Syrians voted as fighting raged June 3 in a presidential election in which Bashar al-Assad is looking to tighten his grip
President Barack Obama Tuesday proposed an initiative of up to $1 billion to finance extra US troop, air and naval deployments to "new allies" in eastern Europe amid an East-West showdown over Ukraine.
Russia has withdrawn most of the some 40,000 troops it had massed on the Ukraine border and those remaining are preparing to pull out, a NATO military official said Tuesday.
"Turkish people have a religious bond with Afghan people. We always love Turkish people. That's why, we can never organize such an attack intentionally," Taliban spokesman said
Taliban insurgents threatened Monday to attack Afghanistan's run-off presidential election, warning voters to stay away from polling stations for fear of injury or death.
A roadside bomb killed 12 civilians, including seven women in eastern Afghanistan Saturday.
The Taliban on Wednesday condemned President Barack Obama's announcement that US troops would stay in Afghanistan until the end of 2016.
The Turkish Armed Forces is set to cooperate with the Undersecretary for Defense Industries to buy 100 percent domestic hardware and software to fight against cybercrime.
The United States plans to reduce its troop presence in Afghanistan to 9,800 this year and to bring its military intervention to an end by the end of 2016, a senior official said Tuesday.
Billionaire oligarch Petro Poroshenko said Monday he would not let rebel-held east Ukraine become another Somalia
Separatist rebels killed at least nine Ukrainian soldiers in the restive east on Thursday, dealing a heavy blow to the beleaguered government just three days before a crunch presidential poll.
The U.S. Navy is sending a guided missile cruiser to the Black Sea in the latest bid by Washington to to reassure allies worried over Russia's intervention in Ukraine
The US Department of State has approved sale of torpedoes and other equipment to Turkey for an estimated cost of $170 million
Russia said Monday it had ordered troops near the border with Ukraine to return to their bases, just days ahead of a crucial presidential vote aimed at bringing the country out of deep crisis.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Thanks to mobile phone technology, as new videos appear, together with at least one witness, (or rather victim), it has become clearer that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan might have chased a group of protesters into a shop with his bodyguards.
Ukraine is hosting roundtable "national unity" talks on Wednesday after its military suffered its bloodiest day since launching an offensive to oust separatist pro-Moscow rebels in the east.
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
The European Union’s enlargement commissioner, Stefan Füle, confessed in a recent interview that the European Union had contributed to the current conflict in Ukraine
How sustainable is Russia’s expansionary strategy in pursuit of regional hegemony? Despite its recent win in Crimea, Moscow’s hand may be weaker than it seems
Perhaps you have seen the video footage of President Abdullah Gül’s efforts to calm down Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan
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