England's slain king Richard III, exhumed from an undignified grave beneath a car park, was finally buried with honour on Thursday, 530 years after his brutal death on the battlefield.
Koza LTD and Ireland-based IMC Exploration Limited have signed a deal to explore gold and silver in four fields in Ireland
The proportion of elderly people in Turkey increased to 8 percent of the overall population in 2014, and is expected to surpass 10 percent by 2023, according to data released by the Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK) on March 18
In a rare piece of good news for Greek leaders, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) confirmed on March 10 that it has been forced to throw the cash-strapped country a half-billion-euro lifeline
EU finance ministers agreed the details of a 315 billion euro ($338 billion) investment plan on March 10 to help revive the European economy without piling up more debt, and now aim to get the first projects going by the end of the year
The Turkish government and Kurds are on the verge of starting political negotiations, according to British diplomat Jonathan Powell
An independent commission on March 9 accused top leaders of cycling's world body of protecting Lance Armstrong and other drug cheats to protect the sports reputation.
Greece began tough negotiations with its creditors on Friday as hopes grew of a deal to replace its detested bailout after new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras pushed his case at a European summit.
A couple of weeks have passed since Syriza’s triumph in the Greek general election. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has formed a government, creating an odd majority with AnEl, the party of Independent Greeks
Turkey has become one of the 10 countries with the lowest debt-to-GDP ratio among 47 countries surveyed, according to the latest report by consultancy firm McKinsey.
Pope Francis has sent Catholic clergy a powerful reminder of their duty to stamp out sexual abuse of children by priests, warning that they must never let a fear of scandal lead to cover-ups.
Guinea qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals on Jan. 29 after a drawing of lots was required to separate them and Mali.
Portugal and Real Madrid great Cristiano Ronaldo lifted his third FIFA world footballer of the year award on Monday in an overwhelming win over eternal rival Lionel Messi, Barcelona's Argentine magician.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s snap poll gamble to test support for his economic policy yielded him a new two-thirds political majority earlier this month
Turkey’s spending for social benefits in 2013 rose to 13.8 percent of the GDP, according to a report from the Turkish Statistical Institute released
Almost half of Turks believe the economy will go bad in the next 12 months, yet very few of them think this will affect their household income negatively, according to an AvivaSA saving trends study
Homosexual individuals cannot donate blood, but can only receive it because they are in the “risky group,” the head of the Turkish Red Crescent (Kızılay) has said.
The European Parliament overwhelmingly backed the recognition of a Palestinian state 'in principle' on Dec 17
Former Arsenal and French striker Thierry Henry announced Dec. 16 he was retiring from football after a glittering two decades long career and will become a TV analyst for Sky Sports in England.
France's upper house of parliament on Dec. 11 urged the government to recognize Palestine as a state, following a similar and highly symbolic vote in the lower house.
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