A pedestrian overpass collapsed Aug. 7 in Ankara when a truck carrying a bulldozer hit the top of it, although no immediate casualties were reported.
The truck carrying the bulldozer hit the overpass, which includes a restaurant, on Etlik Street near the Gülhane Military Academy of Medicine (GATA).
A number of ambulances and rescue vehicles were deployed to the area.
People in Nis in southern Serbia took to the streets at the end of June after the local authorities almost doubled the price of central heating.
They gathered in front of the city hall, demanding that the authorities lower the price of central heating, or take their apartments off the city's central heating grid.
Zeljko Peratovic, a well-known investigative journalist, was attacked in his home in a village near Karlovac in central Croatia on Thursday evening.
Peratovic said that while he was in front of his house, three men drove up and started to insult him about articles written on the illegal excavation of gravel.
The tragic murder of Ani, aged 4, last month shocked public opinion in Greece.
High-ranking real estate agents on Tuesday expressed their concern on the state of the property sector and lack of interest shown by foreign investors. At an event in Athens ahead of Prodexpo 2015 focused on real estate, National Pangaea CEO Aris Karytinos underlined the need to escpe from what he calls “a perfect storm”.