Getir starts operating in New York
Istanbul-based Getir, the pioneer of ultra-fast grocery delivery business, announced yesterday that it started serving customers in New York.
The company entered the U.S. market with Chicago last month. It is planning to expand its service to Boston soon.
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Turkey aims to vaccinate over 80 percent of population, says expert
Turkey aims to vaccinate more than 80 percent of the population against COVID-19, Professor Alper Şen from the Health Ministry's Science Board has said.
The vaccine drive is not moving at the desired speed, but still the vaccination rate in Turkey is higher than many countries in Europe, according to Şen.
Amazon Web Services – The company invests in Greece
Foreign investment funds and large business groups have been steadily voting for Greece lately.
Today at 9.30 in the morning, the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to meet with executives of Amazon Web Services regarding the large investment of the company in our country, following today's announcements of Amazon Web Services in the USA.
EC is Preparing Criminal Proceedings against Bulgaria for Accessing Data from Criminal Record Certificates
The European Commission has announced that it is preparing criminal proceedings against Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Malta, and Portugal for incorrect application of the rules on the exchange of data on criminal record certificates and the establishment of the relevant European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS).
More than 8 billion Vaccines against Covid have been Administered Worldwide
The number of coronavirus vaccinations in the world has exceeded 8 billion. More than half of them (4.16 billion) are in three countries - China (2.5 billion), India (1.2 billion) and the United States (0.46 billion).
State Leaders from around the World Congratulated President Rumen Radev on his Re-Election
President Rumen Radev received congratulatory letters from heads of state from around the world on the occasion of his re-election for a second term, the press office of the head of state announced.
Media: Part of the Crisis Staff will request quarantine
Namely, as Novosti writes, the medical part of the Crisis Staff will request quarantine to be introduced for passengers from all countries where the omicron strain has been confirmed. But, since omicron is registered in many European countries, it is not certain that such a decision will be made.
AFP: The “Struma” Tragedy in Bulgaria is the Worst Bus Accident in Europe for the Last Decade
Yesterday's bus crash in Bulgaria, which killed at least 46 people, is the worst bus crash in Europe in a decade. This is how Agence France-Presse (AFP) commented on the tragedy that happened early morning yesterday on the territory of Bulgaria with a bus with Macedonian registration.
Europe battles COVID surge as WHO warns of 700,000 more deaths
Europe remains "in the firm grip" of COVID and the continent's death toll could top 2.2 million this winter if current trends continue, the World Health Organization warned on Nov. 23.
Europe is battling an upsurge in the pandemic that saw Austria return to lockdown this week while Germany and the Netherlands are poised to announce new restrictions.
Struggling Beşiktaş eyes consolation in Europe
Beşiktaş eyes its first Champions League win of the season when it hosts Ajax on Nov. 24 in Istanbul, hoping to end its recent slump.
The defending Turkish Süper Lig champion has lost all its four games so far in Group C, sitting at the bottom of the group with a 10-goal difference. The club has also won just twice in its last eight league games.
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