Freezing Cold in Bulgaria Next Week, Temperatures Plummet

The sky over Bulgaria in recent days was dust-laden and colored in orange, and in Western Europe they post pictures of rusty snow cover. This is due to powerful dust storms in Sahara and a southerly wind carrying the desert sand to Europe. This happens against the background of unusually warm February in our country.

Navigating the Three Seas Initiative

Established in 2015 on the initiative of the Polish and Croatian presidents, 3SI was handed a momentum boost the following year when the administration of Donald Trump gave its backing. On the map, the 3SI team sheet builds a block running right across Europe from north to south and linking the Baltic, Black and Adriatic Seas.

Man turns waste into sculptures of endangered animals

A man turns wooden and metal objects dumped on the streets into sculptures of endangered animals to raise awareness about nature and the environment.

For the past few years, the 48-year old artist Müslüm Özcan, living in Turkey's northwestern Edirne province, has been cruising streets and industrial districts to collect materials to be used in art pieces.

Greece welcomes foreign visitors, restarts summer tourism

Greece reopened its main airports to more international flights on Monday, hoping to kick-start its vital tourism sector after three months in lockdown.
Tourism employs about 700,000 people and accounts for some 20% of Greece's economic output, so how the sector fares is significant for the country's recovery. Greece emerged from a decade-long debt crisis two years ago.