President Roh Moo-Hyun of the South Korean Republic arrived yesterday evening with his wife, Kwon Yangsun, in Ankara for the start of their official visit to Turkey. They were received at Ankara's Esenboga Airport by State Minister Beshir Atalay. South Korean President Roh will visit the Ataturk Memorial today in Ankara, where a ceremony in his honor will occur.
Turkish newspapers yesterday featured negotiations between Turkish officials and the visiting Greek foreign minister, lingering political tension among the public in different parts of Turkey and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's visit to Norway, where he was protested by a group of Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) supporters. A strange day in the Aegean: Milliyet reported that Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gül and Greek Foreign Minister Petros Moliviatis agreed to establish a direct phone link between the Turkish and Greek air forces to prevent incidents arising from alleged airspace violations. The daily described the day as strange and reported that while the foreign
Lynching frenzy spreads Daily Milliyet reported that a lynching frenzy has now spread to different parts of the country. The daily said another five people who attempted to make a public announcement in Sakarya were attacked by a group of
Roh will hold high-level talks and visit Hyundai plant in Izmit
Turkish and Greek authorities managed to defuse tension in the Aegean after coast guard boats from both countries confronted each other in a standoff near the disputed Kardak (Imia) rocks, whilst the foreign ministers of the two countries announced new confidence-building measures during a visit by Greek Foreign Minister Petros Moliviatis to Ankara.
Until the deep state learns to think strategically:Radikal's İsmet Berkan focuses on the recent escalation of nationalist tendencies and demonstrations in the Turkish public at large and offers a historic perspective in his analysis of the issue. Berkan
Erdogan warns people to refrain from taking the law into their own hands
Turkey urged Norwegian officials to take action against the perpetrators of a protest that targeted Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan during his visit to Oslo earlier this week.
Press Council President Oktay Ekşi called for a media ombudsman to investigate claims that the council was not neutral.
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TDN editorial by Yusuf KANLI
Prime Minister Erdoğan and CHP leader Baykal send a letter to British Parliament as part of a united campaign to counter Armenian genocide allegations, calling on Britain to declare that the controversial ‘Blue Book’ is full of misinformation
K. GAJENDRA SINGH
Prime Minister Erdoğan and CHP leader Baykal send a letter to the British Parliament as part of a united campaign to counter Armenian genocide allegations
Erdogan tells people to refrain from taking the law into their own hands
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Government criticized for incidents Approximately 60 members of the Association for Inmates' Families' Solidarity (TAYAD) filed a complaint with the Istanbul Prosecutor's Office on Monday, reported Cumhuriyet. The daily reported that
Prime Minister Erdoğan has started to fulfill the promises he made to AKP deputies by removing AKP media chief Mercan
'The PKK terror organization can never represent and does not represent our Kurdish citizens,' says the prime minister
Both Turkey's ruling party and its military are capable of intervening in the domestic politics of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, but they do not, said Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister Mehmet Ali Talat on the eve of this weekend's presidential election in Turkish Cyprus.
Speaking at a press conference, Tuesday, following meetings that took place in Oslo between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Norwegian Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik, the Norwegian PM said that he was very positive about Turkey's EU membership.
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