ANKARA — Turkey's central bank on Thursday lowered its key interest rate despite inflation surging to nearly 80% and making it difficult for people to buy what they need, falling in line with the unorthodox economic views of the country's president.
NICOSIA - Home to some 40,000 Russians and a favorite for Russian tourists, Russians on Cyprus opposed to their country's invasion of Ukraine have found themselves targets of threats over their ongoing protests.
ATHENS — Greek authorities say another sailboat carrying dozens of migrants arrived Thursday at Kythera, the third in just under two days to make it to the southern island that isn't on the usual route for asylum-seekers trying to reach the European Union.
LOS ANGELES — If Randy Rainbow is adored by the legendary Carol Burnett, and he is, what flimsy excuse could TV academy voters have to deny him an Emmy for his fourth nomination?
Rainbow, who has raised musical parody to a political-satire art form, is again David facing Goliath.
ATHENS – Surrounded by metal fences and a phalanx of police guarding them 24 hours a day, workers have begun construction of a new underground Metro station in an anarchist haven that's become an ideological battleground.
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