World Bulletin / News Desk
The president of the National Parliament of Crimean Tatars, Refat Chubarov, has said that his people are ready to stand against separatists movements in Ukraine.
Speaking to Zerkalo Nedali newspaper, Chubarov said that Crimean Tatars had no intention of separating Crimea from the mainland, and warned that those seeking to spread separatist sentiments would be at odds with the Crimean Tatars.
Crimean Tatars are an ethnic Turkic peoples who are native of the Crimea peninsula in the Black Sea coast of southern Ukraine.
Ukraine has been facing a political crisis since November 2013 after the Ukrainian government back away from an economic deal with the EU after Russian pressure.
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Former European Parliament head Martin Schulz said Turkish leader should not hold large-scale events in Germany before G20
Brussels said it was ready to give Italy fresh financial support to deal with the crisis but said it had to give due warning of such a drastic step.
The new products would have the same features wherever they were sold in the European Union's current 28 countries, the European Commission said.
After three months of negotiations to restore a semi-autonomous administration in Belfast, the squabbling was still continuing as the 4:00 pm (1500 GMT) deadline loomed.
Ayvaz Dede is a 15th century dervish who moved to the Bosnian village of Prusats from Akhisar in western Anatolia.
Contract agreed on; loan issue yet to be resolved, Russian presidential aide says
Brussels will give 10.8 million euros ($12 million) to 14 EU countries to boost their cyber response teams following this week's massive global cyberattack, Security Commissioner Julian King said.
Donations comprises 62 pieces of IT equipment including computer sets, LCD projectors, scanners, photo copiers
Closure coincides with Jewish settlers, Israeli police chief storming holy site, Palestinian official says
When Trump announced in early June he would withdraw from the Paris deal, "we knew that we could not expect discussions to be easy" at the G20 summit, Merkel told the German parliament.
In the first six months of this year, about 72,000 migrants landed on Europe's shores, around 12 times fewer than in the second half of 2015 when the crisis peaked, the Paris-based body said in its annual report on international migration.
Speaking to the German parliament a week before hosting a G20 summit, Merkel called global warming an "existential challenge" for humanity and said the 2015 Paris deal was "not negotiable".
Applicants must prove close family relationship US citizen
The biggest success would be a comprehensive agreement, UN envoy says at restarted Cyprus talks in Swiss Alps
Repatriation follows agreements between the 2 countries, says UN refugee agency