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The cathedral can fit 10,000 people inside and has, on proud display, a " relic " which is probably a rib fragment from Alexander Nevsky , who was a prince and an Orthodox saint.
Code yellow has been issued for the regions of Vidin, Montana, Vratsa, Pleven, Lovech, Veliko Tarnovo, Gabrovo, Ruse, Razgrad, Silistra, Dobrich, Varna, Targovishte, Shumen, Sliven, Burgas, Yambol, Haskovo and Kardzhali.
A young politician has upended the geopolitical debate over energy that serves as a proxy for Bulgaria's rival factions.
Former Interior Minister Rumen Petkov claims that the Bulgarian Socialist Party is breaking its election promises regarding the Belene nuclear project.
A Bulgarian who burgled a family's home only nine days after arriving in Britain is a violent drug dealer who had been freed by police in exchange for informing on other crooks, it emerged yesterday.
After seven days of silence, Bulgaria's Interior Ministry admitted about a stifled uprising at the refugee center in Lyubimets .
UFO news out of Plovdiv, Bulgaria involves a group of young hikers who claim they photographed an alien while hiking in Yundola, which is a large meadow between Rila and Rhodope Mountains, a mountain range in southeastern Europe that lies primarily within Bulgaria and to a lesser extent in Greece.
Bulgaria's Parliament will start working on a comprehensive package of antitrust laws right after New Year holidays, according to socialist leader Sergei Stanishev .
Konstantin Dimitrov a.k.a. Samokovetsa, a key player on Bulgaria's contraband and drug market, was assassinated in broad daylight in Amsterdam on December 6, 2003.
The Supreme Administrative Court will review Thursday the complaint of French company Alstom over theft of industrial property in Bulgaria by Chinese company Insigma.
The short-term outlook for the Bulgarian petrochemicals industry will depend on the performance of external markets with Germany likely to be crucial to growth.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has vowed to come up with a stance on Budget 2014 after a careful analysis of the draft.