Four dead after crash of German small plane in Croatia

Four dead after crash of German small plane in Croatia

All four people on board the German small plane that disappeared from the radar on Sunday after taking off from the coastal Croatian city of Split are dead, Croatia’s civil defence has confirmed on Monday.

EU spares pipeline oil from Russian embargo plan to break logjam: Bloomberg

EU spares pipeline oil from Russian embargo plan to break logjam: Bloomberg

The European Union proposed banning seaborne oil from Russia while delaying restrictions on imports from a key pipeline in an effort to satisfy Hungarian objections and clinch an agreement on a stalled sanctions package that would target Moscow for its...

At least 25 killed in landslides in north-eastern Brazil

At least 25 killed in landslides in north-eastern Brazil

At least 25 people have been killed in a series of landslides in north-eastern Brazil following heavy rainfall.

9-month pregnant inmate denied transfer to state hospital, will remain in jail

9-month pregnant inmate denied transfer to state hospital, will remain in jail

A 9-month pregnant inmate’s request to be transferred to a state hospital has been denied by the Edirne prison management, Turkish Journalist Sevinç Özarslan reported.

WHO sees no reason for alarm over monkeypox

WHO sees no reason for alarm over monkeypox

In view of the unusual spread of monkeypox, the World Health Organization (WHO) is urging various measures, but sees no reason for alarm.

Turkish authorities arrest 13 women on alleged Gülen links

Turkish authorities arrest 13 women on alleged Gülen links

A total of 13 women, including students and teachers, were arrested on Tuesday in southern Antalya province for alleged links to the Gülen movement, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing the Bold Medya news website.

Former Moldovan president placed under house arrest

Former Moldovan president placed under house arrest

Former Moldovan president Igor Dodon was put under house arrest in the course of an investigation examining, among others, the charge of high treason, local media reported on Thursday.

Military cadets convicted on coup charges released after 6 years in prison

Military cadets convicted on coup charges released after 6 years in prison

A number of military cadets who were convicted on coup charges and sentenced to life in prison due to their alleged role in a coup attempt in Turkey in July 2016 have been released from jail after an appeals court...

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