Beatrice Rancea, the manager of the Romanian National Opera in Iasi, who is facing criminal proceedings in a case file regarding financial irregularities found at the Opera House, with a damage of 5 million lei, has been placed placed under judicial control, according to DIICOT (Directorate for Investigating Organised Crime and Terrorism) representatives.
Turkish newspaper The Daily Sabah raised the matter, accusing Greece of denying Muslim rights
Interior Minister Lucian Bode said on Thursday that trained dogs will be used at Sibiu Airport to detect people infected with SARS-CoV-2. "It has been a great interest in what our colleagues from the Sibiu Canine Centre are doing.
The Turkish press is beating the drums over the arrival of US forces in Evros
Turkey proves every day that it has no intention whatsoever to improve its relations with Greece