The Greek National Intelligence service was among several top Greek state and government websites that went down on 17 January due to a wholesale cyber attack for which an ultra-nationalist Turkish hackers group with apparently strong neo-Ottoman sympathies named Anka Neferler Tim has claimed responsibility.
Security forces have stepped up a search operation for a couple belonging to the Chaldean Catholic minority group in Turkey's southeastern Şırnak province.
No sight or sound have been caught of Hurmuz and Şimuni Diril, ethnic Assyrians living in the remote village Kovankaya near the town of Beytüşşebap, since Jan. 11.
The commander of forces fighting the U.N.-supported government in war-torn Libya has begun meetings in Athens.
Khalifa Haftar met with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias after arriving for a previously unannounced visit late on Jan. 16.
He will continue meetings with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Jan. 17 as well as with other senior Greek officials.
Turkey deported a foreign terrorist to Denmark, according to the Turkish Interior Ministry on Jan. 16.
Without naming the terrorist group, the ministry said in a statement that Turkey will continue returning foreign terrorists to their home countries.
Turkey deported nearly 780 foreign terrorists back to their countries in 2019.
At least three Turkish soldiers were killed during an anti-terror operation in northern Syria, an official statement said on Jan. 6.
The soldiers were killed in a car bomb attack during a road control in the Operation Peace Spring zone, said the statement by Turkey's Defense Ministry.
The ministry extended condolences to the grieving families.