Turkish teacher Çabuk freed on bail by Georgian court

Turkish teacher Çabuk freed on bail by Georgian court

Turkish teacher Mustafa Emre Çabuk has been freed on bail by a Georgian court, according to a Monday tweet by Rebecca Harms, member of the European Parliament and co-president of the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly.

Verdict of life in prison for Turkish journalists sparks int’l condemnation

Verdict of life in prison for Turkish journalists sparks int’l condemnation

A verdict of aggravated life imprisonment, or life without parole, handed down to three Turkish journalists on Friday on charges of attempting to destroy the constitutional order even after Turkey’s highest court had ruled for the release of one of...

Turkish Onur Air to launch -Istanbul-Ohrid flight for 2018 summer season

Turkish Onur Air to launch -Istanbul-Ohrid flight for 2018 summer season

Turkish low cost airline Onur Air will commence services between Istanbul's Ataturk Airport and Ohrid this summer season, following talks with the Macedonian government last October.

HDP’s Demirtaş says in his defense case against him is politically motivated

HDP’s Demirtaş says in his defense case against him is politically motivated

Selahattin Demirtaş, the imprisoned former co-chair of the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), began delivering his defense in court on Wednesday, saying the case against him is politically motivated and should be dropped.

EU split over expansion into Western Balkans

EU split over expansion into Western Balkans

European Union foreign ministers disagreed on Thursday over a proposal by the bloc’s executive to push for expansion into the Western Balkans, a region still scarred by ethnic wars fought in the 1990s and dogged by a reputation for lawlessness.

Kuwait says $30 billion pledged to rebuild Iraq

Kuwait says $30 billion pledged to rebuild Iraq

A total $30 billion in pledges were made Wednesday at a donor conference for Iraq's reconstruction after the country's devastating war with the Islamic State group, falling well short of the $88.2 billion Baghdad is seeking, The Associated Press reports.

3 dead, 5 missing in attempt to escape Turkey’s post-coup crackdown

3 dead, 5 missing in attempt to escape Turkey’s post-coup crackdown

At least three people died and five others were missing after a boat carrying a group of eight capsized on Tuesday in the Maritsa River while seeking to escape a post-coup crackdown in Turkey.

FMs Dimitrov and Kotzias agree for name dispute settlement process to resume under UN auspices

FMs Dimitrov and Kotzias agree for name dispute settlement process to resume under UN auspices

UN mediator in Skopje-Athens name negotiations Mathew Nimetz met Tuesday in Vienna with the Macedonian and Greek Foreign Ministers, Nikola Dimitrov and Nikos Kotzias respectively.

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