News archive of August 2018
U.N. envoy Staffan de Mistura
The Social Democratic Party's Women organization's Chair, Rovana Plumb, declared on Thursday, in Mamaia resort, that Viorica Dancila will certainly be the Prime Minister until the following elections.
Turkey's Beşiktaş have advanced to UEFA Europa League group stage after eliminating Partizan 4-1 on aggregate on Aug. 30.
Ankara and Bishkek need to collaborate against global terror to ensure people's safety, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Aug. 31.
A Croatian museum is in hot water with the country's Albanian minority after it was discovered using an insulting term for Albanians in an exhibition.
Croatia's Novosti newspaper reported the use of the word on Thursday on a panel board of a bilingual exhibition in Croatian and English in the Archaeological Museum in Zadar.
Macedonia's ex-Prime Minister and former ruling VMRO DPMNE party leader Nikola Gruevski is involved in a legal race against time that will determine whether he will serve his two-year jail sentence which was handed down in a first-instance verdict in May, or not have to serve any jail time because the statute of limitations has passed.
Walking through the iron gate and into the pretty garden of the Gennadius Library feels like stepping into a literary adventure. According to its director, Maria Georgopoulou, "there is always the possibility that right beside the book you are looking for, you may find the one you were supposed to find."