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Turkish President Meets Pope, Expected to Discuss Jerusalem

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan met Pope Francis on Monday to discuss Jerusalem and the fallout from U.

World » Southeast Europe | February 5, 2018, Monday // 11:40 | Viewed: 2590

Threatening Letter Sent to Greek Minister Over Talks on Macedonia's Name

Greece has launched an investigation after its foreign minister received a letter from unknown sources threatening him and his family over efforts to resolve a dispute over the name of Macedonia, the Greek civil protection minister said on Friday, cited b

World » Southeast Europe | February 2, 2018, Friday // 12:26 | Viewed: 3002

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: 2762

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: 3352

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: 4853

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: 3330

Erdogan Says Turkey will Clean Entire Syrian Border of Terrorists

Turkey will clean its entire border with Syria of terrorists, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday, in a sign that a nine-day-old Turkish offensive into northern Syria’s Afrin region could be extended further.

World » Southeast Europe | January 28, 2018, Sunday // 17:28 | Viewed: 3092

Erdoğan Visits Military Command Center in Turkey’s South

 President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visited a military command center in the southern province of Hatay on Jan.

World » Southeast Europe | January 26, 2018, Friday // 12:14 | Viewed: 2804

US Delegation in Ankara After Turkey’s Afrin Operation

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World » Southeast Europe | January 23, 2018, Tuesday // 11:33 | Viewed: 2753

Greek Parliament Approves More Bailout Reforms Despite Protests

Greece’s parliament on Monday passed a swathe of reforms demanded by international lenders in exchange for fresh bailout funds, a success for the government but a blow to thousands of people protesting outside.

World » Southeast Europe | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 11:48 | Viewed: 3498

Macedonia Вill be a NATO Мember, Sergei Lavrov

''Accelerating the Macedonian name talks between the authorities in Skopje and Athens is related to the US desire to bring Macedonia into NATO.

World » Southeast Europe | January 15, 2018, Monday // 16:07 | Viewed: 5163

Geopolitical Poker in the Western Balkans

Many people wonder why the issue of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s name reappeared all of a sudden.

World » Southeast Europe | January 15, 2018, Monday // 10:02 | Viewed: 5035

Turkey Against 'Privileged Partnership' With EU

Turkey will not accept a "privileged partnership" with the EU, the country's EU Minister Omer Celik has said, cited by Anadolu Agency .

World » Southeast Europe | January 13, 2018, Saturday // 11:54 | Viewed: 3492

EU's Juncker Sees no Progress on Turkey Ties

The European Union and Turkey will see no progress in their relations as long as Turkey holds journalists in prison, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday, quoted by Reuters.

World » Southeast Europe | January 12, 2018, Friday // 14:19 | Viewed: 3049

EU's Juncker Sees no Progress on Turkey Ties

The European Union and Turkey will see no progress in their relations as long as Turkey holds journalists in prison, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday, quoted by Reuters.

World » Southeast Europe | January 12, 2018, Friday // 14:19 | Viewed: 2843

Greek Metro Halted, Ships Docked in Protest Over Right to Strike

The Athens subway came to a standstill on Friday as Greeks protested against new reforms that parliament is set to approve on Jan.

World » Southeast Europe | January 12, 2018, Friday // 11:05 | Viewed: 3358

Ekathimerini: No Metro, Trolley Buses, Ferries on Friday, Flight Disruption Monday

There will be no services on the Athens metro and trolley bus networks on Friday as workers walk off the job for a 24-hour strike called by unionists to protest a new wave of austerity measures and reforms outlined in a bill being debated in Parliament th

World » Southeast Europe | January 11, 2018, Thursday // 10:14 | Viewed: 3124

Macedonian Smog Envelopes Cities, Emergency Measures Introduced

As 2017 ended and 2018 began, Macedonia took emergency measures against dense smog enveloping its cities, an annual winter scourge in the Western Balkans blamed on a mix of coal burning, ageing industry and high-polluting emissions from older vehicles.

World » Southeast Europe | January 8, 2018, Monday // 17:00 | Viewed: 3177

Greek Court Suspends Asylum Granted to Turkish Soldier

Greece won on Monday a temporary injunction suspending the asylum status granted to a Turkish soldier who fled with seven others to the country after a botched coup attempt against Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in 2016, according to Reuters.

World » Southeast Europe | January 8, 2018, Monday // 13:55 | Viewed: 3293

Turkey's Population Increases by a Little Over 3 Million in 2017

Figures shows that the country's population grew to 82.

World » Southeast Europe | January 5, 2018, Friday // 09:53 | Viewed: 2762

Over 4,000 Undocumented Migrants Held in Turkey

More than 4,250 undocumented migrants and refugees who were trying to reach Europe using illegal routes as well as over 100 smugglers were held in Turkey during 2017, according to a security source, Anadolu Agency reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 3, 2018, Wednesday // 13:50 | Viewed: 2372
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