türkiye’s denizli battling with severe floods

In Denizli, Türkiye, the snow, hail, and heavy rain that have been falling over the city since April continue to affect the lives of locals. As heavy rain persisted for about an hour in the city, floods occurred in both rural neighborhoods and residential areas. Shopkeepers erected barricades using iron billboards to safeguard their workplaces […]

Second meeting of European political community starts

The second meeting of the European Political Community (EPC), led by the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has commenced in Moldova with the participation of leaders from 27 EU member countries and 20 non-member countries. During the welcome statement, President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, addressed the Russia-Ukraine war. Reiterating the demand for warplanes from Western […]

NATO Foreign Ministers Meet in Oslo

NATO Foreign Ministers have convened in Oslo, Norway for an important informal meeting. Key topics on the agenda include discussions on the Ukraine war, NATO’s deterrence efforts, defense expenditures, relations with Indo-Pacific partners, and the potential membership of Sweden in NATO. Hosted by Norway’s Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt, the meeting also focuses on increasing support […]

demolition continues after earthquakes in Türkiye’s Kahramanmaraş

After two devastating earthquakes in Türkiye’s Kahramanmaraş province on February 6, the removal of the collapsed building wreckage has been completed. Crews have started working on demolishing the heavily damaged buildings. The demolition work is expected to be completed in about a week. Studies for new residential areas are ongoing.

Trapped Climber Rescued on Mount Everest

Gelja Sherpa, a Nepali climber, found a Malaysian climber wearily clinging to the ropes in an area called the “death zone” on Mount Everest, where the temperature is -30 degrees Celsius. The mountaineer, who had been waiting for 6 hours, was brought down from an altitude of 8,500 meters. Nepali tourism expert, Bigyan Koirala, stated […]

Tornado strikes village in kars, türkiye

A tornado suddenly occurred in the morning hours in Merkez Ölçülü village of Kars province in Türkiye, damaging barns by blowing away their roofs and causing the death of many animals, including chickens and birds. Many birds that had made their nests on the roofs also perished. Casim Morkoç, one of the villagers, stated that […]

Cow with Broken Leg Rescued by Helicopter in Switzerland

In Switzerland, search and rescue teams rescued the cow with a broken leg with a helicopter. In the city of Sion in southwest Switzerland, a fight broke out between cows, according to a claim. Help was called for the cow named Goddess, whose leg was broken in the incident. After the cow was found in […]

NASA holds first-ever press conference on UFO and UAP

The United States’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) held its first public press conference on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs), a research initiative that has been ongoing for nearly seven months. During the meeting, a 16-person special team led by Scott Kelly, who has been examining UAP data since June […]

Spain’s First Rocket Launch Delayed Again Due to Weather

Spain’s first suborbital rocket launch was postponed for the second time due to poor weather conditions. The Miura 1 rocket, built by PLD Space, was set to launch from a military base in southwest Spain but was delayed due to strong winds. Another launch attempt is planned in the coming days. The rocket has already […]