Biden, Erdoğan to discuss their differences next week: White House

U.S. President Joe Biden and Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan will meet to discuss Syria, Afghanistan and other regional issues next week and will also look at the "significant differences" between Washington and Ankara, the U.S. national security advisor said on June 7. 

Transgender People Face Fight to Access Healthcare in Croatia

"Most often, we either cannot afford the necessary healthcare or the care we need does not exist in Croatia at all and there is no way of covering the costs of care in the countries where it does exist, or we face discrimination and human rights violations within the healthcare system," Topal told BIRN.

Surgery unaffordable for many

US amb Pyatt expresses optimism for ‘calm summer’ this year

US ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt on Friday reminded that the State Department last summer expressed concern over provocative Turkish actions in the wider region, especially in the maritime areas around Cyprus.The high-profile US diplomat made the statement during his appearance in the western port city of Patras for an event entitled "Regional Growth Conference".In response to a question,

US President Biden Imposes more Sanctions on China

US President Joe Biden is set to ban Americans from investing in dozens of Chinese tech and defence firms with alleged military ties.

The new executive order will come into effect on 2 August, hitting 59 firms including communications giant Huawei. The list of firms will be updated on a rolling basis.

It expands an order previously issued by former President Donald Trump.