Turkey Dismisses French Marks on Syria Campaign as 'Insults'

Turkey on Thursday dismissed cautionary remarks from France about its military operation in northern Syria as “insults”, signaling continued strain between Ankara and its NATO allies over the incursion, Reuters reports.

World » Southeast Europe | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 13:22 | Viewed: 1929

UK and EU Set For Clash Over Citizens' Rights During Transition

Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that European citizens arriving in Britain after Brexit next year may lose some rights, setting up a clash with the European Union over their treatment during any transition period.

World » EU | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 11:48 | Viewed: 1972

Romanian President: EU Can’t Link Funding to Rule of Law

Restricting access to EU funds for rogue countries would break the bloc’s own laws, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said Wednesday, cited by Politico.

World » EU | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 09:32 | Viewed: 4387

Unemployment in the Eurozone is the Lowest Since 9 Years

Unemployment in the eurozone has remained at the lowest levels for the past nine years, аccording to the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) published on Wednesday 31 January.

World » EU | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 14:40 | Viewed: 1921

Authorities in Poland have Banned Stores from Working on Sundays

Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a law banning shops to work on Sunday, Dnevnik reported.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 14:15 | Viewed: 1262

TIME Magazine Ranks Kosovo PM Haradinaj Among ‘5 Most Wanted Geopolitical Fugitives of 2018’

The Time Magazine has ranked Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj among the five most wanted “geopolitical fugitives of 2018”, Gazeta Express reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 13:31 | Viewed: 2522

The Taliban Control 70% of Afghanistan's Territory

The Taliban control 70% of Afghanistan, according to a study released by the BBC.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 12:41 | Viewed: 1453

A Turkish Military Convoy has been Attacked in Syria, There are Casualties

Members of the People's Self-Defense Force (YPG), which according to Ankara are linked to the forbidden Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), have attacked a Turkish military convoy in the northern Syrian town of Idlib, daily Sabah reports.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 12:25 | Viewed: 2143

Facebook Prohibits the Advertising of Cryptocurrency

Facebook will ban the advertising of cryptocurrency and binary options, the social network press service said on its website.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 10:54 | Viewed: 1262

UK PM May Says She Wants Free Trade Deal with China

 Britain is seeking a free trade agreement with China, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday as she flew to the country for talks with Chinese leaders, adding that more should be done immediately to open up market access for British firms, accordin

World » EU | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 10:44 | Viewed: 2592

Sochi Talks End, Constitutional Committee to be Formed

A proposal to form a constitutional committee was agreed on Tuesday at the Syrian National Dialogue Congress in the Russian city of Sochi, organized by Ankara, Tehran, and Moscow, Anadolu Agency reports.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 09:19 | Viewed: 1049

A Robot will Read the News on a Japanese TV Network (Video)

The Robot Erika will begin to read news on Japanese television in April, the Daily Mail reported.

World | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 17:11 | Viewed: 1502

Ukraine: Without Help from the IMF we will go Bankrupt

Disruption of cooperation with the International Monetary Fund threatens Ukraine with bankruptcy.

World » Ukraine | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 12:00 | Viewed: 2453

The US Published the 'Putin' List of 210 Names of Politicians and Oligarchs

A total of 114 Russian politicians and high-ranking civil servants, as well as 96 oligarchs, have entered the list of people about whom it is believed that their power or wealth is related to President Vladimir Putin.

World » Russia | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 11:42 | Viewed: 2020

Irish Referendum to Mitigate the Law on Abortion

The Irish government proposed to have a referendum on mitigation of the abortion law passed at the end of May, the news agencies reported.

World | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 11:33 | Viewed: 1176

A Fossil of a 10-meter Dinosaur was Discovered in the Sahara

Scientists have discovered in the Egyptian part of the Sahara desert a 10-meter-long dinosaur that lived about 80 million years ago, the BNR reported, referring to Reuters.

World | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 10:15 | Viewed: 1097

US Losses in Afghanistan Increased by One Third for a Year

US war losses in Afghanistan rose by one-third in 12 months due to increased US operations, the Wall Street Journal reported.

World | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 09:34 | Viewed: 1314

Zoran Zaev: The Referendum About the Name is not Anything Tragic, Frightnening or Impossible

After the statement that was given by DUI’s President, Ali Ahmeti, that it is best for the solution of the name dispute that the state leaderships of both Greece and Macedonia will arrive at to be solved as the Agreement with Bulgaria i.

World » Southeast Europe | January 29, 2018, Monday // 17:15 | Viewed: 3031

Erdogan Meets Serbian, Bosnian Leaders in Istanbul

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic and Bosniak member of the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bakir Izetbegovic, in Istanbul on Monday, Anadolu Agency reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 29, 2018, Monday // 16:08 | Viewed: 2233

Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Freed After Being Arrested During Protests

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released after he was arrested Sunday during anti-Kremlin protests in Moscow, according to his official Twitter account.

World » Russia | January 29, 2018, Monday // 14:11 | Viewed: 2152

Carles Puigdemont Requests Permission to Attend Inauguration as Catalan Leader

Carles Puigdemont is to request judicial permission to attend his inauguration as Catalan president after Spain's top court barred him from being sworn in from Belgium in an intensifying showdown over his bid to return to power, The Telegraph writes.

World » EU | January 29, 2018, Monday // 10:29 | Viewed: 2111
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