Four Athletes Died in Separate Car Accidents in Northern Bulgaria

Black weekend for Bulgarian sport. Four people died in serious accidents in Northern Bulgaria. Among them are the volleyball coach from Pleven Stefka Velikova and two volleyball players from the club "Olympiec", and the other victim is the famous football coach Ferrario Spasov.

Bulgaria’ General Election Head into Final Stretch – April 4

Bulgaria's April 4 2021 parliamentary elections headed into the final stretch ahead of polls closing at 8pm, with problems with voting machines reported from various places, allegations of vote-buying, websites penalised for illegally publishing exit polls and indications on strong interest in voting abroad.

Bulgarian ‘Coal Emperor’ Behind Compensation Claim against Serbia

"He invested around 110 million euros in Serbia and he lost all that money," Milan Radunovic told BIRN. "He wanted to go to court because our government cancelled the agreement for the coalmine without any reason."

Kovachki's office in Sofia did not respond to a request for comment. Nor did the Serbian government.

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Farmers in Balgarene will be Compensated for Crop Damages from the Hail Stom

The farmers affected by the hail storm in the village of Balgarene, Pleven district, will be compensated in accordance with the damage assessment, Bulgaria's Minister of Agriculture, Rumen Porozhanov said on May 7 after he examined the damaged crops. A team of specialists started to assess the damages, reports BNT. 

Further € 109 m Will Be Invested in Border Region between Bulgaria and Romania

Further € 109 million will be invested under the Interreg V-A Romania-Bulgaria 2014-2020 Programme in the border region between the two countries. This became clear at the tenth meeting of the European Cross-Border Programme Monitoring Committee, which took place in Bulgaria's old capital Veliko Turnovo on 22nd of March.