Nato is not seeking confrontation with Russia and does not want another Cold War, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has told the BBC.
Turkey’s justice minister arrived in the United States on Wednesday for talks with Attorney General Loretta Lynch over the Turkish government’s demand for the extradition of US-based Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, the inspirer of the Gülen movement which Turkey...
Dozens of people were treated for injuries after a new series of strong earthquakes hit central Italy.
Based on available information, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said Thursday there are no injured Macedonian nationals in the series of earthquakes that hit central Italy yesterday.
NGO Human Rights Watch says that Turkish officials are violating human rights under the country's state of emergency. According to a report released on Tuesday, detainees suffer physical and sexual violence.
The EU moved Tuesday to prolong border controls in the passport-free Schengen area for three months, missing an end-of-year deadline to scrap the emergency measures adopted to cope with last year's massive migrant influx.
The Contemporary Journalists Association (ÇGD) has said although a military coup attempt was foiled in Turkey, freedom of the press in the country has been sustaining blow after blow since the failed coup.
A small plane carrying at least five people working for the European Union's Frontex border control mission crashed near the Maltese capital of La Valletta, with all on board presumed dead.