Forensic investigators and researchers awaited access Sept. 3 to the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro, gutted in a fire, to find out how the blaze began and what remains of the 20 million artifacts that made the museum one of the most important in Latin America.
The badly decomposed remains of a man were recovered on Sunday from the eastern coast of the island of Evia.
The coast guard retrieved the body from a steep, rocky shore after being alerted to its presence.
The remains have been transferred to the department of forensic medicine and toxicology at the University of Athens, where an autopsy will be conducted.
The police found the body of the Polish tourists who disappeared at the beginning of July in Pomorie.
The body of the 41-year-old woman was found in a further search of wooded areas in the Pomorie area on Saturday morning.
The woman disappeared in early July.
The carcass, at an advanced stage of decomposition, was found in the Krotiria area. The woman hanged herself.
War victims’ clothes and other personal possessions, stored at the Institute of Forensic Medicine since 2003, are being transferred to a better location after calls to ensure that they are preserved.