Wealth accumulated by the richest one percent will exceed that of the other 99 percent in 2016, the Oxfam charity said
Almost half of French oppose publication of cartoons depicting Islam's Prophet Mohammed, according to a poll
Category: VERDA ÖZER
Do the cartoons published by the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo fall within the scope of freedom of expression?
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Pope Francis was recently asked about the attack on weekly satire magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Jan. 7 that left 20 dead, including the three attackers who were acting on behalf of al-Qaeda.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
This columnist’s first of a few encounters with Melih Gökçek, the unchallenged mayor of the Turkish capital since 1994, was through a press release from the municipality, sent by fax to this newspaper, in the mid-1990s. It was grotesquely (but cutely) signed: Melih Gökçek, Lord Mayor of Ankara.
Secretary of State John Kerry clasped French President Francois Hollande in a warm embrace Jan. 16 and said the US shared France's pain after its deadliest attack in half a century.
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
It has been reported that French President François Hollande asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to attend the Jan. 11 march in Paris after the attack on Charlie Hebdo, claiming that his presence would be divisive.
French President Francois Hollande has declared Charlie Hebdo "reborn" after its new edition sold out in record time, as Al-Qaeda claimed the deadly attack on the satirical magazine.
French President Francois Hollande said Jan. 15 that Muslims were the "main victims" of fanaticism, as five of the 17 killed in last week's Islamist attacks in Paris were laid to rest.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad urged states fighting terrorism to share intelligence, Syrian state media reported
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has blasted Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu for "daring" to attend an anti-terror solidarity march in Paris, accusing him of leading "state terrorism" against the Palestinians.
A record 25,000 people joined an anti-Islamic march in Germany on Jan. 12, claiming their stance was vindicated by last week's Paris jihadist attacks
President Francois Hollande vowed Jan. 13 that France would "never yield" to terror in an emotional tribute to three police officers shot dead in an Islamist killing spree, as four Jews gunned down in the attack were buried in Israel.
Millions rallied in Paris on Jan. 11, in protest at the Jan. 7 killings in which two terrorists with radical Islamist links killed 12 people in a raid on the French weekly satire magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Davutoğlu says Turkey’s EU membership would ease the inter-cultural tensions
Chancellor Angela Merkel and most of her cabinet will join a rally for an "open and tolerant Germany" called by Muslim leaders Tuesday in Berlin after the jihadist attacks in France, a spokesman said.
France asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stay away from a weekend solidarity march in Paris but he ignored the request and attended anyway, Israeli media reported on Monday.
Hundreds of thousands of people and dozens of world leaders marched together through Paris Jan. 11 in a historic show of solidarity and defiance after terrorist attacks in the French capital that claimed 17 lives.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
The profiles of the perpetrators of the Paris attack and of the Istanbul attack are completely different.
It is clear by now that the terrorists who raided Charlie Hebdo on Jan. 7, killing 12 people and later turning Paris and its surroundings into a battlefield - taking lives and hostages - have links to radical Islamist organizations in the Middle East.
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