News archive of August 2018
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has called international credit rating agencies "fraudsters," while promising his supporters "this too shall pass," referring to the ongoing market volatility.
Two people were stabbed at Amsterdam's busy Central Station on Friday before the alleged attacker was shot and wounded, Dutch police said.
A court in South Africa ordered the government on Friday to change the law to formally recognise Muslim marriage for the first time to avoid being in breach of the constitution.
The Minister of Energy and Mining Aleksandar Antic explained that the Chinese company submitted the best binding bid in the amount of $1 billion and 260 million out of which $350 million would go to mandatory monetary capital increase.
The company's obligations also include keeping all 5,000 workers and providing additional $200 million for previous debts.
Archaeological works in the southern province of Kahramanmaraş's Domuztepe Mound have unearthed an 8,000-year-old tool made of obsidian stone, believed to have been used as a razorblade, along with a spinner.