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As with the Hagia Sophia, the decision is seen as being geared to consolidate the conservative and religious support base of Erdogan's ruling party at a time when his popularity is under strain.
Divers from Finland have uncovered a rare find in the Baltic Sea: a 400-year old trade ship.
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With brothels not keeping an official registry of clients, authorities in Castilla La Mancha haven’t been able to contact trace people who may have been exposed
Fifteen people have been arrested including three in the Spanish capital, Madrid, and one in Lleida, a city in the north-eastern province of Catalonia.
They performed in the shadow of the UK's first commercial wind farm.
Foreign Minister Ivan Korcok commented on the case after a Belgian newspaper this week published a 2018 video of an officer sitting on top of a man at Brussels South Charleroi Airport and another officer apparently making a Hitler salute.
Thermal springs and mud therapy on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast
Erdogan made the announcement on Friday. The plan is for it to be functional by 2023, the centenary of the Turkish Republic.
The Taoiseach said the resignation of his second agriculture minister in 54 days was "the right decision for the country."
With the EU’s travel ban on US citizens still in place, what options do American passport holders have when it comes to international travel?
It has been called one of the worst human-caused environmental disasters in American history.
The blazes have been caused by lightning strikes, the authorities say, and come amid a heatwave in the U.S. state.
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4,771 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in France on Thursday. The country had not seen the number of new infections jump over the 4,000 threshold since May.