World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) President Dervis Eroglu has said that they set up committees with the Greek Cypriot side to take confidence-building measures.
Eroglu attended a reception hosted by the Federation of Turkish-American Associations in New York in his honor.
Turkish Ambassador in Washington Namik Tan, Turkey's Permanent Representative at the UN, Ambassador Ertugrul Apakan and other officials participated in the reception.
There has been a deadlock in the Cyprus negotiations as the Greek Cypriots has become the rotating president of the EU, he said.
"We set up committees with the Greek Cypriot side to take confidence-building measures. Current talks are held between these committees," he said.
The Airbus group fears tension with the choice of a former IBM executive over the Spanish goverments choice of Belen Romana.
The Palestinian Football Association has pushed ahead to have Israel suspended from FIFA.
The death toll is set to rise with numerous people still missing in Texas after the storms slammed the states during the Memorial Day
The Czech right-wing opposition that had provoked the present vote of no confidence in the government has offered no alternative to present centre-left cabinet, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka.
The Obama administration on Tuesday sided against Google and said the U.S. Supreme Court should not hear the company's appeal in a case against Oracle with wide implications for the technology industry.
Wildfire in Alberta's oilsands have forced the evacuation of hundreds of people
The US justice department will bring corruption charged against FIFA officials.
An Indonesian court has detailed the appeal of a French convict on death row.
The White House has defended defense chief Ash Carter assessment saying his comments similar to those on the ground in Ramadi
US President Barack Obama has said that NATO and its allies will be working to confront ISIL
Mexico and Brazil have signed trade agreements that are expected to bring in $20B in bilateral trade by 2025
A Nigerian senator under house arrested and wanted in the US on drug related charges has had a court issued order for anti-drug agents to vacate his property.
Approximately 200,000 refugees from Nigeria have been displaced into neighbouring African countries.
Former head of Brazil's Petrobras has been sentenced for money laundering in connection with a luxury apartment in Rio de Janeiro
The Gaza strip has been hit by the Israeli military after Israel said the Israeli port of Ashdod was hit by rockets.