Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin warns a European Union meeting this week could upend negotiations between Greece and Turkey by threatening sanctions.
The pandemic has killed over 963,000 people and infected over 31 million worldwide. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for September 20:
Tens of thousands of opposition supporters march in capital Minsk and elsewhere despite authorities deploying a heavy police presence and arresting more than 100 protesters.
Thousands march in Berlin and other cities urging the European bloc and German government to do more to help migrants and refugees stuck in Greece.
Britain’s government will fine people who refuse an order to self-isolate up to $13,000 as the country sees a sharp surge in coronavirus infections.
Belarus, a former Soviet republic closely allied with Russia, has been rocked by mass street protests since President Lukashenko claimed victory in an August 9 election that his opponents say was rigged.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 958,000 people and infected over 30.86 million worldwide. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 19:
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he did not want another national lockdown but that new restrictions may be needed because the country was facing an "inevitable" second wave of Covid-19.
Alexey Navalny said in the Instagram update he still could not use his phone and had difficulties trying to pour water into his glass or climbing stairs because his legs trembled.
Turkey will continue to stand with the Crimean Tatars, who peacefully defend their rights and interests and strive to make their voices heard through democratic methods, says Turkey's Foreign Ministry.
Mediterranean cyclone Ianos, an unusual phenomenon also known as a medicane lashes islands in western Greece, bringing heavy rainfall and power cuts.
The UN envoys for Britain, France and Germany said that they remain committed to retain the nuclear agreement with Iran.
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