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Turkey may buy Russian fighter jets if US freezes F-35s, says newspaper

Turkey may buy Russian Su-57 fighter jets if the United States decide to suspend the delivery of F-35 jets to the country, in response to the purchase of Russian S-400 anti-missile systems, Turkish newspaper Yeni Safak reported Sunday.

ND will seek wider coalition if elected in government, says Mitsotakis

New Democracy will seek to form a wider cooperation with other parties if it is elected in government in the next general elections, even if it achieves full majority in parliament, party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis told private broadcaster Skai in an interview on Sunday.

However he excluded the governing coalition of SYRIZA and the Independent Greeks (ANEL) from those plans.

School cat Tombi becomes hero of book series

A stray cat living in a primary school in İzmir and came to be known in Turkey when removed from the school after a parent’s complaint is now the hero of a new children’s book series

President Iohannis: Our state institutions must regain Romanians everywhere's confidence in their country

The Romanian state institutions must regain Romanians everywhere's confidence in their country, for this is the only way they could return home and contribute to the development of a strong Romania, with their skills, mentality and experience gathered abroad, President Klaus Iohannis said in his message on the Day of Romanians Everywhere.

North and South Korean Leaders Hold Surprise Meeting

Seoul, South Korea (CNN) - The leaders of North and South Korea held a surprise meeting Saturday, their second in a month, two days after President Donald Trump abruptly canceled a summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Turkey's main opposition unveils election manifesto

The leader of the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) on May 26 unveiled his party's election manifesto, which vowed to find solutions to "five main problems of Turkey."

Bulgarian start-ups make CubeSats, Quantum Physics Experiment in Space

Space scientist Raycho Raychev's three-year-old start-up, EnduroSat, aims to make miniature satellites available at affordable prices to universities, research institutes and commercial users. "There's an unprecedented number of applications for our modules — from ship and truck tracking and navigation to astronomy, astrophysics and pharmacology," he says.