Vulture marked in Bulgaria became hostage to the Yemeni army. The story begins in the autumn of 2018 when the vulture starts its traditional autumn migration. Flying through Yemen where currently is war conflict happening, though, caught by local people. Once the authorities understand that there is a transmitter, the Griffon Vulture, which is a protected species, is captured.
Paper collectors say that what is painful for them is not working 12 hours and walking 20 kilometers a day, but the prejudice the public shows against them. "Do not approach us as if we are stricken with plague. We are only trying to make ends meet," say many of them, with whom daily Hürriyet has conducted interviews.