Greek-Turkish tensions have been heating up in the Mediterranean, but some common interests are pushing the two neighbours to co-operate, especially on trade routes.
Flights to Sulaimaniya have not been included in the plan, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says.
Trains, flights, schools disrupted by nationwide strike of public sector workers angry at President Macron's reforms, including plans to shake up the state-owned and highly indebted SNCF rail company.
Leaders of 44 African countries sign the deal in Rwanda that aims to create a continental market of 1.2 billion people, with a combined GDP of over $3.4 trillion.
Under the plan, companies including Google and Facebook with significant digital revenues in Europe will pay a 3 percent tax of their turnover on various online services in the EU, generating an estimated $6.1 billion a year.
Google launches a $300 million project to combat fake news and strengthen journalism. It is working with 50 media partners, bolstering their business models and introducing technological changes.
Despite the flawed electoral process in the Russian election, Vladimir Putin's popularity remains high. Russia has Putin in its future as far as the eye can see but that does not bode well for the country's economy, or for peace in the region.
Notes from the diary of a Turkish soldier, who fought in Gallipoli, tell us how brutal the Great War was on the other side – the side which was stereotyped as “the sick man of Europe.”
At least two people attacked Turkey's embassy in Copenhagen with petrol bombs early on Monday causing some minor damage to the exterior of the building. Police say four attackers were involved.
There are seven other approved candidates, but Putin's access to friendly TV channels has limited their impact. None of them poses a serious challenge.
The European Commission promises extra funding to compensate Turkey for accommodating more than 3 million Syrian refugees, including those who initially planned to use Turkey as a staging post for onward travel but decided to stay back.
It’s the highest death toll of migrants in months, highlighting once again the exploitation of desperate people at the hands of human smugglers.
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