Greece to extend fence on Turkish border by 35 kilometers

Greece to extend fence on Turkish border by 35 kilometers

The Greek government is planning to proceed with the expansion of a fence by 35 kilometers along its northern border with Turkey to deter refugees, Greek media outlets reported.

More classified documents found at home of US President Joe Biden

More classified documents found at home of US President Joe Biden

More documents with classification markings have been found at US President Joe Biden’s home, his personal lawyer announced on Saturday.

Erdoğan sets May 14 as Turkey’s election date

Erdoğan sets May 14 as Turkey’s election date

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has announced that Turkey’s elections will be held on May 14 — a month earlier than scheduled — as the opposition still searches for a unified candidate to stand against him, Agence France-Presse reported.

German health minister seeks to improve help for Long Covid sufferers

German health minister seeks to improve help for Long Covid sufferers

German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach plans to improve the support available to people who are suffering from Long Covid, or the lasting effects of an infection with SARS-CoV-2.

Turkey’s top court finds rights violation in man’s dismissal due to spouse’s alleged ties to Gülen movement

Turkey’s top court finds rights violation in man’s dismissal due to spouse’s alleged ties to Gülen movement

Turkey’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the firing of a man due to his wife’s alleged links to the Gülen movement violated his right to respect for private and family life, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing Turkish media.

Osmani to visit hospitalized Macedonian citizen in Sofia

Osmani to visit hospitalized Macedonian citizen in Sofia

Together with Bulgaria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikolay Milkov, Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani will visit on Sunday the Macedonian citizen who was assaulted in Ohrid on Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press release.

German Patriot systems to be sent to Poland on Monday

German Patriot systems to be sent to Poland on Monday

Germany’s army is set to move the first two of three Patriot anti-aircraft missile squadrons from Germany to Poland on Monday.

Rescue workers fight flooding in southern Serbia, northern Kosovo

Rescue workers fight flooding in southern Serbia, northern Kosovo

Rescue workers in south-western Serbia and northern Kosovo are battling severe flooding following continuous rainfall, causing damage to homes and roads.