Christian NGO’s Child Sponsorship Program Angers Kosovo Parents

The project involved collecting data on some 3,000 children in need, aged 3 to 12, from about 30 villages in the Lipjan area.

Under the terms of the program, the donors send letters to sponsored children, in most cases Americans.

But three years on, some parents began to suspect that World Vision was misusing their children's data.

Rama Cynically Plays Gender Card With Women-Majority Cabinet

He chose a well-respected professional lawyer and an equally respected scientist, both from civil society, to head his Socialist Party list.

Today, neither of those women is part of parliament. Rama, the so-called "women-promoter" and "gender champion", ditched both of them.

He brought them in and escorted them out. It was all a personal decision done for personal gain.

Turkey nabs 3 suspects trying to flee to Greece

Three people, including two suspected members of the FETÖ, the group behind the 2016 defeated coup in Turkey, were nabbed in northwestern Turkey while trying to escape to Greece, said Defense Ministry on Sept. 4.


The suspects were nabbed by Turkish border guards in the province of Edirne, bordering Greece, the ministry said.

Turkey to play vital role in stopping Afghan influx to EU: Borrell

Turkey will play a big role in preventing the Afghan refugees from entering Europe, a top EU official said on Aug. 18.

"There will be a lot of Afghans trying to bypass Turkey for Europe. On this occasion, Turkey will play a vital role," EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell told the Spanish state radio RNE.

Turkey nabs FETÖ members trying to flee to Greece

Turkey nabbed 19 people, including 13 members of the FETÖ, while they were trying to slip out of Turkey, the Defense Ministry said on Aug. 7.


The suspects were arrested during an attempt to cross into Greece, the ministry said on Twitter.

They were caught by troops in the northwestern Edirne province near the Turkey-Greece border, it added.