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Nearly 40 activists from Greece and Italy plan to launch a flotilla from the port of Hania on Crete on Friday to protest the decommissioning of Syria’s chemical weapon

BELGRADE - Ivica Dacic, Serbia's first deputy prime minister and foreign minister, and newly appointed Chinese Ambassador to Serbia Li Manchang agreed on Thursday that

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras marked Thursday’s 40th anniversary of the end of the military dictatorship by saying that democracy has “deep roots” in Greece but the g

By Harry van Versendaal

Anti-Semitism in Greece is more common among people who are susceptible to the lure of conspiracy theories, a new survey has shown.

Turkey has been doing its best to reach out to Iraqi Turkmens caught in the middle of sectarian strife in neighboring Iraq, the head of a government aid agency has sai

The voting cards for the Aug. 10 Turkish presidential elections were unveiled on July 24.

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Voting cards for Turkish presidential polls revealed

The voting cards for the Aug. 10 Turkish presidential elections were unveiled on July 24. The three presidential candidates, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Selahattin Demirtaş and Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu have been placed on the cards from left to right, respectively, as they prepare for Turkey’s first-ever presidential election by popular vote.

Turkey ‘doing its best’ for Iraqi Turkmens

Turkey has been doing its best to reach out to Iraqi Turkmens caught in the middle of sectarian strife in neighboring Iraq, the head of a government aid agency has said, in an apparent response to criticism that the government has been ignoring the plight of Turkmens.

Building of 350 houses, aid for 10,000 damaged housing units

BELGRADE - The Serbian government adopted on Thursday programs for recovery of the destroyed and damaged housing units in the areas that were affected by the severe floods in May, which envisages the building of 350 houses and the financial assistance for owners of 10,000 damaged family housing units.

Activists launch flotilla against Syria chemicals

Nearly 40 activists from Greece and Italy plan to launch a flotilla from the port of Hania on Crete on Friday to protest the decommissioning of Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile in the sea south of the island.

Greek leaders mark 40th anniversary of the fall of the junta

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras marked Thursday’s 40th anniversary of the end of the military dictatorship by saying that democracy has “deep roots” in Greece but the government’s spokeswoman found herself in disagreement with President Karolos Papoulias, who argued that democracy has suffered during the country’s economic crisis.

Excellent relations between Serbia and China

BELGRADE - Ivica Dacic, Serbia's first deputy prime minister and foreign minister, and newly appointed Chinese Ambassador to Serbia Li Manchang agreed on Thursday that relations between the two countries are excellent, showing a continuous improvement.

Study finds Greeks with soft spot for conspiracy theories are more likely to hold anti-Semitic views

By Harry van Versendaal

Anti-Semitism in Greece is more common among people who are susceptible to the lure of conspiracy theories, a new survey has shown.

The study, which was carried out by a group of Greek experts from local as well as international institutions and unveiled during a recent seminar in Berlin, was conducted before Israel's latest Gaza offensive.

US Jewish group demands PM Erdoğan return award

A prominent Jewish organization in the United States has asked Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to return a courage award he received in 2004, following his response to the recent Gaza operations.