Greece opens fire at civilian boat in Aegean Sea

Greece opened fire at a boat carrying civilians off the island of Rhodes in the Aegean Sea, said the Turkish Coast Guard Command on Aug. 11. 

In a statement, the command said two Turkish and one Syrian nationals were injured and the boat sank due to the attack.

It said the attack took place 0040GMT in the Greek waters, 7.2 nautical miles from Turkey's Mugla province.

Virus concern creates fake real estate advertisements

The coronavirus anxiety has spread to Turkey's real estate sector as some people are putting up unrealistic and misleading advertisements, claiming some houses are "coronavirus-free" or "isolated from the virus."

Real estate consultations say that since the virus has spread to Europe, the demand for detached houses and lands outside cities has increased.

5.4 magnitude quake strikes Mediterranean Sea

Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said an earthquake took place in the Mediterranean Sea off southwestern Turkish shores on Jan. 28.

In a Twitter post, AFAD said: ""#EARTHQUAKE: An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.4 occurred at 18.38 [1538GMT] in the Mediterranean Sea off [southwestern] Marmaris shores."