Archaeologists find human skeletons in a big pit in front of a 7,000-year-old settlement in Çanakkale’s Gökçeada, saying the find was ‘a surprise’
Category: YUSUF KANLI
When Cyprus intercommunal talks started in 1968, the target of Turkish Cypriots in the process was to negotiate “local autonomy.”
United Nations Cyprus mediator Espen Barth Eide has quit to pursue a political career in Norway, the United Nations said on Aug. 14, after U.N.- backed talks to broker peace between Greek and Turkish Cypriots ended in acrimony last month.
Turkey on Aug. 9 criticized “baseless” allegations from the Greek Foreign Ministry regarding commemoration events in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on Aug. 8, marking the 53rd anniversary of the Erenköy Resistance.
Across southern Europe, from the choked boulevards of Gaudi’s Barcelona to the swarms of cruise liners disgorging passengers into Croatia’s mediaeval Dubrovnik, residents are complaining that a sharp rise in tourism is making life intolerable
New York property developer Mike Angeliades has wanted to create a golf resort in his native Greece for quarter of a century. But just when the plan seemed within reach, the past caught up with him.
Some 150,000 car owners have made insurance claims for damage caused by heavy hail in Istanbul on July 27, which left holes on hoods and broke many windshields, as thousands of others have been waiting in line to be registered.
The Turkish Athletic Federation’s discovery of Meryem Bekmez’s remarkable skills in athletics at the age of 12 saved her from getting married at a young age.
Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borissov signed a friendship treaty yesterday in a move designed to end years of diplomatic wrangling and boost Macedonia’s European integration.
Category: ARIANA FERENTINOU
Since April Greece has been going through the eighth year of an economic crisis that forced most of its citizens to learn to “live with less” and brought havoc into the traditional political spectrum. It pushed mainstream parties to near extinction and gave the mandate to a previously little-known leftist group who now governs with a small rightist, nationalist party, having a slim majority in the parliament.
Europe’s economic recovery is strengthening with unemployment in the eurozone dropping in June to its lowest since February 2009, according to official figures released on July 31.
Turkish-Armenian linguist and writer Sevan Nişanyan has announced that he had applied for political asylum in Greece and got his residence card there
Turkish security forces caught 47 refugees who were trying to illegally cross into Europe on July 26
There is no harm in Turkey’s missile defense system purchase from Russia, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said in response to U.S. top general’s concerns over the issue
The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is behind intelligence provided to Greek authorities that a Turkish-flagged freighter was allegedly carrying drugs
Judges in Greece have reacted angrily to a blunt barrage of government criticism over recent court rulings, naming them “dirty” attacks
It was in the middle of a summer night too, it caught people in bed. The date was August 17 and the time was 3:02 a.m.
Greece is seeing “the light at the end of austerity”, the EU’s economy commissioner Pierre Moscovici said on July 24, calling the reforms imposed on Athens by its creditors perhaps “too tough” but “necessary.”
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan marked the 94th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne on July 24
The mayor of the Aegean resort district of Bodrum, which was hit by a massive earthquake recently, has urged holidaymakers to continue their holidays, assuring them “all precautions are taken.”
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