News archive of July 2018
A Ukrainian court on Tuesday sentenced an 84-year-old scientist to 12 years in prison for passing on military information to Russia, his lawyer and the prosecutor said.
The life of a teen in western Turkey has changed since finding radioactive material, which he had thought were prayer beads.
The historians of the future will have to carefully examine this new wave of interest in Athens - or is it love? The trend was perhaps sparked by the country's financial crisis and the ensuing urban decay, but it cannot be denied that rejection is not the only reaction to the Greek capital. In fact, a new interpretation has surfaced.
A court in Turkey's western province of İzmir rejected an appeal on July 31 for United States Christian pastor Andrew Brunson to be released from house arrest during his trial on terrorism charges, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
SOFIA, July 31 (Reuters) - Extensive rains in July have hit Bulgaria's wheat sowings and are likely to cut its 2018 crop to about 5.5 million tonnes, with average yields down some 7 percent from a year ago, a senior official at the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday.
In June, the ministry hoped that the wheat crop would match last year's bumper crop of 6.1 million tonnes.