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Two in every three new electric buses remain parked

It will take months for all 140 new electric buses Greece has just acquired to be put into service, with officials from the Ministry of Transport pointing to late August or early September. Until then the new buses will hit the streets at various stages.

New routes planned for halted Gaza aid from US-built pier

The United Nations has planned new routes within the Gaza Strip to transport aid from a US-built floating pier after crowds of desperate Palstinians intercepted 11 trucks, causing a halt to deliveries that continued for a third day on Tuesday.

Vucic meets with Chinese ambassador to UN

NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met with Chinese Ambassador to the UN Fu Cong in New York on Tuesday evening.

"An excellent dinner in honour of the Permanent Representative of the People's Republic of China to the UN, Fu Cong," Vucic wrote in a post on his buducnostsrbijeav Instagram account, but did not elaborate.

Heading to Albania, UK’s Cameron marks progress in joint effort to stop illegal migration

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron hailed progress in a UK-Albania joint effort to cut illegal migration before heading to Tirana on Wednesday.

Cameron said small boat arrivals from Albania to the UK fell by over 90% in 2023 as the two countries fought people smuggling gangs, and Britain has removed almost 6,000 Albanians, according to a Foreign Office statement .

Is the hype around Turkey’s Kaan fighter justified?

Rebecca Lucas and Stuart Dee join Thanos Davelis to discuss their latest piece in War on the Rocks - "Crowning Achievement? Kaan And The Turkish Defense Industry" - breaking down whether the hype around Turkey's Kaan fighter jet, which successfully completed its maiden test flight earlier this year, is justified.

Ankara to press Brussels for concrete steps on customs union, visa-free travel

Türkiye will reiterate its expectations from the European Union in regard to the modernization of the customs union and visa liberalization during EU Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations Oliver Varhelyi's visit to Ankara, the Turkish diplomatic sources have said.

Vucic: Serbs to be proud of their country

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday evening the Serbs would be proud of their country on Friday, the day after a UN General Assembly vote on a Srebrenica resolution.