Turkish authorities arrest at least 80 pregnant women in past 6 years over terror charges

Turkish authorities arrest at least 80 pregnant women in past 6 years over terror charges

At least 80 pregnant women have been arrested and/or jailed between July 2016 and July 2022 over their suspected links to the Gülen group, which the Turkish government accuses of masterminding a failed coup in 2016. The group denies any...

Documentary details persecution of hundreds of military cadets over failed 2016 coup

A documentary telling the stories of military cadets in Turkey, hundreds of whom were unjustly convicted due to their alleged involvement in a failed coup in 2016, has premiered on YouTube, drawing widespread attention, the Kronos news website reported on...

At least 20 dead after rocket attack on Vinnytsia in western Ukraine

At least 20 dead after rocket attack on Vinnytsia in western Ukraine

At least 20 people were killed in a Russian missile attack in the centre of the western Ukrainian city of Vinnytsia, according to the authorities.

117,208 people in Turkey have been convicted of alleged Gülen links since failed coup

117,208 people in Turkey have been convicted of alleged Gülen links since failed coup

A total of 117,208 people have been convicted while more than 600,000 have been the subject of investigation in Turkey due to alleged links to the faith-based Gülen movement since a coup attempt on July 15, 2016, the state-run Anadolu...

Bulgaria to mandate masks again amid new SARS-CoV-2 wave

Bulgaria to mandate masks again amid new SARS-CoV-2 wave

Bulgaria is reintroducing the mask mandate as a response to the country’s surge of new SARS-CoV-2 infections, according to Angel Kunchev, Chief State Health Inspector at the Bulgarian Ministry of Health.

Croatia to start using the euro from January 2023

Croatia to start using the euro from January 2023

Croatia is to start using the euro from January 2023 after completing the final legal steps on Tuesday in Brussels to adopt the European Union’s common currency.

Michel: Srebrenica genocide one of darkest moments in modern European history

Michel: Srebrenica genocide one of darkest moments in modern European history

To mark 27 years since the Srebrenica genocide, European Council president Charles Michel said it was one of the darkest moments in modern European history, Bosnian daily Dnevni avaz reports.

Thousands protest in Tirana against Albania’s socialist government

Thousands protest in Tirana against Albania’s socialist government

Thousands of supporters of Albania’s right-wing opposition protested against the country’s socialist government in the capital Tirana on Thursday, with opposition leader Sali Berisha calling in a speech for Prime Minister Edi Rama to stand down.

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