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Former French president Francois Hollande's experience on the International stage is replete with stories. From Putin to Obama or Tsipras, Hollande recorded his memories, with what happened behind the cameras, in a book, which is already a bestseller in France. The former French president spoke exclusively to "TA NEA" newspaper.
Five years after a church probe that he had ordered condemned the "miracle-working" priest, Demetrios Loupasakis, who drew thousands of faithful with a crucifix that he claimed to contain part of the True Cross of Christ, to the church of the Saints Isidore on Mount Lycabettus in Athens, Archbishop Ieronymos has said he will remove the priest and his entourage from the chapel, giving them a fiv
Turkey is cornered and could buy Russian aircraft
Yesterday at a ceremony in Tallinn, Estonia, BSMEPA received the award in the cross-border cooperation category of the International Trade Council's Go Global Awards!
The Go Global Awards recognize companies and organizations that drive the economy forward through their innovation, technology and strategic solutions.
Türkiye will be hosting the FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship for the second successive time, the Turkish Volleyball Federation has announced.
"The competition will be held in [the southern province of] Antalya between Dec. 14 and 18," it said in a statement.
Türkiye will be represented in the tournament with two teams, Vakıfbank and Eczacıbaşı Dynavit.
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has admitted that he invited his Greek counterpart, Nikolaos Panagiotopoulos, and his wife to Türkiye to create a positive atmosphere amid the increasing tension between the two countries.
"I invited Panagiotopoulos to Türkiye with his wife when we were in Brussels," Akar said during an exclusive interview on Oct. 20.
The US lifted its arms embargo on Cyprus in September but the US decision has rankled Turkey which is at odds with NATO ally Greece over the island