Turkey Detains Nearly 600 for Opposing Syrian Offensive

 Turkey has so far detained 573 people for social media posts and protests criticizing its military offensive in Syria, the government said on Monday, quoted by Reuters.

World » Southeast Europe | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:54 | Viewed: 2026

Turkish President Meets Pope, Expected to Discuss Jerusalem

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan met Pope Francis on Monday to discuss Jerusalem and the fallout from U.

World » Southeast Europe | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:40 | Viewed: 1888

China Advises its Tourists to Avoid Maldives Till Politics Stabilize

China’s foreign ministry on Monday advised Chinese citizens to avoid visiting the Maldives until political tensions subside on the Indian Ocean archipelago, Reuters writes.

World | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:37 | Viewed: 1301

Thousands of Corsicans Demanded Greater Autonomy from France

Thousands of Corsican nationalists protested in Ajaccio, the island's capital, for greater autonomy from France, Euronews reported.

World | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:13 | Viewed: 1076

EU's Barnier to Meet May in London TOMORROW Ahead of Crunch Talks with Davis

Michel Barnier will fly into London on Monday where he will head to Downing Street to meet the UK's Brexit negotiator David Davis for a working lunch before talks enter the second phase of negotiations, Daily Express reported.

World » EU | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:07 | Viewed: 1680

Tesla Launches Sales of Solar Panels and Batteries in Supermarkets

Tesla company, owned by Elon Musk, has agreed with one of America's largest home shopping supermarkets, Home Depot.

World | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:05 | Viewed: 2158

Serbia and Montenegro have a Chance to Enter the EU by 2025

The European Commission intends to speed up the process of EU accession to the Western Balkan countries, according to Die Welt, quoted by BGNES.

World » EU | February 5, 2018, Monday // 10:38 | Viewed: 2356

Afghanistan has Postponed its Parliamentary Elections Once Again

Afghanistan's Independent Electoral Commission (NIC) chairman Gula Djan Abdulbaday Sayad said the upcoming parliamentary and local elections in the country are likely to be postponed for several more months, TOLOnews quoted by FOCUS news agency as saying.

World | February 5, 2018, Monday // 10:34 | Viewed: 1270

Hopes For Talks Grow with North Korea's Ceremonial Leader to Visit South Korea for Olympics

 North Korea’s ceremonial leader will make an unprecedented visit to South Korea this week, officials said on Monday, as hopes grow for high-level inter-Korean talks during the Winter Olympics that begin in four days, Reutersreported.

World | February 5, 2018, Monday // 09:57 | Viewed: 1074

EU Politicians Set To Vote On Whether To Scrap Daylight Saving Time

The European Parliament decides whether to cancel the daylight saving time.

World » EU | February 5, 2018, Monday // 09:30 | Viewed: 2559

The Number of Civilian Casualties in Turkish Air Strikes in Syria has Reached 150 People

The number of civilians who died as a result of air strikes and artillery shelling by the Turkish Army in northern Syria reached 150 people, head of Afrin's Health Department, Angela Richho, told the Kurdish rebels related news agency Farat.

World | February 4, 2018, Sunday // 12:58 | Viewed: 2049

South Africa Gold Mine: All 955 Trapped Workers Freed

All 955 workers from a gold mine in South Africa have been safely brought back to the surface.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 14:38 | Viewed: 1969

Russia Marking 75th Anniversary Of Bloody Battle Of Stalingrad

Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to attend ceremonies in the city formerly known as Stalingrad as it marks the 75th anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles in World War II.

World » Russia | February 2, 2018, Friday // 14:35 | Viewed: 3235

Migrant Boat Capsizes: 90 Feared Dead Off Coast of Libya

Ninety people are feared to have drowned off the coast of Libya after a smuggler’s migrant boat capsized, the UN’s migration agency and its partner agencies are reporting.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 13:49 | Viewed: 1445

The EU and the US are Discussing Cooperation in New Technologies

US and EU delegations discussed their cooperation on new technologies, including the development of the new 5G mobile communication format, the US State Department said on Thursday.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 13:49 | Viewed: 2161

Rihanna Urged World Leaders to Provide Money for Education to the Poorest

On Thursday Rihanna used her glamour of star to call on powerful countries to commit to providing education to the poorest in the world.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 13:26 | Viewed: 1938

Supermodel Kate Upton Complained About Sexual Harassment

American model and actress Kate Upton accused one of the founders of "Guess" brand designer Paul Marciano for sexual harassment, USA Today reported.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 13:19 | Viewed: 1421

Threatening Letter Sent to Greek Minister Over Talks on Macedonia's Name

Greece has launched an investigation after its foreign minister received a letter from unknown sources threatening him and his family over efforts to resolve a dispute over the name of Macedonia, the Greek civil protection minister said on Friday, cited b

World » Southeast Europe | February 2, 2018, Friday // 12:26 | Viewed: 2373

Two Popular Russian Journalists got into a Fight During a Radio Broadcast Because of Stalin

Two popular Russian journalists got into a fight during a radio broadcast, which was live on YouTube, BNT reported.

World » Russia | February 2, 2018, Friday // 10:09 | Viewed: 2062

EU Threatens Sanctions to Stop Britain Undercutting Economy

Sanctions are being threatened by the European Union to prevent Britain undermining the bloc’s economy after Brexit, The Times.

World » EU | February 2, 2018, Friday // 09:52 | Viewed: 2855

At least 18 Injured After Van Slams into Pedestrians in Shanghai

A van ploughed into pedestrians after veering onto a crowded sidewalk in a busy area of central Shanghai on Friday (Feb 2), leaving at least 18 people injured, three of them seriously, city authorities said.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 09:46 | Viewed: 1160
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