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The blast at an explosives factory near the northwestern village of Gorni Lom has left two hydropower plants without electricity.

Operational Headquarters of the National Fire Security and Protection of Population Service is holding an emergency meeting over the blast at a privately-owned explosi

A Piraeus misdemeanors court on Wednesday handed suspended 15-month prison sentences to a reporter of the Parapolitika newspaper and its publisher after finding them g

A survey of Thessaloniki doctors has found that 41.7 percent are suffering from burnout.

A 36-year-old woman was detained by police on Wednesday in Serres, northern Greece, on charges of fraud and deception after she allegedly embezzled 15,000 euros from t

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Adnan Oktar: The Mahdi wears Armani

FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Mahdi Wears Armani: An Analysis of the Harun Yahya Enterprise’ by Anne Ross Solberg (Södertörn University Press, 240 pages, $30)

Choosing the lesser evil

After being stopped in front of Kirkuk with the combination of the resistance from Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and U.S. air strikes, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has carried the fighting into Syria

Government seeks support for action against ISIL

The Turkish government will seek support from lawmakers today for a mandate to authorize the army to send troops into Iraq and Syria to deal with the growing threat of extremist jihadists

Young Turks take a bow in Rome concert

The National Youth Philharmonic Orchestra concludes its Italy tour with a concert in Milan. After the concert the founder of the orchestra, Cem Mansur, expressed his pride 'on behalf of Turkey'

Beşiktaş, Trabzonspor eye victory on European stage

Istanbul club Beşiktaş travels to north London to take on Tottenham Hotspur in a Europa League clash, while Trabzonspor hosts Legia Warsaw at home, hoping to continue winning on the European stage