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.

Chile elects new president

Chile elects new president

Chileans are due to elect a new president on Sunday.

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.

France’s health authority recommends booster vaccination from age 40

France’s health authority recommends booster vaccination from age 40

France’s top health authority now recommends a booster vaccination against the coronavirus for people aged 40 and over.

Deforestation on the rise in Brazilian Amazon, up 22 per cent

Deforestation on the rise in Brazilian Amazon, up 22 per cent

Deforestation in Brazil‘s Amazon region is on the rise, with an area of more than 13,000 square kilometres razed in the span of a year, the country’s National Institute for Space Research (Inpe) said Thursday.

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.

Former Austrian chancellor Kurz stripped of immunity amid probe

Former Austrian chancellor Kurz stripped of immunity amid probe

Former Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz lost his parliamentary immunity on Thursday, as legislators unanimously voted to clear the way for corruption investigations.

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