Over 21,000 people violate curfews, lockdown

More than 21,000 people violated weeknight curfews and weekend lockdown in Turkey from March 22 and March 29, the country's Interior Ministry has said.

Turkey earlier this month moved to what the government dubbed the "controlled normalization" phase, softening some of the previously introduced measures designed to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control.

Editorial: Irrational civil wars

Undoubtedly the current public health, economic, and political conditions are not the best for celebrating the bicentennial of the beginning of the Greek War of Independence.

At an historic juncture and at an extraordinarily difficult time for the country and its citizens we see ample evidence of the worst aspects of our life as a nation since the revolution of 1821.

Govt in dilemma about new coronavirus variants and new lockdown

Ljubljana – New variants of coronavirus pose a dilemma whether to proceed with the planned colour-coded exit strategy or impose stricter lockdown for a short period of time, PM Janez Janša said in parliament on Monday, as he answered a coalition MP question whether the government was planning any new measures in connection with Covid-19.