News archive of September 2018
A brawl at a migrant camp in Malakassa, north of Athens, has resulted in the death of a man and the injury of at least eight people, according to a preliminary reports from state and private media on Saturday.
The reports suggested that violence erupted between rival groups of residents at the camp on Friday and spilled over into Saturday.
One Turkish soldier was killed and four others injured on Sept. 29 after the PKK militants detonated an improvised bomb in northern Iraq, the Turkish military has announced.
Thousands of people, especially students and high school pupils from all over the country, set a new world record in Alba Iulia on Saturday - the largest map of a country made of people, inside which the number 100 was additionally highlighted, given that this year marks a century since the Great Union of 1918.
Turkey's Constitution Court has ordered the state to pay Baskın Oran, the columnist of Turkish-Armenian weekly Agos, 27,000 Turkish Liras (around $4,400) in spiritual damages due to a lack of an inadequate investigation into the death threats that Oran had received.
The Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) sends sincere condolences to the families of the victims of the earthquake in the Sulawesi Island, the Republic of Indonesia, which resulted in hundreds of dead, injured or missing persons.
A man takes a photograph during bad weather at the port of Rafina, east of Athens, on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. Severe weather warnings remain in effect around Greece, halting ferry services and prompting school closures, and in Turkey's west. AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis