Germany’s new LNG terminals to start operating at turn of the year

Germany’s new LNG terminals to start operating at turn of the year

Germany’s first two temporary liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, being prepared as part of a shift away from Russian energy, will go into operation at the end of this year or the start of 2023, said German Economy Minister Robert...

Germany wants faster talks on bringing Balkan states closer to EU

Germany wants faster talks on bringing Balkan states closer to EU

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock wants to accelerate the discussion about bringing the Western Balkan states closer to the European Union.

At least 18 reported dead in missile attack on Ukraine’s Odessa

At least 18 reported dead in missile attack on Ukraine’s Odessa

At least 18 people in an apartment building were killed in a Russian missile attack in the Odessa region, according to local Ukrainian officials.

Police detain 7 university students over “terrorism” accusations

Police detain 7 university students over “terrorism” accusations

At least 7 university students have been detained by police in Çorum province over alleged links to the Gulen group, which the government accuses of masterminding a coup attempt. The group denies any involvement.

Amnesty: Russian airstrike on Mariupol theatre constituted war crime

Amnesty: Russian airstrike on Mariupol theatre constituted war crime

Amnesty International has concluded that the Russian airstrike on a theatre in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol in March constituted a war crime.

Military cadets did not know a coup attempt was unfolding, top court says

Military cadets did not know a coup attempt was unfolding, top court says

Turkey’s Supreme Court of Appeals, which earlier this month overturned life sentences handed down to dozens of military cadets who were convicted on coup charges, has said in its reasoned opinion that the cadets did not know a coup attempt...

NATO to agree biggest defence policy changes since end of Cold War

NATO to agree biggest defence policy changes since end of Cold War

NATO leaders are expected to sign off on a major reinforcement of the alliance’s Eastern European members on Wednesday when they meet in Madrid to project a united stance amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Turkish court removes travel ban for former Zaman journalists

Turkish court removes travel ban for former Zaman journalists

A Turkish court has reportedly removed a travel ban for four former Zaman journalists, Mümtaz’er Türköne, Şahin Alpay, Ali Bulaç and Ahmet Turan Alkan.

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