Greek court deliberates on appeal to suspend FYROM name deal

The Council of State, Greece's highest administrative court, discussed on Friday an appeal by pan-Macedonian associations to suspend the agreement signed between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) last month on the latter's name, which aims to end a 27-year dispute.

US President Trump cancels bilateral meetings in Brussels, including with Romania's Iohannis (sources)

AGERPRES special correspondent to Brussels, Belgium, Florentina Peia reports:

US President Donald Trump has cancelled all his bilateral meetings he would have on Thursday in Brussels, including with Romania's President Klaus Iohannis, according to official sources.

Turkish televangelist Adnan Oktar blames 'British deep state' over detention on several charges

Turkish televangelist Adnan Oktar has blamed the "British deep state" over his detention in Istanbul along with dozens of his followers on July 11, with several charges ranging from sexual abuse to military espionage against him.

Croatia Football Coach Fined for Video Supporting Ukraine

FIFA on Monday fined Croatian national team assistant coach Ognjen Vukojevic for participating in a video posted on social media declaring support for Ukraine, which has sparked angry reactions from Russian politicians.

World football's governing body, which forbids any political statements, fined Vukojevic 15,000 Swiss francs (12,880 euros) for his involvement.