Green algae that occurred in the sea off the western Turkish province of İzmir have caused “surprise and fear” among locals, local media reported Nov. 6. Click through for the story in photos...
An expert has warned that sea lettuces and green algae that occurred in the sea off the western Turkish province of İzmir may poison passersby if authorities fail to take measures. Click through for the story in photos...
The main opposition leader has slammed the government after two soldiers died of hypothermia while keeping the night guard in the eastern Anatolian province, demanding a full-scale probe into the incident.
A Visitor Information Centre for Rila National Park will open in Blagoevgrad's Varosha, the old town. Its construction has officially started today, Focus News Agency reported. The project aimed at building protected areas capacity is funded under the Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020.
AFP - A strange fossil that looks a bit like a giant leaf, or a fingerprint the size of a coffee table, has intrigued scientists for decades.
Thousands of the fossils have been found over the past seven decades, revealing that it lived at the bottom of the ocean, without a mouth, intestines or anus, half a billion years ago.
A Turkish man who opened his supposed biological father's grave has found the remains of a woman, according to DNA results cited by local media.
Sofia. The weekly clinical examinations in pig farms continue, the areas that fall within the protection zone have already been identified, Dr Alexandra Miteva, Head of the Animal Welfare Department of the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency (BFSA), told Focus Radio, commenting on the spread of the African swine fever virus in Bulgaria.