News archive of September 2018
At least 14 PKK militants were "neutralized" in airstrikes in northern Iraq, the military said on Sept. 29.
Turkey is ready to provide assistance to Indonesia, where earthquake and tsunami caused loss of many lives, an official statement said on Sept. 29.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met with Germa Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sept. 29 at a working breakfast to discuss bilateral and international issues.
A total of 3,480 polling stations opened at 7am on Sunday for the referendum in Macedonia in which some 1.8 million voters will have the right to decide whether or not they support the "name" agreement reached this summer with Greece.
Voters will have to answer the question: "Do you support EU and NATO membership by accepting the deal between Macedonia and Greece?"
A man who was killed in a violent altercation at a migrant processing center north of Athens has been identified as being a 31-year-old Syrian national.
Police sources confirmed that the man died of massive head injuries probably sustained during a brawl, allegedly between rival groups of Syrian and Afghan residents at the camp.
Hundreds of abortion rights activists and supporters marched through the centre of the Croatian capital, Zagreb, on Saturday, calling for abortion rights to be upheld.