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Millions of citizens will be voting today until 5 p.m. local time at 180,065 ballot boxes in all 81 provinces of Turkey and live results will be here at Hürriyet Daily News after the first ballots are counted.
Thousands have filled the terminals of Istanbul's Atatürk Airport on June 24, the day of Turkey's landmark snap presidential and parliamentary elections.
Some 17,258 disabled and elderly voters in Turkey cast their votes from their houses and hospitals via mobile ballot boxes on June 24, a first in Turkish election history.
Legal proceedings were started on June 24 against 10 foreign citizens "who posed as election observers and attempted to interfere with the election," according to Interior Ministry officials, state-run Anadolu Agency reported.
Olympic champion Katerina Stefanidi won the 6th Athens Street Pole Vault on Friday, held at Syntagma Square in central Athens, clearing 4.80 meters.
This performance was her best for the season so far, as she had only managed 4.64 m. until Friday.
Stefanidi, also the world champion, tried to break her own national record of 4.91 m. but failed three times to clear 4.92 m.
Political leaders have begun casting their votes at various polling stations around Turkey on June 24 in the country’s landmark snap presidential and parliamentary elections that are taking place under an ongoing state of emergency.
More than half of the European Union's leaders meet in Brussels on June 24 to grapple with a resurgent political crisis over migration that threatens to tear the bloc apart.
Turkish celebrities are casting their votes in the country's key presidential and parliamentary elections, sharing photos at the ballot boxes on social media outlets.
Former Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos says snap elections "are the only way to re-legitimize the political class," adding that Dancila Government must go away because "it is incompetent and a disgrace for Romanian professionals."
Voting began in Turkish Cyprus for local elections on June 24. The voting is taking place as Turkey hits the polls around in all 81 provinces across the country in landmark presidential and parliamentary elections.
Greek police say they have detained four persons suspected of attacking two participants in the Thessaloniki Pride rally and march.
The four are suspected of approaching a Greek and a Brazilian participating in the march, one of whom was holding a rainbow flag, and verbally abusing them, before throwing them into the sea.
Turkish authorities have arrested six people for allegedly insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ahead of a campaign rally by his main electoral opponent on June 23.
Turks began voting on Sunday for a new president and parliament in elections that pose the biggest ballot box challenge to Tayyip Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party since they swept to power more than a decade and a half ago.
The elections will also usher in a powerful new executive presidency long sought by Erdogan and backed by a small majority of Turks in a 2017 referendum.