These highlight the rich and vibrant heritage of the country. Saint Lucia every year hosts a Jazz & Arts Festival that emerges to be not just an event but a mark of the country’s rich history. 

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Shocking Trend: Nipple Thefts in Thailand Linked to Breast Surgeries

Uncover the shocking news of nipple thefts in Thailand amid the surge in breast surgeries. A cautionary alert for those considering cosmetic procedures abroad. Stay informed, stay vigilant

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