Novak Djokovic overcame a sluggish start to lift his fifth Italian Open title while Simona Halep won her first title in Rome.
Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin warns a European Union meeting this week could upend negotiations between Greece and Turkey by threatening sanctions.
Ancient Lycian inscription, depicting regret of parents whose sons committed theft, was smuggled from Turkey and was found by Italian authorities in 1997.
Mediterranean cyclone Ianos, an unusual phenomenon also known as a medicane lashes islands in western Greece, bringing heavy rainfall and power cuts.
Up to 1,000 spectators have been allowed by the Italian government to be present at the final two days of the tournament in Rome.
The move to use women police officers to implement harsh anti-immigrant policies has been described as sexist by activists.
The operation comes more than a week after a fire burned down Greece's biggest migrant camp in Lesvos island, leaving thousands of refugees in need of emergency housing.
Facing the growing reality that a confrontation with Turkey may end badly, Greece is making questionable defence procurement decisions that may already be too little too late.
The seven former Bosnian Serb military officers and soldiers are suspects in the killing of 44 Muslims during the 1992-95 Bosnian War that claimed some 100,000 lives.
Greek police suspect that five migrants could be behind the fire that destroyed Europe's largest camp on September 8.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis' comments come ahead of an EU summit on rising Mediterranean tensions. Meanwhile, Turkey has called for the "immediate" disarmament of Chios island in the Aegean Sea.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is willing to welcome "hundreds of children and their families, perhaps even thousands," Germany's top-selling Bild daily reports.
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