Turkey's Ramil Guliyev won silver by breaking Turkey record with time of 10.23 in men's 100 meter's final.
French Emmanue Biron won gold with 10.22 while Italian Michael Tumi won bronze with 10.25.
Men's 1,500 meters final
Ozbilen was followed by Moroccan Yassine Bensghir with silver and Algerian Imad Touil with bronze.
Women's 400 meters hurdles final
Moroccan Hayat Lambarki got gold with time of 55.27 in women's 400 meters hurdles final.
Moroccon Lamia Lhabz won silver with 55.51 while Italian Manuela Gentile won bronze with time of 55.89.
Men's 400 meters eliminations
Turkish Yavuz Can advanced to the final after ranking second with 46.53 in men's 400 meters eliminations.
French Mame Ibra Anne advanced to the final as ranked best with 45.78.
Men's 10 thousand meters final
Turkish Polat Kemboi Arıkan won gold medal with time of 28.17.26 in men's 10 thousand meters final.
Moroccan athletes Aziz Lahbabi got silver with 28.55.24 and Soufiyan Bouqantar got bronze with 28.57.24.
Women's Laser Radial class of sailing
Turkish Nazli Cagla Donertas won bronze medal in women's Laser Radial class of sailing while Croatian Tina Mihelic got gold medal in the same lane.
Spain's Alicia Cebrian clinched with silver in women's Laser Radial class of sailing.
Men's Laser Standard
Croatian Tonci Stipanovic won gold in men's Laser Standart class.
Tonci was followed by French Jean Baptiste Brenaz with silver and Spanish Jesus Rogel Sanchez with bronze.
Women's 470 class
In women's 470 class of sailing, French dual Camille Lecointre and Mathilde Geron got gold.
Croatia's team Enia Nincevic and Romana Zupan won silver whereas Italian dual Francesca Komatar and Sveva Carraro won bronze in the lane.
Men's 470 class
Croatian dual Sime Fantela and Igor Marenic won gold medal in men's 470 class of sailing while Greek Panagiotis Mantis and Pavlos Serafeim Kagialis got the silver.
Italian team Francisco Falcetelli and Enrico Clementi clinched with bronze.
Morocco wins gold after penalty shoot-out
Morocco won the gold medal after a penalty shoot-out defeat of Turkey at the final match at 2013 MedGames in Mersin.
At the final match in 17th MedGames, 90 minutes and extra 30 minutes, in total 120 minutes, were not enough to determine which nation would win the gold medal.
In extra time, the referee showed red card to Turkish player Sedat Yuce.
Morrocco won gold medal after the penalty shoot-out (3-2) and the finalist Turkey won the silver medal.
Tunisian U19 football team wins bronze
MERSIN (AA) - Tunisian Under-19 football team won bronze medal by defeating Libya 4-0 at 2013 Medgames.
Women's Bocce final
Turkish National Team won silver as ranked second in women's bocce raffa final match.
Italy, defated Turkey 12-11, and won the gold medal.
Men's Bocce final
In men's raffa final match, Italy got gold by defeating Malta 12-9.
Malta won silver.
An official from Turkish ship company sending floating-power generating ship to Gaza says the electricity generating vessel will ease the power crisis in Gaza to a great extent.
Bulgarian President Plevneliev said Bulgaria and Turkey are strategic partners and he hopes the two will be linked through the Trans Adriatic Pipeline for natural gas.
Turkey's new Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has formed a new government on his first day on the job.
Israel has not yet allowed construction materials into the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz met with Venezuelan Transport Minister Haiman El Troudi.
Turkish dailies' front pages cover Erdogan's presidential ceremony and Turkish football clubs in European challenges.
Turkey's strong economic performance over the last decade has enabled Recep Tayyip Erdogan to extend his rule with the presidency.
"Today, Turkey has been born from the ashes, the building and fixing process for a new Turkey has gained strength," newly elected Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan wrote.
Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the presidential oath on Thursday after stepping down as Prime Minister on Wednesday.
Today's newspapers cover Turkey's ruling AK party's congress to elect a new party chairman, and Erdogan's handing over the AK Party leadership to Davutoglu.
The U.S. administration designated Charge D'affaires to Ankara to participate the inauguration ceremony of president-elect Erdogan.
Erdogan said he would ask incoming prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu to form a new government on Thursday and a new cabinet of ministers would be announced the following day.
An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire came into effect on Tuesday, bringing 51 days of relentless Israeli attacks to a halt in the blockaded coastal enclave.
Today’s newspapers cover Turkey’s ruling AK party’s congress to elect a new party chairman, and thousands of Turks forming what is hoped to be the world’s largest portrait of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of the Republic of Turkey.
It is not yet clear who he will be meeting during his stay, but there are believed to be no plans for him to meet Turkish Foreign Minister-turned-Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
The nation recorded 162,445 medical tourists by the end of the first half of 2014.