Dead Dolphins Found on Sozopol's Beach, Bulgaria

The bodies of two dolphins, one of which was expecting offspring, were dumped from the sea in the Sozopol area.

There are gunshot wounds on them, BTV reports. The animals appeared on Aleppo beach. Vacationers come across the unpleasant sight. "It's a sad sight. This is not the first or the last case. I have seen a lot of discarded dolphins," said Georgi Shitsov.

Barry Eichengreen: Economic recovery will be like a ‘Nike Swoosh’

The steep contraction of the global economy will be followed by a slow rebound as the coronavirus pandemic starts to subside, Barry Eichengreen, the George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, tells Kathimerini.

The Greek American who captured the zeitgeist in fashion illustration

Blogger Gina Moyer writes that fashion illustration has the "dexterity to freeze a moment in history through the lenses of artistic style, attitudes reflective of the time period, and the latest trends in fashion..." George Stavrinos (1948-90) did much more than that.

Self-isolating elderly women sew clothes for kids in need

As millions of senior citizens in Turkey are confined to their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic, 15 women from a co-operative in the Black Sea province of Kastamonu are spending time at home by sewing dresses for children in need.
Women produce new dresses for children by restoring old dresses and unused fabrics.