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With its historic architecture, characteristic city landscape, diverse cuisine and a culture of coexistence of Muslims and Christians, Mardin has become one of the fabulous tourist destinations in Turkey, especially after calm that has replaced conflict between the Turkish security forces and the PKK following the collapse of a peace process in the summer of 2015.
Minister of National Defence Gabriel Les on Tuesday had a meeting in Brussels with the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, in which context he voiced Romania's support in strengthening the EU profile in the field of security and defence, on the coordinates of action complementarity and synergy with NATO.
Europa Nostra, the leading heritage organisation in Europe, and the European Investment Bank Institute published today a technical and financial report comprising an action plan to preserve and develop the Buzludzha Monument in Bulgaria. The building was listed among the 7 Most Endangered heritage sites in Europe in 2018, following a nomination made by the Buzludzha Project Foundation.
This took place at their base in Batajnica, near Belgrade, as the unit is marking the 40th anniversary of its establishment.
SAJ officers demonstrated a clash with terrorists who occupied a building and a bus. The exercise was attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, and other officials.
Calendar-adjusted retail sales volume with constant prices slipped 7.5 percent on a yearly basis in October, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) revealed on Dec. 18.
A 45-year-old Serbian citizen has attempted to cross 10,345 kg of heroin across Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint. The value of the captured quantity of drugs is 931 050 leva. On Monday, at Kapitan Andreevo Border Checkpoint, around 5.30 hours, from Turkey to Bulgaria entered a Peugeot brand, run by the foreigner. The vehicle was diverted for a thorough customs check.
"We are witnessing the digitization of the economy all over the world. A process that is supposed to be called "Industry 4.0," and experts define it as the Industrial Revolution of today. And like every revolution, it brings many opportunities, but also challenges for the labor market and the economy as a whole.
In Bulgaria self-employed workers are about 352 thousand people. Only 30% of them are very happy with their work. This is shown by Eurostat data for 2017, reports Dnevnik.
This percentage is lower in only three other EU countries. In Romania, 19 per cent of self-employed are satisfied with their work, while in Cyprus and Portugal they are 28 per cent and 29 per cent respectively.