Former general Pavel wins Czech presidential election

Former general Pavel wins Czech presidential election

The former Chief of General Staff Petr Pavel will be the new president in the Czech Republic after gaining 58.3% of the votes in the run-off election, said statistics agency CSU.

US Treasury undersecretary to address sanctions evasion in UAE and Turkey: report

US Treasury undersecretary to address sanctions evasion in UAE and Turkey: report

The top sanctions official from the US Treasury Department, Brian Nelson, will travel to Turkey and the Middle East next week to warn countries and businesses that they could lose access to the US market if they engage in business...

Three dead as flash flood hits New Zealand’s largest city

Three dead as flash flood hits New Zealand’s largest city

Three people have died and one is missing after torrential rain hit New Zealand‘s largest city.

Turkey orders detention of 12 over alleged Gülen links

Turkey orders detention of 12 over alleged Gülen links

Turkish prosecutors on Friday ordered the detention of 12 people, including currently employed civil servants, due to alleged links to the Gülen movement based on payphone call records, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing Turkish media.

Council of Europe demands tribunal to try Russian, Belarusian leaders

Council of Europe demands tribunal to try Russian, Belarusian leaders

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe unanimously called for an international war crimes tribunal as Russia continues to attack Ukraine.

Greek government survives no-confidence vote

Greek government survives no-confidence vote

Greece‘s conservative government led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis survived a vote of no confidence on Friday, with 156 members in the 300-seat Greek parliament voting in support of Mitsotakis, according to the parliament.

Ukrainian air defence says it shot down all night attacks

Ukrainian air defence says it shot down all night attacks

Ukrainian air defence says it shot down all night attacks.

Turkey has largest number of cases pending before European rights court

Turkey has largest number of cases pending before European rights court

Approximately 20,100 applications from Turkey are pending before the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), making it the highest case-count country since Aug. 1, 2022, Deutsche Welle Turkish service reported on Thursday, citing statistics from the court.