Bulgarian government declares day of mourning

Bulgarian government declares day of mourning

Bulgaria’s Council of Ministers decided to declare November 24 a day of national mourning in honor of the victims of the fire that broke out at the retirement home in the Dulgopol village of Rojak, as well as to commemorate...

Incumbent Radev wins presidential election in Bulgaria, forecasts say

Incumbent Radev wins presidential election in Bulgaria, forecasts say

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev appears to have been re-elected to the post by a significant margin, according to several forecasts.

Athens orders dozens of private doctors to work in hospitals

Athens orders dozens of private doctors to work in hospitals

To relieve overtired hospital doctors amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Greek Health Ministry on Friday ordered 85 private doctors to report for duty.

Turkish prosecutors ordered detention of 110 people over alleged Gülen links in a week

Turkish prosecutors ordered detention of 110 people over alleged Gülen links in a week

Turkish prosecutors have over the past week ordered the detention of 110 people due to alleged links to the Gülen movement, according to local media reports, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported.

Mother of toddler sent to prison over Gülen links despite regulations

Mother of toddler sent to prison over Gülen links despite regulations

Esra Aşçı, the mother of a 16-month-old boy, was arrested on Wednesday in a terrorism case for alleged links to the Gülen movement, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing the Bold Medya news website.

European lawyers demonstrate in solidarity with jailed Turkish attorneys

European lawyers demonstrate in solidarity with jailed Turkish attorneys

Lawyers in several European countries this week staged demonstrations in front of Turkish diplomatic missions to show solidarity with attorneys imprisoned in Turkey, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing Turkish media.

ECtHR fines Turkey for preventing inmate’s access to newspaper

ECtHR fines Turkey for preventing inmate’s access to newspaper

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has faulted Turkey for violating the right to freedom of expression of an inmate who was barred by the authorities from having access to a left-wing newspaper in prison, the BBC Turkish reported.

Former military cadets, officers among 103 facing detention over Gülen links

Former military cadets, officers among 103 facing detention over Gülen links

Turkish prosecutors have issued detention warrants for 103 people including 73 former military cadets and three former officers due to their alleged links to the Gülen movement, Bold Medya reported on Tuesday.

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