Alleged glitch: Turkish Navy CASA CN-235 MSA tracking over Cyprus

1 March 2021
A minister in a Bosnian canton bordering Croatia said the EU member state had forcibly returned over 7,000 migrants and refugees to Bosnia last year, asking why his own country had not done the same to its neighbours
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Anadolu news agency reports that military delegations from Greece and Turkey are expected to resume technical talks next week at NATO's headquarters
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Greek lawmakers approve defense procurement program to purchase 18 French-made Rafale fighter planes, part of an armaments plan announced at a time of increased tension with neighboring Turkey
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Greece: A Syrian arrested on suspicion of belonging to the Al-Nusra Front in the Thessaloniki refugee camp
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Amazon Web Services (AWS), the largest provider of on-demand software services and cloud computing power, has formally announced the launch of an Amazon CouldFront Edge site in Athens, uniting Greece and Southeast Europe on the AWS global network
Romania's anti-corruption prosecutors yesterday opened criminal proceedings against former strongman Liviu Dragnea. He is suspected of influence peddling to secure his presence at Donald's Trump's inauguration as US President in 2017
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Two directors of health centres in Serb-majority municipalities in the north of Kosovo were questioned by police, after 55 doses COVID19 vaccines were allegedly sent to the country illegally from Serbia.
US Navy P8 Poseidon AE6860 en route to Eastern Mediterranean1 month ago
US Navy P8 Poseidon AE6860 en route to Eastern Mediterranean
Alleged glitch: Turkish Navy CASA CN-235 MSA tracking over Cyprus1 month ago
Alleged glitch: Turkish Navy CASA CN-235 MSA tracking over Cyprus
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NATO Secr. General @jensstoltenberg says that increased military build-up by Russia in the Black Sea region in Crimea is of great concern as Russia is investing heavy in new military equipment&increasing its military presence along @NATO borders
Romania: The government approved and sent to parliament a bill that will allow the country to purchase coastal naval missile defense systems through a military foreign sale procedure (FMS)
MiloradDodik "proved to be a coward" in the way he handled the removal of a plaque dedicated to RadovanKaradzic and the scandal revolving the Orthodox icon he gave Russia's FM, Bosnia's international administrator ValentinInzko said
A police officer holds a loudspeaker as university students shout slogans during a rally in Athens, Greece. Police have used tear gas to disperse crowds at a rally in the Greek capital organized to protest plans to set up a state security division at university campuses1 month ago
A police officer holds a loudspeaker as university students shout slogans during a rally in Athens, Greece. Police have used tear gas to disperse crowds at a rally in the Greek capital organized to protest plans to set up a state security division at university campuses
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Greek government: Turkey withdrew a research ship in disputed areas in the Mediterranean
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Greek government: Turkey requested the resumption of bilateral talks
"Most of the population is expected to be vaccinated by the end of April." At today's government session, Croatian PM Andrej Plenkovic announced that the country increased its COVID19 vaccine orders from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna
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Dacic: Kosovo is just as mine as Thaci's and Kurti's
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Greece Calls for the Return of 1,450 Migrants to Turkey Greece called on the European Union and its border agency Frontex, on Thursday to remove 1,450 migrants not entitled to asylum and return them to Turkey
Romania's Constitutional Court upheld a 40% pension increase that was passed by the previous ruling majority - but was deemed unsustainable by the government and international financial bodies. The law can be changed by the new parliament.
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Floods have been tearing through Kosovo submerging hundreds of homes, forcing many families to evacuate. We went to the municipality of Vushtrri/Vucitrn which is one of the most affected in the country.
Moldovan President Maya Sandu will ask the EU to check the situation on the Dniester due to Ukraine's plans to build several power plants on this river - a visit to Brussels will take place in a few days
Serbia will soon receive MiG-29 fighters donated by Belarusians. Four MiG-29 fighters donated to Serbia by Belarus will be delivered to Belgrade in the coming weeks after repair and modernization at the 558th aircraft repair plant in Baranovichi
Police securing the site of double homicide in Zenica, central Bosnia, while the main suspect is still at large1 month ago
Police securing the site of double homicide in Zenica, central Bosnia, while the main suspect is still at large
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The Greek Foreign Ministry: We discussed with the Italian side the provocative Turkish behavior in the Mediterranean
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Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 11 km NNE of Kamárai, Greece
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Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 9 km NNE of Kamárai, Greece
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 15 km NNE of Kamárai, Greece
Several global HumanRights organisations called on the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to provide emergency support for migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers. According to their joint statement, around 2,500 people remain without basic shelter
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Greek MFA on Greek territorial water extension: "Greece exercises its sovereign right and reserves its full right to extend its territorial waters and to exercise the rights of its national sovereignty. It is not in any way conceivable that it will waive any of its rights
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A decision by Kosovo Central Electoral Commission ahead of upcoming parliamentary polls to verify voters who live abroad by telephone has been criticised as a violation of the diaspora electorate's rights
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