News archive of September 2018
It is necessary to aim a result-oriented, scheduled and strategic package deal for the Cyprus negotiation process, the president of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) told reporters following his meeting with the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at UN headquarters in New York.
The number of health care professionals in Turkey reached 920,939 last year, the country's Health Ministry announced on Sept. 28.
While Italy's decision to ignore the European Union's budget deficit cap had an immediate negative impact on Greek bond yields on Friday - showing that Greece remains vulnerable to all crises - the government in Athens was seeking a way to express its decision not to reduce pensions in January without inciting the wrath of its creditors in the first budget draft on Monday.
Coffee lovers converged on the Turkish capital Ankara on Sept. 28 for a good cup of brew.
Protests, violence, numerous meetings, campaigns, and top-level diplomatic activities - all of that preceded Sunday's historic referendum in Macedonia on the country's 'name' agreement with Greece.
Ever since Macedonia gained independence in 1991, its name has been the subject of a bitter dispute with its southern neighbour, Greece.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Sept. 28 received senior representatives of Germany's largest companies and banks in Berlin.
A Turkish pensioner has saved four cats from a fire by risking his own life despite firefighters' warnings.
Russia on Sept. 28 warned it will not allow jihadists in Syria to be sent to Afghanistan or elsewhere under a deal reached with Turkey that averted a large-scale military assault on rebel-held Idlib province.
Reversing course, President Donald Trump bowed to Democrats' demands Friday for a deeper FBI investigation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after Republican Sen. Jeff Flake balked at voting for confirmation without it - a sudden turn that left Senate approval newly uncertain amid allegations of sexual assault.
A powerful quake and tsunami left scores dead on the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said Sept. 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region.