Turkey’s Foreign Ministry calls on the world to stand united against Syria’s violent crackdown on dissent after embassies are attacked.
Syria's opposition has asked Turkey for permission to open a representative office in the country, a Turkish diplomat said Monday.
As two reporters from Doğan News Agency, Sebahattin Yılmaz and Cem Emir were laid to rest in their hometowns, controversy over the safety of the Bayram Hotel they were staying at continues. So far no institutions or authorities accepted that they provided a passing grade in the damage assesment report
An ancient Roman theater located on Ankara’s Hisarpark Avenue is being restored thanks to excavations that restarted in 2009 after 23 years. The historical theater will become a tourist attraction and host culture events
U.S. Congress formally approved the sale to the Turkish Army of three U.S.-made AH-1W attack helicopters from the U.S. Marine Corps inventory.
Turkey strongly protested Syria yesterday over massive attacks on its diplomatic missions and summoned a Syrian diplomat to express Ankara’s condemnation and expectation from Syria to find the perpetrators of these attacks.
Turkey on Sunday summoned the Syrian charge d'affaires to the foreign ministry in Ankara over attacks on its diplomatic missions, the foreign ministry said
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Kaşif Kozinoğlu was a former ranking origin foreign operations official of the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT). When he got arrested 8 months ago Kozinoğlu was the MIT station chief in Afghanistan also covering radical Islamist activities in Turkic parts of Central Asia.
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
The developments in Syria may unfold with several different courses, the main scenarios of which we can consider as such:
Turkey’s President Abdullah Gül sent a written message to Japanese Emperor Akihito to express his condolences over the death of the Japanese medic who came to Van to help the search and rescue efforts.
The opposition parties have slammed the ruling party for trying to curb democratic rights and restrict fundamental freedoms in meetings with a visiting European Parliament delegation, which they called on to be more active in pressing the government.
With no one to claim responsibility for structural assessment reports, even PM Erdoğan takes a turn pointing fingers as the blame game heats up
The Arab Republic of Egypt will be the country guest of honor in the 30th session of the Istanbul International Book Fair, which will run Nov. 12 to Nov. 15
Category: İLHAN TANIR
Jeffrey Feltman, assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs, during his testimony on Syria at the U.S. Senate this week, summarized Turkey’s contribution to the events in Syria in three points: Sheltering refugees, opening up a space for Syrian oppositions to organize and imposing arms embargo on the Syrian regime.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
The Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) parliamentary group was bursting at the seams on Tuesday as dozens of party fellows, journalists and voters filled the hall to convey their condolences on the demise of Tenzile Erdoğan, mother of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
A selection from the art collection of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey is on display at Pera Museum. The exhibition ‘Beyond Apparent’ will continue until Dec. 31.
As Turkey boosts its museum tourism industry, newly opened literary museums are increasing. Currently, Istanbul welcomes Turkish writer Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar’s Museum in the Procession Kiosk.
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Turkey was commemorating yesterday its founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk on the 73rd anniversary of his passing away.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s famous series of quotes “Muslims don’t kill,” “Muslims don’t commit genocide” and “Muslims don’t resort to terror” from a couple of years ago also contained another jewel: “Muslims don’t resort to nuclear weapons.”
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