Athens repeatedly denies accusations by rights groups and United Nations refugee agency UNHCR that it pushes migrants out of Greek waters.
Türkiye's Agriculture and Forestry Minister Vahit Kirisci says restoration efforts are set to begin soon.
Thermal power plant on Aegean Sea and residential areas emptied as deadly wildfire ravaging Turkey for the past week reaches its outer edge.
Agriculture and Forestry Minister Bekir Pakdemirli says a total of 125 fires have erupted since July 28 and 117 of them have been contained.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced Turkey to close its borders, affecting the country's vital tourism industry.
This is an account of the Turkish president's actions that night – that arguably may have led to the coup's failure.
Authorities say the bus was carrying mostly women and children who were on a trip from Izmir to the resort town of Marmaris.
The subsea internet cable system will connect 18 countries in Asia and Europe via the Middle East.
Four soldiers have been detained in the most recent round of detentions involving soldiers who took part in the attack on the hotel which President Erdogan was staying at during the attempted coup.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he would have been killed if he had not escaped before coup soldiers raided his hotel.
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