News archive of July 2018
About 1.2 million Syrians have returned from refugee camps back to their homes after September 2015, the official newspaper of the Russian Federation Krasnaya Zvezda writes.
"Since September 2015, 1,186,000 Syrian citizens have returned home from refugee and internally displaced camps," the newspaper reported.
İYİ (Good) Party founder and leader Meral Akşener signaled she would continue to be the party's leader after announcing she would not be a candidate for the leadership position in the upcoming extraordinary congress amid efforts to persuade her from her supporters.
Albania's Vetting Commission claimed a major scalp on Monday when it sacked High Court Judge Shkelzen Selimi, citing his connections with organised crime - based on intelligence gathered over several years by both domestic and foreign secret services.
The judge was not present at the hearing and has issued no comment on the decision so far.
This handout picture released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) on July 29, 2018, shows displaced Syirans returning to their villages in the province of Daraa. AFP PHOTO / SANA
Taxi drivers across Spain joined a strike on July 30 against ride hailing competitors such as Uber and Cabify who they say unfairly threaten their livelihoods.
The Yerköprü Waterfall in Mut is said to have been formed as a result of erosion caused by the Ermenek Stream. Click through for the story in photos...