It comes as extreme cold has hit large parts of Europe, with freezing temperatures cracking railroad tracks in Poland and smog spiking as coal was being burned to generate heat.
A Turkish official said emergency workers had saved at least six crew members and found the bodies of two others.
The court in Istanbul found the journalist guilty of “obtaining secret documents for espionage” and “aiding a terrorist organisation,” on Wednesday.
Its candidacy for EU membership long-since rebuffed, Turkey appears more firmly set than ever on a path of assertive independence. Where it leads, will be a major issue in the year to come.
A fire broke out at an intensive care unit treating COVID-19 patients in southern Turkey after an oxygen cylinder exploded, killing nine people, the health minister said.
Following the coup attempt, President Erdogan and his government instigated purges of the military and civil society on an unprecedented scale in modern Turkish history.
Two Russian journalists from Russian TV channel NTV were arrested in Istanbul, the channel said.
Ramping up the ongoing war of words between the two leaders, the Turkish president said Macron was "trouble" for France.
First responders in the Aegean province of Izmir arrived at the scene Wednesday following reports of "noises" coming from underground
Commuters not wearing a mask see their face covered with an image of the coronavirus
They were accused of directing the coup and bombing key government buildings, including a section of the parliament building.