A number of forested bays in one of Turkey’s most beautiful coastal idylls will be opened to tender by the Forestry and Waterworks Ministry, though many locals are opposed to the move
A Moscow-friendly Greece could paralyse NATO's ability to react to Russian aggression, former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski warned March 25.
Greece and the European Union could reach a deal as early as this week to allow the release of badly needed aid funds for Athens, European Parliament President Martin Schulz said March 24
Social media opened up a new realm for Turkish citizens to access news due to the heavy government control of mainstream media, but the state’s increasing control over the Internet means citizens are losing the censorship battle to the state, according to Aslı Tunç
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has warned German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a letter that Athens will not be able to service its debt without financial help from the EU, the Greek government revealed on March 23.
Category: ARIANA FERENTINOU
Europe, the continent of 'solidarity, peace and democracy' is becoming the land of fragmentation, polarization and radicalization.
The leaders of debt-wracked Greece and economic powerhouse Germany meet in Berlin March 24 after weeks of bad blood over Athens' debt woes, bitter wartime memories and an offensive hand gesture.
The author of a major new history of the Great War and the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Oxford University Professor Eugene Rogan, tells the Hürriyet Daily News that the effects of the conflict are still being felt in the region 100 years later.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras assured European Union creditors at late-night crisis talks in Brussels that his leftist-led coalition would present soon a full set of economic reforms in order to unlock cash to stave off bankruptcy.
U.S. energy envoy Amos Hochstein urged southeast European states to build new gas links and focus on smaller projects to curb reliance on supplies from Russia, rather than blockbuster pipeline deals
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has criticized the leaders of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) and the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) over their recent statements on the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign
Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece ‘Swan Lake’ will be on the Istanbul stage with a unique performance by the Kremlin Ballet Theater
Euro zone leaders will tell Greece on March 19 that time and patience are running out for its leftist-led government to implement agreed reforms to avert a looming cash crunch that could force it out of the single currency.
Category: YUSUF KANLI
“The ethics of the media are what the boss says, brother Yusuf,” warned Sedat Örsel on Facebook early in the morning Tuesday.
Since the Syrian civil war erupted four years ago, tens of thousands of refugees have poured into Mersin
Police raids across Greece last week smashed an international people trafficking ring that made $8 million in profit from smuggling Syrian migrants via maritime routes from Turkey to Greece
Anti-capitalist protesters clashed with riot police near the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt on March 18 and set fire to barricades and cars, casting a pall over the ceremonial opening of the billion-euro skyscraper
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has brought forward to April a visit to Russia, officials said March 17, as Greece faced mounting pressure from its European creditors and a cash shortage.
He was the first world leader to call Prokopis Pavlopoulos and wish him every success in his new post. He also underlined the importance of bilateral dialogue
The Cyprus problem is a story of disillusionment. Starting from the mid-1950s, hopes and grand projects were always followed by catastrophe, disillusionment and bitterness
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