Macron: Croatia is ready for Schengen area

Macron: Croatia is ready for Schengen area

Croatia is ready for the Schengen area, visiting French President Emmanuel Macron said at a joint press conference with his host, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, in Zagreb on Thursday.

Turkish prosecutors ordered detention of 342 people over alleged Gülen links in a week

Turkish prosecutors ordered detention of 342 people over alleged Gülen links in a week

Turkish prosecutors have over the past week ordered the detention of 342 people on terrorism charges due to their alleged links to the faith-based Gülen movement, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing local media.

Dismissed teacher reinstated 6 months after he died of cancer

Dismissed teacher reinstated 6 months after he died of cancer

Atilla Yalçıntaş, 59, a primary school teacher who was fired from his job by a government decree without due process, was reinstated six months after his death, sparking outrage among human rights activists, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported.

New report sheds light on algorithm used to persecute alleged members of Gülen movement in Turkish Armed Forces

New report sheds light on algorithm used to persecute alleged members of Gülen movement in Turkish Armed Forces

More than 13,000 Turkish military personnel have been dismissed since July 2016 on the basis of an algorithm used by the authorities to assess the alleged “terrorist” credentials or connections of military officers and their relatives in violation of multiple...

France and Croatia are partners for stability of Western Balkans

France and Croatia are partners for stability of Western Balkans

French President Emmanuel Macron said in Zagreb on Thursday that his country was committed to working on peace and stability of the Western Balkan region.

Turkish lira’s historic crash sparks protests, calls for AKP to resign

Turkish lira’s historic crash sparks protests, calls for AKP to resign

Scores of people in Turkey took to the streets, calling on President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) government to resign, after the lira plunged to a record low against the US dollar, losing 15 percent of its...

213 face detention in separate investigations over Gülen links

213 face detention in separate investigations over Gülen links

Turkish prosecutors have issued detention warrants for 213 people in separate investigations based in Ankara and İzmir on allegations of links to the Gülen movement, the Kronos news website reported on Tuesday.

Kosovo declares day of mourning after Bulgaria bus accident

Kosovo declares day of mourning after Bulgaria bus accident

Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani decided to declare Wednesday (Nov. 24) a day of mourning to pay tribute to the North Macedonia nationals, mainly ethnic Albanians, who died in a bus accident in Bulgaria.

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