Kosovo and Serbia have agreed on “measures to avoid further escalation” in a spat over a new car plate regulation by the Kosovo government, EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell said late on Wednesday.
A Turkish court has acquitted a former İstanbul governor and a police chief from the same city of terrorism charges in a retrial over their alleged links to a faith-based group targeted by the government, the TR724 news website reported.
A magnitude 6 earthquake struck northwest Turkey during Wednesday’s early hours, injuring at least 50 people, according to Turkish media.
A US court has ruled for the seizure of assets and shares jointly owned by Turkish businessman Sezgin Baran Korkmaz and California businessman Lev Aslan Dermen, who was convicted in 2020 on charges relating to a $511 million renewable fuel...
Turkish police have detained 14 people including former military and police officers as part of an operation based in İstanbul targeting alleged members of the faith-based Gülen movement, the TR724 news website reported.
Turkey’s defense minister has announced that 24,706 personnel from the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) have been expelled over Gülen links since a failed coup in 2016, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported.
“The decision by Türkiye’s highest appeals court to overturn baseless convictions of Amnesty International Türkiye’s Honorary Chair and three other human rights defenders is a huge relief, yet also highlights once more the politically motivated nature of the prosecutions,” Amnesty...
European Union efforts to defuse tensions between Balkan neighbours Serbia and Kosovo fell short at talks in Brussels on Monday.