World Bulletin / News Desk
European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has fined Greece for violating property rights of fourteen ethnic Turks living in northeastern Greece.
In its ruling in Greece vs. Hulusi Zaim Buyan and et al. investigation, the European court charged Greece for nationalizing properties of fourteen ethnic Turks with with cheap price in Rodop and delaying the payment of compensation.
The ECtHR ruled that Greece violated sixth article of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) on fair trial and the first article of the first additional protocol related to the protection of property.
Greece will pay nearly 37,000 euro for eight plaintiff out of 14 applicants.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says that he could envisage Syrian regime troops taking part in the fight to crush the ISIL group
Two presidents agreed to 'exchange information about which territories are occupied by the healthy part of the opposition rather than terrorists, and will avoid targeting them with our airstrikes'
Speaking alongside Greek premier, Palestinian president warns Israel not to turn perennial Mideast conflict into 'religious' dispute
Businessmen were in Krasnodar city to attend an international agricultural fair
Merkel’s coalition government promises to send reconnaissance jets to region to support France in airstrikes against ISIL
Russia urges citizens not to travel to Turkey citing 'terror threat'
Data show estimated net migration numbers reached a record 336,000 as of June 2015
Buhari, who came to power in May, has made crushing the six-year rebellion a priority and in August gave his military commanders until the year-end to defeat the extremists
'The god whom we seek to serve is a god of peace. His holy name must never be used to justify hatred and violence,' Pope Francis says
Sacking of French Muslim social worker for wearing religious garb did not violate freedom-of-religion law, says court
The toll is 18 dead, 11 hurt, almost 100 homes burned down in the village of Wogom
'We still have not heard any articulate apologies from Turkey's highest political level nor any proposals to compensate for the harm and damage,' says Russian president
Francois Hollande and Matteo Renzi also discuss fight against ISIL and the situation in Libya
At least 277 people have been killed in Burundi since the outbreak of the political and security crisis in April 2015, the UN has said in a statement
Cameron said that it was in Britain's national security interests to strike ISIL extremists and deny them a 'safe haven' in Syria
South Africa has agreed to enforce a Turkish court’s warrants for four ex-Israeli military commanders involved in the 2010 deadly Mavi Marmara attack, police say