Low tide reveals ancient port in north Aegean town

The remains of a 2,500-year-old ancient port were revealed for the first time in a generation due to a low tide in Turkey's northern Aegean town of Ören.

"I've been hiking up here for many years. I've been watching the seaside. It's the first time I see such a huge low tide," said local resident Timur Yılmaz, who is a retired military sergeant.

French ambassador slams Ankara's 'bogus deal' with Tripoli gov't

The French Ambassador to Greece Patrick Maisonnave on Monday underlined France's interest in boosting defense ties with Greece during a press conference delivered from the Dixmude amphibious assault ship and helicopter carrier which is currently docked at the port of Piraeus and participating in exercises with Greek armed forces.