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  • Turchia

    Turkish firm to furnish Bvlgari Hotel

    Despite souring relations between Turkey and some Gulf countries, Turkey’s young entrepreneurs are finding incredible opportunities in construction and tourism investments in Dubai. For Haldun Kilit, board chairman and founder of AHK, the Bvlgari Hotel and Residence Project could be the jewel in the crown.

  • Turchia

    Turkish government steps up attempt to ease economic row with Germany

    Turkish economy officials have accelerated efforts to tone down a recent row with Germany, vowing that German investments in Turkey were safe

  • Malta

    Qawra Point deck chair operator shut down after defying removal orders

    An Qawra Point beach furniture operator has been forced to shut and will be fined €5,000 for setting up deck chairs and umbrellas at Ta' Fra Ben this morning, defying authorities less than 24 hours after they clamped down on the business. In a statement, the Malta Tourism Authority said its inspectors, ...

  • Malta

    Government working to make country 'future proof'

    The government’s work is aimed at making the country future proof, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said this morning. Speaking on One Radio, he said that at a time when government work was supposed to slow down a little, the government was still working at full speed, implementing its clear plan to ...

  • Malta

    Bill tackling sport corruption in Parliament after summer recess

    A Bill tackling sport corruption drafted before the election is being revised and will be presented in Parliament after the summer recess. The draft law was presented last February by the Attorney General to the anti-corruption task force led by the Malta Football Association. The task force brings together representatives of ...

  • Cina Russia USA Iran Austria

    AP sources: US seeks to test Iran deal with more inspections

    The Trump administration is pushing for inspections of suspicious Iranian military sites in a bid to test the strength of the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump desperately wants to cancel, senior U.S. officials said.The inspections are one element of what is designed to be a more aggressive approach to ...

  • Malta

    PN leadership hopeful Chris Said lays out proposals for rowdy people in tourists hot-spots

    Nationalist Party (PN) leadership candidate Chris Said believes in naming and shaming of individuals found guilty of causing fights and vandalising private property in order to act as a deterrent for others.Said was addressing members of the press in Bugibba Square, just days after two Syrian men were arrested for ...

  • Regno Unito

    Britain's economy stuck in low gear amid Brexit concerns

    Britain's economy hobbled along in the second quarter, barely recovering from a weak start to the year as industrial production and construction flagged amid uncertainties over the country's exit from the European Union.The economy grew by a quarterly rate of 0.3 percent in April-June, a meager rate that is barely ...

  • Francia Slovenia

    National Commission for the Promotion of Equality urges equal representation for men and women

    In the context of the current debate on quotas in politics, the National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE) reiterated the importance of measures aimed at reaching an equal representation between women and men in the political sphere in order to address the current democratic deficit."The under-representation of one ...

  • Malta

    MTA renovates St Paul's Bay promenade along area known as Tal-Għażżelin

    A newly renovated promenade along the area known as Tal-Għażżelin in St Paul's Bay translates into more open spaces available for tourists and residents alike, the Malta Tourism Authority has said."The area lends itself to the enjoyment of natural scenes, whilst leading up to the Wignacourt Tower, an imposing structure that ...

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