The Turkish Embassy in Moscow received an envelope containing white powder, Hurriyet reported on Feb.
FYROM President Gjorge Ivanov expressed his gratitude to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Turkey’s support regarding the name dispute with Greece during the corner’s visit to Ankara, Protothema reported.
German Justice Department has announced that three scientists from the prestigious Max Planck Institute are being prosecuted for cruelty as part of experiments on animal brains, AFP reported.
Virtually all cities - future hosts of matches from this year's football World Cup in Russia, will limit alcohol sales during the games, and in places and the day before, informs Izvestia, referring to local authorities.
17 Turkish officials have asked for political asylum in Greece after sailing with an inflatable boat to a Greek island, RIA Novosti reported.
The Wikimedia Foundation decided to discontinue the free-of-charge Wikipedia Zero service for emerging markets, said engadget.
Children in the State of Missouri sell raffle tickets with an AR-15 as a prize, according to Newfoundation.
77 civilians, including 20 children, were killed in Syrian armed forces' intense bombing of eastern Ghouta near the Damascus insurgency enclave, according to the Syrian Center for Human Rights Surveillance, quoted by the BBC.
Israel can take action directly against Iran, not just against its allies in the Middle East.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has admitted there could be introduction of new sanctions against Russian officials, RIA Novosti reports, citing an interview with local TV by the US politician.
Swastika was painted at the door of the Polish embassy in Israel, BNT reported.
More than 230 Romanians have applied for permanent residence in Canada after the removal of the Ottawa visa regime for Bulgarians and Romanians since December last year, Canadian Assistant Deputy Minister for Immigration Affairs Paul McKinnon said.
Women in Saudi Arabia can now start their own businesses without the consent of a husband or relative, after the kingdom seeks to expand the rapidly growing private sector, according to France press.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan