World Bulletin / News Desk
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.
Visits come amid allegations swirling around several high-profile car manufacturers
The Mongolian nationals have been missing since Sunday after reaching the peak of the 4,021-metre (13,192 foot) mountain, the National Emergency Management Agency said.
A number of Gazans have died in tunnel collapses in recent months, but there were no reports of any such incident on Monday.
On Oct. 14, bombing in Somali capital Mogadishu left 358 people dead, 228 more injured
Berlin says it is investigating media reports claiming Peshmerga used German weapons on Iraqi government forces
Eighth Conference of Heads of Arab Supreme Courts kicks off in Mauritanian capital Nouakchott
President tells European leaders to use 'common sense' and give full membership to Turkey in EU
The victims were returning from performing religious rituals at a nearby river when they were hit by the train in the Munger district of Bihar state.
The 51 Palestinian suspects from Issawiya were arrested for participating in recent "riots and terror-related incidents," including throwing stones and firebombs at security forces, a police statement said.
Turkish agencies campaign for Rohingya Muslims since 2012, says head of emergency management authority
Palestinians stage rally outside Red Cross office in Gaza City to demand release of imprisoned friends, relatives
Shavkat Mirziyoyev travels to Turkey this week for landmark 2-day visit
President Erdogan, Azerbaijani President Aliyev and Georgian Premier Kvirikashvili to be aboard train at project launch
Turkish forces conduct operations in Turkey’s Bingol province, northern Iraq’s Zap region
Teenage Latvian national injured, detained; police rule out terror motive
£10 ($13) tax introduced to cut British capital's poor air-pollution records