Following a visit to the arrested deputies; PACE rapporteur Durrieu criticizes detentions without conviction.
The crisis in the euro area is to tops the agenda at the G-20’s Mexico meeting. Nations needed to prepare for the uncertainty out of the zone, World Bank head says
The Istanbul meeting of the Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative (NPDI) has given support ...
Josette Durrieu, rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) for post-monitoring ...
Category: TAHA ÖZHAN
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Afghanistan’s neighbors and regional countries met in Kabul yesterday to tackle common threats and problems and discuss the country’s future after NATO troops leave in 2014.
Sabri Ülker, founder of the country’s largest food company Ülker, is laid to rest in Istanbul. Yıldız, the parent company of Ülker, runs production and sales in several countries
Any transition of power in Syria that would make Syrians feel ...
Category: MURAT YETKİN
For some politicians, observers, academics and intellectuals, Turkish foreign policy under Ahmet Davutoğlu...
The new leader of Syria’s exiled opposition called on President Bashar al-Assad yesterday to transfer power to his deputy, Faruq al-Shara.
Internal politics, including judicial reform...
Abdulbaset Sieda, the Syrian dissident of Kurdish origin, is the strongest candidate to become the next leader of Syria’s main opposition bloc, the Syrian National Council (SNC)
The foreign ministers of Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan launched a trilateral cooperation mechanism signing “Trabzon declaration.” the decleration came after their first trilateral meeting yesterday to boost regional economic cooperation.
Turkey will carry out its pledge to cease contact with the European Union Presidency when Greek Cyprus assumes the role July 1...
No country is immune from the threat of terrorism, Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said, adding that terrorism has neither a religion nor an identity.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday urged Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad to hand over power and leave his country, condemning a “unconscionable” massacre near the town of Hama, while the U.N. chief said al-Assad had “lost all legitimacy.”
World powers will seek ways to eliminate radicalism as the main root source of terrorism when the 29-member Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) gathers today in Istanbul, according to participants.
Turkey has expressed its concern over the release of three suspects in the ongoing case on the murder of eight Turks by a far-right group called the National Socialist Underground ...
Representatives from major Western and Arab powers have convened in Istanbul to discuss tightening sanctions and increasing pressure for a regime change in Syria
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu responds to recent opposition criticisms of his policies in Parliament during a discussion to launch a censure motion against him.
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