Former French PM Valls Opposes Turkey's Accession to EU

Former French Prime Minister and probable candidate of the left-wing for president Manuel Valls has called for “smart implementation” of the Stability and Growth Pact, and opposed the accession of Turkey to the EU, reported BNT.

World » EU | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 20:06 | Viewed: 1316

Slovakia's PM: Stop Referendum Adventures

Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico called on Monday on his counterparts in the remaining EU member-states to stop organising referendums on national problems because these represent a threat to the EU and the Euro.

World » EU | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 19:01 | Viewed: 1408

Turkey's Parliament Discusses Extension of State of Emergency

The Parliament in Ankara is discussing on Tuesday the proposal for an extension of the state of emergency in Turkey by another 3 months, reported BGNES.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 18:07 | Viewed: 1267

Members of New Romanian Government Announced

The leaders of the two coalition parties – Liviu Dragnea from the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu from the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE), who are forming the new Romanian government, as well as the appointed Prime Min

World » EU | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 17:26 | Viewed: 1527

Rioting Migrants in Italian Refugee Camp Take Hostages

Migrants in a refugee camp in Italy have taken as hostages 25 social workers, reported Reuters.

World » EU | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 16:43 | Viewed: 1959

Kyrgyz Mashrapov Denies Involvement in Istanbul Attack

Kyrgyz citizen Iakhe Mashrapov, who, according to Turkish media, might have been involved in the attack against the night club in Istanbul, has stated that he has nothing to do with the attack, reported RIA Novosti, cited by focus agency.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 16:10 | Viewed: 1297

Two Foreigners Detained at Ataturk Airport in Relation to Night Club Attack

Two foreigners were detained on Tuesday at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul in relation to the investigation of the attack at a night club in the city, reported AFP.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 15:45 | Viewed: 1194

Turkish PM Criticises USA for Supporting Syrian Kurds

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırımhas criticised the administration of US President Barack Obama for supporting Syrian Kurdish forces which Turkey considers to be terrorists, reported The Washington Post.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 15:13 | Viewed: 1192

Istanbul Nightclub Attack: Suspect Identitied as Kyrgyz National

Turkish police have detained an additional number of people suspected of links to the deadly attack on New Year revelers in a nightclub in Istanbul.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 12:45 | Viewed: 1381

Leader of Turkey's Nationalists to Back New Constitution Bill

Turkish Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has said he will back a bill to change the country's constitution both in the Parliament vote and in a referendum if one has to take place.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 11:22 | Viewed: 1078

Serbia Shouldn't Have Recognized Macedonia under That Name - FM

Since January 01, Bulgaria has not been represented by its own Commissioner in the European Union's executive body, becoming the first member state with offering no successor to a departing commissioner.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2017, Tuesday // 07:40 | Viewed: 1984

Wounded Bulgarian in Stable Condition after Istanbul Attack - FM

There is no danger for the life of a Bulgarian national injured in the assault in a nightclub in Istanbul on New Year's Eve, outgoing Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has said.

World » Southeast Europe | January 2, 2017, Monday // 15:03 | Viewed: 1302

Istanbul Nightclub Attacker Might Be from Central Asia - Police

Turkish police believe the gunman who claimed 39 lives in a nightclub in Istanbul may be from Uzbekistan or Kyrgyzstan, according to Hürriyet Daily News.

World » Southeast Europe | January 2, 2017, Monday // 14:56 | Viewed: 1387

IS Group Claims Responsibility for Istanbul Nightclub Attack

The Islamic State (IS) group says it carried out an attack that killed 39 and left dozens wounded during New Year celebrations in Istanbul.

World » Southeast Europe | January 2, 2017, Monday // 10:48 | Viewed: 1253

'No Information' on Bulgarian Woman Wounded in Istanbul Nightclub - Ambassador

There is no up-do-date information on the condition of the Bulgarian national hurt in New Year's attack in a nightclub in Istanbul, Sofia's Ambassador to Ankara has said.

World » Southeast Europe | January 2, 2017, Monday // 08:46 | Viewed: 1424

Istanbul Nightclub Attack Leaves 39 Dead, 69 Injured

At least 39 people were killed in an attack at the Reina nightclub in Turkey early on Sunday, authorities say.

World » Southeast Europe | January 1, 2017, Sunday // 19:14 | Viewed: 2179

Turkey to Do 'Whatever Needed' in Region after Instanbul Nightclub Attack

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said Ankara will do "whatever needed" in the region to maintain security of citizens.

World » Southeast Europe | January 1, 2017, Sunday // 11:55 | Viewed: 1432

Russia Decides against Expelling US Diplomats

Russia will not tell US diplomats to leave despite Washington's decision to apply the measure, President Vladimir Putin has said.

World » Russia | December 30, 2016, Friday // 16:18 | Viewed: 2074

Russia Plans to Expel 35 US Diplomats in Reciprocal Move

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has proposed to President Vladimir Putin the expulsion of 35 US diplomats posted to the country in retaliation to an earlier move by the US administration.

World » Russia | December 30, 2016, Friday // 13:26 | Viewed: 1518

Turkish Journalist Detained over 'Tweet'

Police in Turkey arrested Ahmet Şık, a prominent journalist, in Istanbul on Thursday, over tweets and articles.

World » Southeast Europe | December 30, 2016, Friday // 09:58 | Viewed: 1386

US Expels 35 Russian Diplomats

The US has expelled 35 Russian diplomats in retaliation to the cyber attacks Washington claims were aimed at influencing the presidential election.

World | December 29, 2016, Thursday // 22:12 | Viewed: 1262
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