• Turkey vows to fight IS

    Turkey vows to fight IS

    Turkey will fight with Islamic state and other Islamic terrorist groups in the region. We still demand Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to leave - said on Wednesday the head of the Turkish State Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

  • Jens Stoltenberg takes over NATO

    Jens Stoltenberg takes over NATO

    Former Norwegian PM Jens stoltenberg had his first public appearance as NATO secretary general. He said that ceasefire is an opportunity, but Russia still destabilise Ukraine; improvement is possible as soon as Moscow respects the law. Stoltenberg said his first visits would be to Poland and Turkey.

  • Polish PM presents her policy plans in parliament

    Polish PM presents her policy plans in parliament

    Poland's freshly appointed Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz presented her policy plans in parliament. She said that a stronger Polish economy and more stable euro zone will be the two main criteria to determine the timing of Poland's euro zone accession.

  • Taliban bombs kill at least seven in Kabul

    Taliban bombs kill at least seven in Kabul

    Two Taliban suicide bombers attacked the Afghan capital on Wednesday, killing at least seven people and wounding more than 15. It happened a day after the new government and the United States signed a long-delayed security agreement.

  • EU keeps Russia sanctions in place

    EU keeps Russia sanctions in place

    The European Union decided on Tuesday to keep in place a package of economic sanctions against Russia. "We are keeping the status quo", one official said after EU ambassadors reviewed the implementation of the ceasefire and a wider peace plan for the region agreed in Minsk on Sept. 5.