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Prosecutors have ordered that a police officer who injured a protester during last yearâs Gezi demonstrations in Ankara be searched for until 2028, the time limit of the statute of limitations for the crime.
Mustafa NamlÄ± sustained permanent damage to his left-eye after being hit by a police tear gas canister during protests on June 1, 2013, in Ankaraâs KÄ±zÄ±lay Square.
In a recent interview to Agerpres, Secretary General of the Council of Europe (CoE) Thorbjorn Jagland voices satisfaction over the fact that Romania has not taken the same route in the European elections as France and other countries did, setting a good example and showing that there is a culture in Romania of not going with the flow.
Former interior minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov was sentenced to four years in prison for obstructing justice on May 29 in the latest political scandal to rock the country.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) estimated the damages from the devastating floods in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina at around EUR 3B.
Official estimates of the cost are not available yet, but in its report the EBRD put the damage at around EUR 1.5-2 B in Serbia and about EUR 1.3B in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Turkish security forces have removed roadblocks that were installed by supporters of the outlawed Kurdistan Workerâs Party (PKK) in a rural area of DiyarbakÄ±r to protest the construction of police stations.
The uncertainty about the kids reportedly abducted by the PKK adds to the political tensions.
Google began late Thursday letting people in Europe formally request to be "forgotten" by the world's leading Internet search service.
The move came just weeks after the European Court of Justice ruled that individuals have the right to have links to information about them deleted from searches under certain circumstances, such as it being outdated or inaccurate.