President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on April 21 complained that the U.S. and its allies are “supplying weapons to militants for free” while refusing to sell them to Turkey.
Istanbul’s bright yellow taxis, ubiquitous and perennially honking for custom, appear ingrained in the daily life of the Turkish metropolis.Istanbul’s bright yellow taxis, ubiquitous and perennially honking for custom, appear ingrained in the daily life of the Turkish metropolis.
Two unidentified assailants have ordered a pit bull dog to attack a 36-year-old Turkish man in the German capital of Berlin, in a suspected racism-motivated move.
The EU and Mexico said on April 21 they had reached an “agreement in principle” to modernize a free-trade deal sealed in 2000 between Brussels and the Latin American country.
China on April 22 said it welcomed plans by top U.S. officials to visit the country to discuss trade and economic issues, amid tensions between the world’s two largest economies.
All that glitters is definitely gold in a new exhibition at Germany’s central bank that lifts the veil on the nation’s massive reserves of the precious metal, partly to reassure sceptics that the prized ingots are really there.
Past presidents, family and friends came together April 21 to bid a tearful farewell to Barbara Bush, the matriarch of one of America’s most prominent political dynasties, at her funeral in Texas.
A Nicaraguan journalist was shot dead April 21 while filming a confrontation between demonstrators and the police, amid a wave of protests against the government which have left 11 people dead.
Armenia’s political turmoil deepened yesterday with the detention of antigovernment protest leader Nikol Pashinyan, shortly after Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan stormed out of talks with him on the tenth day of mass rallies against his rule.