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Germany launched a second investigation on March 28 into suspected spying by Turkey, with the German interior minister saying Berlin will not tolerate foreign espionage on its soil.
Sevil Erkuş - ANKARA
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muižnieks has stressed the urgency of reverting to “ordinary procedures” and safeguards in Turkey by ending the post-coup attempt state of emergency as soon as possible
CELLE- Agence France Press
A teenage girl went on trial in Germany on Oct. 20 for stabbing a police officer, an assault allegedly "ordered" by the Islamic State organisation but which was not claimed by the jihadist group.
BERLIN - Associated Press
A German court has convicted a 23-year-old German-Turkish dual national of membership in a terrorist organization for joining the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to fight in Syria.
ADANA – Doğan News Agency
Seven German lawmakers visited the İncirlik air base lying close to Syria on Oct. 5 to inspect German troops in a highly sensitive visit held up for months due to a diplomatic row
WARSAW – Reuters
Following protests by tens of thousands of women, Polish lawmakers on Oct. 6 rejected plans for a near-total ban on abortion, in a hastily arranged vote that marks the first major domestic setback for the conservative government.
ROME – Reuters
More than 4,650 migrants were saved on Oct. 4 and 28 bodies recovered in more than 30 rescue missions off the Libyan coast, the Italian Coast Guard said on Oct. 5.
KAPITAN ANDREEVO, Bulgaria - Reuters
The European Union launched its common border guard at the Turkish-Bulgarian border on Oct. 6, hoping it will help keep people away from a bloc that is still struggling with political aftershocks from an uncontrolled influx of refugees and migrants last year
The foreign ministers of Italy and Spain will pay separate visit to Turkey on Oct. 6 and 7 in a bid to display solidarity with the Turkish government in the aftermath of July 15 coup attempt, the Turkish Foreign Ministry announced on Oct 5.
A referendum by Bosnia’s ethnic Serbs over a disputed national holiday, which defies a ban by the country’s highest court, is not “controversial,” Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has said
ROME - Reuters
More than 4,650 migrants were saved on Oct. 4 and 28 bodies recovered in more than 30 rescue missions off the Libyan coast, Italian Coast Guard said on Oct. 5