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Two people have died and a third is missing in central Greece as heavy rains have flooded the region.
The victims are a woman found dead in her home in the town of Farsala, in the region of Thessaly, and a 63-year-old farmer swept by the waters in the city of Karditsa. A woman who was traveling in her car is missing.
Buildings have been damaged by rivers bursting their banks.
Today it will be mostly sunny with temporary increases in cloudiness. It will continue to blow to a moderate wind from east-northeast. The maximum temperatures will be between 21 and 26 degrees, slightly higher in the extreme southwestern regions - up to 28-29, in Sofia - around 23, according to the NIMH forecast.
Bulgaria seeks to improve its education and health care, but poverty and social exclusion are a problem for the country. This was stated by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov during the Summit for Sustainable Development, which is being held days before the start of the 75th regular session of the UN General Assembly.
The 38th American-Turkish Conference will address bilateral economic, trade and strategic ties when attendees meet virtually Sept. 21- 24 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The event was organized by Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEİK) Turkey-US Business Council (TAİK) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Queen Elizabeth II has stripped Harvey Weinstein of the royal honor he was awarded before his predatory sex crimes came to light, an official government statement said on Sept. 18.
The disgraced Hollywood movie mogul, who is currently serving a 23-year jail term for rape, received the honor in 2004 in recognition of his contribution to the British film industry.
Turkey rescued 32 asylum seekers who were pushed back by the Greek Coast Guard into Turkish territorial waters in the Aegean Sea, said security sources on Sept. 18.
The asylum seekers were rescued from a rubber boat off the coast of Ayvalık in Turkey's western Balikesir province, said the sources, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.
A Turkish court on Sept. 18 sentenced a senior member of the ISIL terrorist group to over 12 years in prison.
The 2nd High Criminal Court in Turkey's northwestern Sakarya province ordered 12-years-and-six-months jail term for the so-called high-ranking Daesh militant Halis Bayancuk, also known by his codename Abu Hanzala.