News archive of August 2018
A stable, prosperous and democratic Turkey is in the interest of Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokeswoman said on Aug. 29.
Police say a 20-year-old Syrian man was attacked in the northern city of Wismar by three German-speaking men shouting anti-migrant slurs and had to be hospitalized for his injuries.
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on Aug. 29 criticized French President Emmanuel Macron for his remarks on Turkey and its EU membership process.
The 18th edition of the Golden Stag festival debuted Wednesday night, in Brasov, 50 years since the first show of the event, with a Gala dedicated to the Stag's winners.
Montenegro confirmed on Wednesday that it has been approached by Italy and asked to take in a number of migrants and refugees, to help end a 10-day standoff with a ship docked off the Italian coast at Catania.
The government in Podgorica said it was still mulling whether to take the mostly African-origin migrants and refugees, but has not yet taken a stance.