News archive of July 2018
Historic tombstones have been discovered inside the garden wall of a school in the eastern Turkish province of Erzurum. Click through for the story in photos...
An advisor to Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday that any talks with the United States had to start with reducing hostility and a return to the nuclear deal.
The message on the registration plates personalized in Sweden has nothing to do with the criminal case opened by the Romanian Road Police in the name of the vehicle's owner, the spokesman of the Romanian Police Georgian Dragan told a news conference on Monday evening.
A Turkish businesswoman has said she intentionally put up a giant poster of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Istanbul's Trump Towers to bring his and U.S. President Donald Trump's names together in a symbolic move.
An Iraqi citizen with Down's syndrome has been looked after for four days by Istanbul police before his brother was found.
A new body was recovered in the sea off the coast of Glyfada, a suburb in the south of Athens, the coast guard said on Tuesday.
The body was found floating by a man who was sailing out in his boat and immediately alerted authorities, the coast guard said.
According to initial information, it belongs to a man of about 50 years of age.