News archive of November 2018
As a wave of sit-ins against Greece's name deal with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) sweeps across the country exposing social divisions and evolving into a focal point of opposition between political parties, about 1,200 high school pupils Thursday marched through the northern port city of Thessaloniki.
Over 720 people have sought help in Pirogov in the last 24 hours, reports Darik.
"Over 720 people have gone through the Pirogov Emergency over the last 24 hours, and those who have sought help in traumatology are nearly 120, of which 15 are left to treat," said Maria Poirazova, spokeswoman for the hospital, quoted by the national radio .
A Turkish-origin politician was appointed as local administration and small business minister in the Victoria government of southeastern Australia on Nov. 30.
Nearly 35.6 million foreigners visited Turkey in the January-October period this year, the Culture and Tourism Ministry announced Nov. 30.