News archive of June 2018

Danube Commission meeting in Belgrade

Opening the gathering on Friday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic said that the objectives of the Danube Commission cooperation, linking and free movement of goods and people remain important for the region and Europe like it was 70 years ago.

Baby sea turtles crawl to sea in Turkey's Muğla

Newborn caretta carettas which hatched in the world-famous İztuzu beach in the western province of Muğla's Dalyan neighborhood have begun crawling to the sea. 

Erdoğan vows to keep fight against terror

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vowed to keep fighting terror for the upcoming period, as the Turkish Army stated that 56 outlawed Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) members were either seized or killed in military operations carried in southeastern border cities of Turkey and Northern Iraqi regions between the dates June 22 to 28.

Alev Ebüzziya's ceramics at Baksı Museum

Turkish ceramic artist Alev Ebüzziya's exhibition, titled "Earth," has opened at the Baksı Museum in the Black Sea province of Bayburt's Bayraktar village. 

'Flying brain' blasts off on cargo ship toward space station

A ball-shaped artificial intelligence robot nicknamed the "flying brain" because it is trained to follow and interact with a German astronaut, blasted off June 30 toward the International Space Station aboard SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship.

US to Extradite Alleged Wartime Killer to Bosnia

A US court has ruled that former Bosnian Serb soldier Aleksandar Knjeginjic can be extradited to Bosnia and Herzegovina on suspicion that he participated in the murders of a Bosniak couple in Prijedor in 1994.