News archive of December 2018
One of the Benaki Museum's last exhibitions launched in 2018 offers visitors to its Ghika Gallery, near Syntagma Square, the chance to travel back to that same central Athens plaza 114 years ago.
Locals are likely to experience a lot of deja vus in the show, with plenty of familiar scenes, as well as others that evoke wonder at how much they've changed.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has announced the ruling Justice and Development Party's mayoral candidates for Istanbul for March 31 local elections with a list headed by Parliament Speaker Binali Yıldırım.
Bucharest, Dec 29 /Agerpres/ - The Ministry of Transport has halted the entire road transport sector and the operators are preparing big protests in the country and in Europe, reads a Saturday's release issued by the Federation of Romanian Transport Operators (FORT) for AGERPRES.
A female bodybuilding champion has been killed by her boyfriend in the western Turkish province of İzmir.
Turkey and Russia have agreed on coordination in Syria to clear all terror groups after the U.S. announcement for withdrawal from the war-torn country.
Turkish intelligence officers brought back from Azerbaijan a member of the group behind the 2016 defeated coup in Turkey, security sources said on Dec. 29.