The European Union needs to retain its calm position against developments in Turkey, while sending strong but targeted messages to Ankara, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told his peers in Brussels on Thursday.
His intervention took place in the context of the working dinner of the European Council, which discussed the state of EU-Turkish relations and the situation in Turkey.
Police in southern Sweden said on Thursday evening that several people have been injured in a small town known for past gang violence and that the incident was not being investigated as terrorism, Daily Telegraph writes.
Police said two of the injured were hurt during a shooting last night and that a total of four people were taken to the hospital.
Denmark takes the lead in tackling with a major issue of the world: Food. Food is the essential need of mankind that shapes our world, and if we do not take action now, our future is doomed to be grim. It is interesting that Denmark, being one of the foremost welfare states in the world, is concerned about the future of the planet and takes action to have better food for more people.
Danish police on Wednesday identified a headless female torso found in the Copenhagen waterside as that of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who police believe was killed on a home-made submarine, The Independent reports.
"DNA match between torso and Kim Wall," the police said on Twitter, declining to comment further until a press briefing later at wednesday.