President Klaus Iohannis, speaking on Friday at the EPP headquarters in Brussels during a meeting with representatives and supporters of the National Liberal Party (PNL) from the diaspora, said that he and the Liberals are "at war" with the Social Democratic Party (PSD), and that this conflict is of no doctrinal nature, but was generated by PSD's "attack" on the Romanians.
Authorities in Kurdish-controlled areas in Syria have accused Turkey of using unconventional weapons such as white phosphorus and napalm during its offensive in the northern areas of the country, AFP reported.
The agency says it has failed to independently verify these allegations against Ankara forces or Syrian fighters who support them.
Second day of Turkish offensive against Syrian Kurds. Dozens of strategic goals have been hit, including power lines and oilfields.
According to Turkish President Erdogan, more than 100 Kurdish troops have been killed in the past two days. Civilian casualties were reported on both sides of the border.
Washington suddenly throws into a game a coalition of Hashim Thaci and Isa Mustafa into forming a future government in Pristina, Vecernje Novosti reports.
Odalovic told RTS that it is evident that Albanians cannot calculate and manipulate the Serb List, so they try in other ways.
National leader of the Save Romania Union (USR) told a news conference in Braila on Friday that the prospect of a run-off between him and the PNL candidate would show Romania getting better. "The prospect of having a second round presidential election between the PNL candidate and the USR-PLUS candidate would indicate that Romania is getting better.
President Klaus Iohannis presented, on Thursday, at the PNL National Council meeting, the vision for Romania and gave assurances that he will not appoint a government that does not take responsibility for its desiderata and that he will build a new majority. "Dear Liberals, dear Romanians, I urge you to rebuild Romania!