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The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) stepped up food aid to needy Turks, Tatars and Romanian Muslims over the weekend.
Five hundred packages of Ramadan food were distributed to low-income families in small towns and villages in the Dobruja region of the country, the agency said on Sunday.
The aid was distributed by the head of Turks Abroad and Relative Communities Mehmet Kose, Turkey's ambassador to Romania Osman Koray Ertas as well as the Program Coordinator of TIKA Bucharest and Mufti of Muslims of Romania Yusuf Murat.
Data monitoring company IHS Markit also flagged a slight slowdown in France, where strikes were interrupting a resurgent boom on the back of government reforms.
Top government officials and politicians visit Anitkabir, the mausoleum of Turkish Republic founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
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Security forces carried out nearly 1,400 counter-terrorism operations across Turkey over last week, says Interior Ministry
Bus drivers on strike seeking raise of 9.5 pct, but their employers are balking
A total of 41 Gazans have been martyred by Israeli gunfire since March 30
Participants at memorial service for those fallen at Gallipoli express deep respect for Turkish soldiers, people
Committee of 7 judges assigned by the president will carry out procedures related to assets of terror groups
Despite tentative hopes of a breakthrough over Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal, US President Donald Trump warned that a solution to the North Korean crisis remains a "long way" off, as he prepares for his own planned meeting with Kim Jong Un.
On Saturday, Turkish president said he does not want any more tensions with Greece
French president warns US against leaving vacuum in Syria for Iran, Bashar al-Assad
Stampede takes place following the religious ceremony in Ouagadougou
Afghan, Pakistani nationals among those held in Erzurum province
Another 83 undocumented migrants were rescued off Libyan coast
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