A Turkey-made invisible fabric that cannot be spotted by radars and thermal cameras will soon be sold to NATO countries.
A Turkish court in Ankara rejected an appeal for the release of Nuriye Gülmen, who has been detained for six months on a terror charge on Nov. 17.
At least 36 suspects, including on-duty soldiers and police officers, were arrested across Turkey on Nov. 18 over suspected links to the outlawed Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ).
Tens of thousands of runners braved smoggy conditions for the Delhi half marathon on Nov. 19 despite dire health warnings from doctors who wanted the race postponed in the heavily-polluted capital.
Tottenham Hotspur needs to start beating the Premier League’s top teams away from home if it is to mount a serious title challenge this campaign, striker Harry Kane said ahead of Nov. 18’s trip to Arsenal.
Toto Super League leader Galatasaray travels to its closest rival in the standings, Başakşehir, on Nov. 18, hoping to end a losing streak against the city rival.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was on Nov. 19 facing the imminent end of his 37-year rule as the once-loyal ZANU-PF party sacked him as its leader and army generals piled pressure on him to resign.
At least 13 people have been killed in avalanches caused by snowfall in the mountainous eastern parts of Afghanistan, officials said on Nov. 18.
The United States promised “concrete steps” against Cambodia and the European Union raised a threat to vital trade preferences after the main opposition party was banned ahead of elections.