A Greek intercity bus plying a route in northeastern Greece near the border with Turkey has been struck by lightning and burned to the ground, the Associated Press reported, citing one country’s fire service.
Turkey and Russia have reached a retroactive agreement for a 10.25 percent discount on the natural gas Ankara buys from Moscow, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on My 26.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on May 25 that Turkey has the right to choose its own military aircraft, amid Ankara's deal to buy missile-defense systems from Russia.
Can you teach employees not to be racist? Coffee giant Starbucks will shut stores around the United States on Tuesday to conduct an unprecedented training exercise at its more than 8,000 American outlets.
Germany’s biggest lenders have shied away from business with Iran after past penalties for breaching U.S. sanctions, but smaller banks have leapt on opportunities afforded by the nuclear deal rejected by Donald Trump.
Russian state gas giant Gazprom said on May 26 it had signed a protocol with the Turkish government on a planned gas pipeline and agreed with Turkish firm Botaş to end an arbitration dispute over the terms of gas supplies.
A broad lava flow crossed onto the property of a Hawaii geothermal power station on Saturday, posing a new hazard as molten rock from the erupting Kilauea volcano bulldozed relentlessly through homes and backyards.
Pakistani cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan’s party vowed on May 27 to oust the country’s “corrupt” rulers, as the nuclear-armed state announced it will hold general elections on July 25.
Israeli tank fire at an Islamic Jihad observation post killed two militants from the group in the southern Gaza Strip on May 27, Palestinian officials said.