Two security guards were killed and three were wounded in an attack by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the southeastern province of Hakkari on May 24, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported, citing the local governor’s office.
Turkey has returned the legal ownership of cemetery land and properties to the minority Syriac community in the southeastern province of Mardin, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on May 23.
Authorities have begun inspecting mass fish deaths in the Greater Menderes River in the western province of Aydın by the Aegean Sea, Doğan News Agency reported on May 22.
U.S. warning it may introduce tariffs on foreign auto imports hit shares in German carmakers BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen yesterday, which together have a more than 90 percent share of North America’s premium car market.
Britain’s annual inflation rate eased in April to 2.4 percent, the lowest level since March 2017, official data showed on May 23, weighing on the pound.
China announced on May 22 that it would cut tariffs on auto imports from July 1, the latest sign of a thaw in trade frictions with the United States.
A rare virus spread by fruit bats, which can cause flu-like symptoms and brain damage, has killed 10 people in southern India, health officials said yesterday, with at least two more cases being monitored.
Former Malaysian leader Najib Razak was questioned by anti-corruption authorities yesterday after his shock election loss, as the top graft fighter revealed he faced threats and a bullet in the post when the old regime suppressed a probe into a massive financial scandal.
Hundreds of Arab Israelis demonstrated on May 19 evening in Haifa in solidarity with Gaza, where more than 60 Palestinians have died from Israeli fire in recent days.