Volunteers compare the extent of the contamination to coral reefs made of plastic, writes NOVA TV.
Divers from an international non-governmental organization have removed thousands of plastic bags from the water off the Greek island of Andros. Volunteers compare the extent of the contamination to coral reefs made of plastic.
The money will finance the activities of the specialized unit "National Toll Management", writes NOVA TV.
The government has allocated an additional BGN 89 998 200 under the budget of the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works for 2019 to finance the activities of a specialized unit of National Toll Management, BGNES reported.
At least 18 people were killed in a small military plane crash. The plane belongs to the Pakistani Army's aviation unit, Nova TV reported. The incident occurred in a residential area in Rawalpindi on Tuesday morning during a routine training flight.
Five crew members including the pilots and 13 civilians were among the dead, rescue services said. The wounded were 12.
He will begin the new week as the 57th rocket in the world, writes NOVA TV.
Grigor Dimitrov retreated with four more positions in the world rankings and will start the new week as the 57th rocket in the world. The best Bulgarian tennis player dropped out last week at the start in Atlanta, where he lost against World No. 405 Kevin King.
The TAD GROUP owner Ivan Todorov is being searched for in the Schengen area, NOVA TV reported. Ivan Todorov is accused of instigating the of personal data leak from the NRA which affected millions of Bulgarians.
He said he could not say for sure whether the incident was the result of an attack on the part of the competition.
She will take the high post on 1 August, writes NOVA TV.
Bulgarian Zhivka Petkova became Director of Strategy and Regulation Department at the European Commission. Petkova, who is currently in the interim team of the newly elected Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, will take the high post on August 1st.
The decision was approved by the Council of Ministers, writes NOVA TV.
Bulgaria will provide humanitarian aid of € 200,000 to tackle migration. This will happen after an agreement is signed between the European Economic Bank and the government. The decision was approved by the Council of Ministers, the government information service said.