Foreign Minister Abdullah Gül will apparently have a busy schedule in New York, where he will represent Turkey at the 61st UN General Assembly, as he is scheduled to have talks with several leaders on the sidelines of the annual gathering.
Diplomacy as a prelude to strikes on Iran
Asked if Benedict's remarks on Islam would affect his November trip, Erdogan said: 'I wouldn't know,' leaving open the possibility the trip may be canceled
The police department has recalled Bilecik Police Chief Şuayip Doğanç to Ankara, effectively suspending him, pending the conclusion of an investigation into a clash between members of far-
Summaries of selected headlines from the Turkish press on Sept. 15
Abbas informs Erdoğan of unity gov't efforts:ANK - Turkish Daily NewsPalestinian President Mahmoud Abbas held a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan late on Thursday evening in which he informed Erdoğan of ongoing efforts
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has reiterated his government’s firmness on not opening Turkey’s ports or airports to traffic from Greek Cyprus unless the European Union took
A radical faction of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) appears to have been behind a deadly bombing in southeastern Turkey, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Friday.Erdoğan told
Worrisome developments in fighting terror:Radikal's İsmet Berkan yesterday wrote about a recent bomb explosion in the southeastern town of Diyarbakır that killed 10 people, most of them children. Nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack,
An Iraqi Kurdish politician with links to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party was released on Wednesday in northern Iraq after being held for six days in connection with a murder case.
An individual who argued the prime minister incited the attack on the Council of State sees his file dismissed and is now accused of insulting Erdoğan
Foreign Minister Abdullah Gül suggested that France participate in a joint committee of Turkish and Armenian experts to study allegations of an Armenian genocide at the hands of the late Ottoman Empire.
Selected stories from Turkish papers on Sept. 14
These are summaries of selected opinions from Turkish newspapers on Sept. 14
Following Tuesday evening's deadly blast in Diyarbakir, police in the region have been given a special 3 day permission to freely search any area homes deemed suspicious. While searches go on for clues in relation to who was behind the bombing which killed 10 and injured many more, merchants in the city continue to keep their metal shutters rolled down in protest of the event, while crowds gather to shout angry slogans at the government in Ankara.
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SOCCER 'Kurtar talking nonsense,' says Çalımbay:Rıza Çalımbay, who has been accused by former Rize Çaykur Rizespor coach Güvenç Kurtar of trying to replace him, was furious at Kurtar and said he was talking nonsense. Çalımbay said: ?If I wanted, I would
Police raided houses on Wednesday in a major security crackdown in Diyarbakır, the largest city in Turkey's mainly Kurdish southeast, after a bomb blast killed at least 10 people, seven of them
A violent confrontation between a far-right group and Justice and Development Party supporters over the weekend has led to a mud-slinging match between officials of the AKP and the Nationalist
Germany is readying to launch a drive in cooperation with Turkish authorities to provide the Turkish community there with religious courses at German schools, a move to better integrate the
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