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38,000 Turks Abroad Cast Votes on First Day of Charter Referendum Voting

Some 38,000 Turkish citizens living abroad cast their votes on the first day of voting in the constitutional referendum to decide on whether to shift the country to an executive presidential system with vastly enhanced powers for the president, writes Hur

World » Southeast Europe | March 29, 2017, Wednesday // 10:06 | Viewed: 2293

Theresa May Signs Article 50 Letter to Trigger Brexit

Theresa May will strike a conciliatory tone as she invokes Article 50 this afternoon, offering a partnership with the rest of the European Union and imploring Britain to "come together".

World » EU | March 29, 2017, Wednesday // 08:51 | Viewed: 6447

EU Leads Attacks on Trump's Rollback of Obama Climate Policy

The European Union has led criticism of Donald Trump’s effort to unravel Barack Obama’s measures to combat climate change, suggesting that Europe will now take the lead in global efforts, The Guardian reports.

World | March 29, 2017, Wednesday // 07:34 | Viewed: 1983

EU Urges Hungary to Ensure Migrant Holding Camps Comply With Asylum Rules

Hungary must ensure that its new policy of detaining migrants on its border does not break EU rules on protecting people in need of asylum, the European Commission said on Tuesday as the legislation came into force, Reuters reported.

World » EU | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 21:31 | Viewed: 6474

Russia's FM: After Bulgaria's Elections, No One Is Talking About Russian Interference

The topic of Russia’s interference in the elections of European countries is absurd, stated to TASS the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Alexey Meshkov.

World » Russia | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 17:32 | Viewed: 3934

Balkan Turks Federation To Sue Bulgaria

The Edirne-based Balkan Turks Federation will sue Bulgaria for violating the right of outmigrants to vote in the elections for Bulgaria’s Parliament, reported BGNES.

World » Southeast Europe | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 17:16 | Viewed: 9740

Turkey Spying on Its Citizens in Germany

There has been another scandal between Germany and Turkey after it became clear that Ankara is spying on its citizens in the Federal Republic.

World | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 16:39 | Viewed: 3363

Austria Wants To Leave EU's Migrant Quota Programme

Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern will write a letter to the European Commission with an explanation as to why Vienna does not want to participate in the programme of the European Union for the distribution of migrants.

World » EU | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 16:05 | Viewed: 2172

David Davis, Brexit Secretary: Policy to be Managed According to the Needs of UK Economy

David Davis, Brexit secretary, has confirmed that the government will not seek to cap the number of EU migrants working in the UK after Brexit, saying that migration would be managed according to the needs of the economy.

World » EU | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 09:51 | Viewed: 2022

Northern Ireland Can Leave the UK For Europe

Northern Ireland has the right to leave the United Kingdom and join the European Union as part of the Republic after Brexit, ministers have conceded for the first time, writes The Times.

World » EU | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 09:06 | Viewed: 6106

Berlin Airport Ground Staff Agree Pay Deal After Strikes

Germany's Verdi union has agreed a three-year pay deal for its 2,000 workers at Berlin's airports, ending the threat of further strikes after industrial action caused the cancellation of some 2,000 flights in recent weeks, the union said on Tuesday, Reute

World » EU | March 28, 2017, Tuesday // 08:57 | Viewed: 5396

Britain Extends Talks to End N. Ireland Stalemate

The British government on Monday gave Northern Ireland's squabbling parties extra time to reach a deal to end their stalemate and form a power-sharing executive, after a deadline to do so expired, AFP reported.

World | March 27, 2017, Monday // 20:40 | Viewed: 2898

Voting Of Turks Abroad in Constitutional Referendum Begins

Voting of Turkish citizens abroad in the referendum for constitutional amendments on April 16 started on Monday.

World » Southeast Europe | March 27, 2017, Monday // 17:32 | Viewed: 9012

Turkish Media on Bulgaria's Snap Elections

Corruption, social inequality, xenophobia and hatred of foreigners on the one hand and, on the other hand, pressure, rudeness and obstacles against Turks with dual citizenship who wanted to go to Bulgaria in order to vote there, wrote the online edition H

World » Southeast Europe | March 27, 2017, Monday // 16:50 | Viewed: 2463

Trump Hands Merkel USD 375 B Bill

President Donald Trump has handed German Chancellor Angela Merkel a bill for USD 375 B owed by Germany to NATO, reported Sunday Times, cited by TASS.

World | March 27, 2017, Monday // 16:11 | Viewed: 4620

Le Pen: EU Will Die, Globalists Will Be Defeated

The candidate for president of France Marine Le Pen has stated that the European Union will die and that globalists will be defeated.

World » EU | March 27, 2017, Monday // 14:02 | Viewed: 1819

Albania Makes Public State Security Files From Hoxha's Regime

Albania’s government has made public the files of the sinister Directorate of State Security Sigurimi from the time ofthe communist dictator Enver Hoxha, reported BGNES.

World » Southeast Europe | March 27, 2017, Monday // 13:09 | Viewed: 2216

Wall Street Journal: Defeated Socialists Force GERB To Adopt Milder Stance on Russia

Bulgaria’s centre-right party won yesterday’s parliamentary elections, winning a victory over an opposition which is trying to direct the country, a member of the EU, towards a rapprochement with Russia.

World | March 27, 2017, Monday // 12:22 | Viewed: 5176

Amnesty International: 1/3 of Jailed Journalists Are Held in Turkey

The international non-governmental organisation Amnesty International has called on Turkey’s government to stop its repressions against the media and to release jailed journalists in the country, reported Voice of America, cited by Focus agency.

World » Southeast Europe | March 27, 2017, Monday // 11:28 | Viewed: 2464

EU Urges Russia to Release Protesters 'Without Delay'

The European Union urged Russia "to release without delay" what it said in a statement were "peaceful demonstrators" detained a day earlier during nationwide protests against corruption, AFP reported.

World » Russia | March 27, 2017, Monday // 09:45 | Viewed: 3223

Serbian PM: Meeting with Putin of Exceptional Importance For Serbia

The upcoming talks between Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday are extremely important for Serbia, the Serbian premier told the Radio Television of Serbia public broadcaster, TASS agency reports.

World | March 27, 2017, Monday // 07:27 | Viewed: 1442
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