Bucharest-hosted 2023 Solar Decathlon Europe competition to receive partial gov't funding

The Romanian government will provide partial financial support for the organization of the 2023 Solar Decathlon Europe competition that will take place in Bucharest, Minister of Environment, Waters and Forests Barna Tanczos told a press conference on Thursday.

Train crashes in eastern Taiwan, killing 34, injuring dozens

A passenger train smashed into a vehicle on its tracks and partially derailed outside a rail tunnel in Taiwan on April 2, and police said at least 34 people were killed and dozens injured. Survivors were climbing out windows and onto roofs to reach safety in the island's worst railway disaster in decades.

Bulgaria: Over 5,000 Breaches of Construction Safety Regulations Found in December Alone

After an inspection ordered by the Supreme Administrative Prosecutor's Office 5092 breaches of construction safety regulations were found in the country only in December. The inspection was provoked by an incident at a construction site in near the Dimitar Petkov market  in Sofia, where one worker died and several others were injured.

Roman Furnace Almost 1,500 Years Old Unearthed in Bulgaria


A Roman furnace almost 1,500 years old was discovered during excavation works at a construction site in the town of  Silistra. According to archaeologists, this is the largest furnace for construction ceramics from the Roman era, discovered in Bulgaria, correspondent of BGNES for the region reports.