News archive of September 2018
Turkey and Venezuela enjoy "historic" relations in many areas, including economy and trade, Turkey's ambassador in Caracas said on Sept. 29.
Unidentified youths used homemade firebombs to target police stationed outside the Turkish Consulate in Thessaloniki early on Sunday.
The masked assailants lobbed Molotov cocktails at the police unit, prompting officers to respond with stun grenades and tear gas.
They also set fire to three garbage dumpsters before fleeing.
A powerful tropical storm, dubbed "Medicane," made landfall on Greece mainland on Sept. 29 and changed course before barreling toward Turkey's western coast.
At least five people were killed when an inflatable boat carrying irregular migrants sank off Turkey's northwestern Edirne province, security sources said on Sept. 30.
A man casts his ballot for the referendum in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on changing the country's name that would open the way for it to join NATO and the European Union in Skopje. An election official said turnout in FYROM's name change referendum stood at 16 percent six hours before the polls close. [Reuters]
Watching the two little lion cubs boisterously play with each other at a conservation center outside of South Africa's capital Pretoria, it's hard to see anything out of the ordinary. But these cubs are unique.