Turkish president Erdogan's chief advisor Yigit Bulut threatens Greece, says Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than Afrin offensive, vows to break arms and legs of officials, PM or any Minister, who dare to land on disputed Kardak/Imia islet in Aegean.

Map. History of Balkans conflict

24 September 2018
President Dodon angered by local calls for Reunion with Romania, gets accused of double standards on separatism
Turkish president Erdogan's chief advisor Yigit Bulut threatens Greece, says Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than Afrin offensive, vows to break arms and legs of officials, PM or any Minister, who dare to land on disputed Kardak/Imia islet in Aegean.7 month ago
Turkish president Erdogan's chief advisor Yigit Bulut threatens Greece, says Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than Afrin offensive, vows to break arms and legs of officials, PM or any Minister, who dare to land on disputed Kardak/Imia islet in Aegean.
7 month ago
Euroleague Basketball has launched disciplinary proceedings against the Red Star Belgrade basketball club after the racist banner was raised by some fans at a match against Olympiakos of Greece
Russia hold military drills in Transdniestria, Chisinau is concerned
Romanian president says will stand up for courts' independence
NATO has extensive pre-deployment training for those in the field, deploys gender advisers in Kosovo and Afghanistan. @UN Special Envoy Jolie will meet some of them. - @jensstoltenberg
Two more photos from @HMSDuncan. The first shows the destroyer passing under the first (and the oldest) Bosphorus Bridge7 month ago
Two more photos from @HMSDuncan. The first shows the destroyer passing under the first (and the oldest) Bosphorus Bridge
The flagship of @SNMG_2 , @HMSDuncan passed through Istanbul this morning. It was August 2017, when she was last time in the city. The task force is heading to the Black Sea.7 month ago
The flagship of @SNMG_2 , @HMSDuncan passed through Istanbul this morning. It was August 2017, when she was last time in the city. The task force is heading to the Black Sea.
Bosnian Serb wartime police chief charged with genocide in Srebrenica
Slovenia likely to recognize 'State of Palestine'
7 month ago
U.N. envoy, in Athens, says time to end Macedonia name dispute
Slovenia Foreign Minister tells Israeli ambassador: Slovenia to recognize the State of Palestine; 1st vote in Parliament tomorrow
As Bucharest faces criticism over legislation on corruption, Romania's parliament voted in Viorica Dancila as the country's first female premier
Albania starts exhuming Greece's WWII unburied fallen
Bulgaria Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva on behalf of presidency of Council of EU says UK cannot have its own trade deals during Brexit transition. And all EU laws will apply, including changes - despite demands of UK negotiator @DavidDavisMP
Erdogan meets Serbian, Bosnian leaders in Istanbul7 month ago
Erdogan meets Serbian, Bosnian leaders in Istanbul
7 month ago
Cyprus presidential election exit poll shows incumbent Anastasiades in runoff with communist party-backed candidate
Hundreds of Kurds march to the Embassy of Turkey in Athens against the Turkish military operation in Afrin8 month ago
Hundreds of Kurds march to the Embassy of Turkey in Athens against the Turkish military operation in Afrin
8 month ago
Thousands of Turkish Cypriots protest Ankara meddling. Tensions with the Turkish government mounted this week after a mob of hardliners attacked the office of the Turkish Cypriot newspaper
Albanian defence minister @xhacka olta visited yesterday the defence minister of Turkey @nurettincanikli.8 month ago
Albanian defence minister @xhacka olta visited yesterday the defence minister of Turkey @nurettincanikli.
Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Croatia's PM Andrej Plenković met in Davos and agreed on promoting the sale of Israeli F-16s to Croatia which plans to replace its outdated, Soviet-designed Mikoyan MiG-21 fighter jets
Jaroslav Strnad, the chief financial backer of the Czech president, has been secretly snapping up arms stockpiles and factories throughout the Balkans
Bulgaria delays vote on treaty that opposes violence against women
8 month ago
Macedonia to rename airport in step to end name row with Greece
8 month ago
A 20-member Ukrainian crew, on board a Cyprus flagged cargo ship AMSEL, are close to starvation at the Bulyard Shipyard (Port of Varna) in Varna (Bulgaria), after the owner abandoned the vessel.
A 20-member Ukrainian crew, on board a Cyprus flagged cargo ship AMSEL, are close to starvation at the Bulyard Shipyard (Port of Varna) in Varna (Bulgaria), after the owner abandoned the vessel.
8 month ago
Kosovo, Serbia Agree to Share Information on Ivanovic - Prosecutors in Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to share information on the investigation into the killing of the prominent Kosovo Serb politician, shot dead last week.
EU rules on asylum are splitting Europe, says EU presidency Bulgaria
Happening in Thessaloniki: Molotovs, tear gas and clashes with police forces during antifa demonstration in solidarity with Libertatia squat8 month ago
Happening in Thessaloniki: Molotovs, tear gas and clashes with police forces during antifa demonstration in solidarity with Libertatia squat
Far-right Burned Down Libertaria Squat in Thessaloniki8 month ago
Far-right Burned Down Libertaria Squat in Thessaloniki
8 month ago
An estimated 90,000 Greeks join nationalist rally over Macedonia name row in northern city of Thessaloniki. Among those who joined were right-wing clerics, neo-fascist Golden Dawn and members of right-wing New Democracy party. Anarchists were attacked.
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