News archive of December 2018
The bronze statue of Apollo Medicus, which was stolen on December 16, will be returned to its place at the mineral water fountains in the centre of Sofia, Mayor Yordanka Fandakova wrote on Facebook. According to her post, the statue was found yesterday by police officers from the 5th police department.
Australia said Saturday it stripped a suspected militant held in Turkey of citizenship because he fought for ISIL.
A strong undersea earthquake struck off the southern Philippines on Saturday and the head of the country's quake-monitoring agency advised people in a southeastern province to avoid beaches in case of a tsunami.
For the first time, a Turkish citizen has been named the head of the UN's advisor budget committee, handling a budget of $10 billion.
This March 31, 2018 file photo, shows a vehicle of U.S. troops passing on a street, in Manbij town, north Syria. AP Photo/Hussein Malla, File
Turkey's Fenerbahçe Beko have come back to beat reigning Euroleague champions Real Madrid 65-63 thanks to Gigi Datome's layup with 6.6 seconds to go.
U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton has announced he would travel to Turkey and Israel next month, as the U.S. begins its withdrawal of military forces from Syria.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel held a phone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, her office said late Dec. 28.