A state of emergency introduced; Russians: We shot it down
Air defenses repelled an attack by drones near the town of Dzhankoy in Crimea on Monday evening, the Russian Investigative Committee, the body in charge of the most important investigations, said. "The target of all the downed drones was civilian infrastructure," the committee added.
Are Turkey and Egypt on a path toward normalizing relations?
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was in Cairo on Saturday for the first time since ties were ruptured a decade ago to push to restore full diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Day 391 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Explosions in Crimea
Ukraine, Russia trade claims after blast rocks Crimean town
Russian and Ukrainian officials on Tuesday gave conflicting accounts of what appeared to be a brazen attack late Monday on Russian cruise missiles being transported by train in the occupied Ukrainian Crimean Peninsula.
Wheat falls 1.3 pct, corn down as Black Sea grain deal extended
Chicago wheat and corn futures slid yesterday, with prices under pressure after a deal to export grains from war-torn Ukraine was extended over the weekend, easing some of the concerns over global supply.
Soybeans ticked lower on ample supplies from newly harvested record crop in Brazil.
Orlic meets with Georgia's Papuashvili
TBILISI - Serbian Parliament Speaker Vladimir Orlic met with Georgian counterpart Shalva Papuashvili on Monday during an official visit to Tbilisi.
The parties confirmed mutual support concerning their countries' European integration, as well as readiness for intensive cooperation and experience-sharing.
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Türkiye, Egypt launched process to appoint ambassadors: Çavuşoğlu
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu described their meeting with his Egyptian Sameh Shoukry as "open and sincere" and said the process has begun to raise the bilateral relations to the level of ambassadors.
Kremlin: Turkish gas hub is complex, will take time
The Kremlin said on Monday that work to create a gas hub in Turkey was a complex project that would require time to come to fruition.
Türkiye, Egypt to raise diplomatic ties to highest level soon: Turkish FM
Ankara and Cairo will raise diplomatic relations to the highest level "as soon as possible," Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on March 18, noting that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, could meet after the elections in Türkiye as part of efforts to end of a decade of estrangement between the two countries.
Ghana president among mourners at funeral of Christian Atsu
Ghana's president was among hundreds of mourners on March 17 who paid their last respects at the funeral of Christian Atsu, the soccer player who died last month in the Türkiye earthquake.