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Hillary Clinton in Sofia: Women’s Equality Remains the Unfinished Business of the 21st Century

Women's rights remain the unfinished business of the 21st century, with a pressing need to support young women in obtaining education and skills to realize their potential. This sentiment was expressed by Hillary Clinton during a special meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in Sofia, organized by Kiril Domuschiev and Domuschiev Impact.

Coppola's long-awaited 'Megalopolis' divides Cannes

Hollywood titan Francis Ford Coppola returned to the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday to unveil his enormously hyped, wildly experimental and deeply divisive "Megalopolis".

The 85-year-old director's arrival at the world-famous movie festival — where decades earlier he twice scooped the top prize Palme d'Or — has been the frenzied talk on cafe terraces in the swanky Cote d'Azur city.

Türkiye’s biodiversity under spotlight after US professor arrested for smuggling

The apprehension of a U.S. professor at Istanbul Airport, caught while attempting to smuggle endemic animal species, including scorpions, has once again thrust Türkiye's biological richness into the spotlight.

This richness also makes Türkiye an attractive destination for biological smugglers.

American man charged with spider smuggling in Turkey says he is back in US

A curator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York said on Tuesday he was released and arrived back in the United States after Turkish authorities detained him on suspicion of trying to smuggle valuable poisonous spiders and scorpions out of the country.

Vucic: I am heading to New York to respond to those wishing to accuse Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced he would travel to New York on Monday evening for a UN General Assembly session on a Srebrenica resolution.

Vucic made the announcement at a press conference with EU Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi in Belgrade.

Turkish diaspora in US gears up for annual parade

Turkish Americans are gearing up for a celebration of culture and community as they prepare to mark the 41st Turkish Day Parade in New York on May 17 and 18.

The festivities will commence with a flag-raising ceremony at Bowling Green park, honoring both the heritage and resilience of the Turkish-American community.