Turkey’s PM has said he was proud of being the premier of a country currently hosting two million refugees while the world’s richest countries turn their backs to Syrians fleeing violence
A fire in an apartment building in northern Paris early Sept. 2 that killed eight people, including two children, might have been started intentionally, officials said
A new exhibition at Istanbul’s Depo gallery takes a closer look at personal and communal affiliations in the Armenian diaspora, said by Armenians themselves to be “scattered like pomegranate seeds across the world.”
Belgium on Aug. 31 unveiled plans for a controversial system to collect data on all airline passengers, as well as international train and ferry travellers, in the wake of a foiled attack on a train running between Belgium and Paris.
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Turkey was marking Sunday the anniversary of the Great Victory with ceremonies, limited to a presidential reception and commemorative events.
Egypt's much delayed legislative elections, the first since President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted his Islamist predecessor and cracked down on the opposition, will be contested between October and December.
The doyen of Turkish archaeology, Professor Halet Çambel, who died on Jan. 12 last year aged 98, was honored by Google with a doodle for her birthday on Aug. 27
French President Francois Hollande says his country should be prepared for more attacks such as the thwarted assault on a high-speed train last week.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will meet in Berlin on Aug. 24 to give a new push to European efforts to tackle the biggest migrant crisis in 50 years.
French President Francois Hollande on Aug. 24 awarded France's highest honour, the Legion d'honneur, to three U.S. citizens and a Briton who helped disarm a machine gun-toting suspected Islamist militant on a train last week.
A new group exhibition opened on Aug. 22 at the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen in Dusseldorf focuses on the evolution of Turkish art, from the final years of the Ottoman Empire until the present day.
A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. On Aug 22, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was treated for knife wounds in a hospital in France and applauded by world leaders for foiling what officials called an attempted terrorist attack.
French investigators were on Aug. 22 interrogating a man who was overpowered by three young Americans after he opened fire with a Kalashnikov on a train between Amsterdam and Paris.
The Netherlands national football squad for the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers against Iceland and Turkey in September has been announced by the team’s newly appointed manager Danny Blind.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced his resignation and called for snap elections on Aug. 20, as he went on the offensive to defend the country's massive bailout after it triggered a rebellion within his own hard-left party.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, France's elderly, far-right master provocateur, was booted out of the National Front (FN) he founded on Aug. 20 after a high-profile feud with his daughter and party leader Marine.
Britain will contribute 10 million euros ($11.2 million) to increased French humanitarian assistance and a fast-track asylum process for thousands of migrants camped in Calais in the hope of crossing the Channel, both countries said on Aug. 20.
France and Britain are to sign a deal on Aug. 20 aimed at alleviating the migrant crisis in Calais, where thousands of people desperate to cross the Channel have gathered in slum-like conditions.
Scores of firefighters on Aug. 20 fought a blaze at Paris' Cite des Sciences, one of the biggest science museums in Europe.
Russia's cultural authorities want to reclaim the remains of composer Sergei Rachmaninov from the United States, in a move seen as aimed at stoking patriotism but has made his descendants fume.
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