Germany rejects 5,040 Turkish asylum applications

Germany rejects 5,040 Turkish asylum applications

Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) has rejected the asylum applications of 5,040 Turkish citizens out of 8,547 applications made by Turkish nationals.

Hurricane Irma: Florida to begin huge relief operation

Hurricane Irma: Florida to begin huge relief operation

Search and rescue teams in Florida are due to swing into action as daylight reveals the extent of damage wreaked by Hurricane Irma, BBC reports.

Dimitrov tells EU foreign ministers that Macedonia is important for the regional stability

Dimitrov tells EU foreign ministers that Macedonia is important for the regional stability

Foreign Affairs Minister Nikola Dimitrov attended the informal meeting of European Union foreign affairs ministers in Tallinn, Estonia, where he urged for accepting Macedonia in the Union as a step toward greater regional stability.

Hurricane Harvey: Second fatality amid warnings of widespread flooding

Hurricane Harvey: Second fatality amid warnings of widespread flooding

Two people have been killed as Hurricane Harvey, the most powerful storm to hit Texas in more than 50 years, roared inland, knocking out power to more than 230,000 people and threatening catastrophic flooding, AFP reports.

Third round of Brexit negotiations to get under way

Third round of Brexit negotiations to get under way

British officials arrive in Brussels on Monday to push the EU towards talks about their post-Brexit ties, which the bloc refuses to do without an agreement first on London’s exit bill and other divorce issues.

Poland, Bulgaria and Romania recorded the lowest meat prices in EU last year

Poland, Bulgaria and Romania recorded the lowest meat prices in EU last year

Poland, Bulgaria and Romania posted the lowest meat prices in the European Union in 2016, with 47 percent lower than EU average, 44 percent, respectively 41.1 percent, while Denmark registered the highest meat prices, according to the data published this...

Kyrgyz president: Those calling Turkish teachers terrorists should see a doctor

Kyrgyz president: Those calling Turkish teachers terrorists should see a doctor

Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev has said those who view as terrorists teachers working at the Gülen-linked SAPAT educational institutions in the country need treatment and should see a doctor.

IMF maintains 2017 global growth forecast at 3,5 percent

IMF maintains 2017 global growth forecast at 3,5 percent

The International Monetary Fund announced that it is keeping its global growth forecast unchanged, with a prediction of 3,5 percent growth in 2017 and 3,6 percent in 2018.