Bulgaria: Thirteen districts turned into COVID red zones

Bulgaria is undergoing severe damage from the COVID-19 virus, and the condition has worsened to such a level that 13 districts in the country are turned into red zones. The world has been through various COVID-19 waves, and nearly the whole world combatted with the pandemic.

Bulgaria emerges home to Mad Dogs after vanishes from entire Europe

Europe’s affectionately known as the ‘Mad Dog’ and the ‘McDonnell Douglas’ prominently known as MD-80 lineage of narrow-body aircraft lived up to a 20-year production run that saw nearly production of 1200 of these planes. With the influx of time, these series became increasingly antique and less common among aircraft. In Europe, these planes are barely found flying, but Bulgaria is one of them.

PM Kiril Petkov finds ITN’s withdrawal money-oriented

Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov has made it clear that he doesn't see any rigid reason behind Slavi Trifono's ITN's withdrawal from negotiations on forming a new government.

Fifty – seven individuals received climate-resilient homes in Dominica

Fifty-seven individuals at the State House Commonwealth on Thursday, July 14, 2022, have received keys to the climate-resilient houses by the government of the Commonwealth of Dominica. During the landfall of Tropical Storm, Erica, and Hurricane Maria in 2015 and 2017several families lost their homes which is why the government vowed to provide climate-resilient homes to the people.

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister asks Russian Ambassador to stop insulting country’s institutions

PM Petkov noted that he specially called the Russian Ambassador on Sunday, March 6, asking her to adhere to norms of diplomatic communication. 

UN Secretary-General: Human rights at ‘under assault’ everywhere

While addressing the annual session of the Council, he said, "Human rights cannot be confiscated by dictators or erased by poverty. Nor are they a luxury that can be left for later. They are inescapable and powerful". 

Presidents of 9 nations, including Bulgaria calls EU to grant membership to Ukraine

Presidents of 9 Central and Eastern European nations have asked the European Union Commission to call a meeting granting Ukraine membership of the union immediately.

COVID in Bulgaria: Last weeks records 460 deaths, 21,383 cases

As per the data shared by the Ministry of Health in the Unified Information Portal, the previous week witnessed a total of 460 COVID-19 related fatalities.

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Romania strengthens Black Sea defence with British minesweepers

"Romania has been trying for a long time to present the Black Sea region as a region of interest for the alliance, the eastern flank, and the EU," Minister Tilvar stated

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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