The two co-chairmen of the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) and nine other deputies in the Turkish Parliament have been arrested early on Friday morning, reported Reuters, cited by BNR.
The construction of a concrete wall along the Turkish-Syrian border will be completed in the first half of 2017, stated Turkish Defence Minister Fikri I??k, cited by Daily Sabah newspaper.
Several hundred students, scientists and syndicate members protested in Turkey on Thursday against the purge undertaken by the authorities after the coup attempt in July, reported Reuters.
Countries from the former Communist bloc have achieved significant progress in the transition to market economy but continuing inequality in their societies is becoming an ever greater threat to their long-term development.
Turkish President Erdogan has criticised harshly German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her position regarding the detention of Cumhuriyet journalists, reported AFP, cited by Focus agency.
A second law suit has been filed with the Court of Justice in Luxembourg against the transfer of personal data between the EU and the USA, reported Reuters.
The unemployment rate in the 28 member-states of the EU stabilised in September at its lowest level in seven and a half years – 8.
The high court in Britain has said the UK cannot trigger the process of leaving the European Union without approval from Parliament.
What is happening at the Turkish-Iraqi border threatens Bulgaria directly as the country nearest to the conflict, stated Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov on BNR.
Germany is not considering the possibility of imposing sanctions against Turkey because of the harsh measures adopted after the failed coup attempt in the summer and the detention of employees of an opposition newspaper in October, announced German Chance
The anti-corruption reform requiring high-ranking Ukrainian officials to declare their financial assets on the Internet brought to the surface the huge gap between the wealth of politicians and those whom they represent, reported Reuters.
Turkey is not interested in the “red line” on the freedom of the press set by Europe, stated on Tuesday Turkish Prime Minister Binali Y?ld?r?m, cited by Reuters.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Y?ld?r?m stated that Turkey is considering the option of introducing a limited resort to capital punishment if an agreement is reached between the ruling Justice and Development Party and other political formations, reported
Turkish police have arrested the Editor-in-Chief of daily Cumhuriyet and others from the newspaper, H?rriyet Daily News reports, citing local media outlets.
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