Top leaders and CEOs of multinational and foreign firms lined up to have private meetings with Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Istanbul yesterday, during the second day of a
Dutch Queen Beatrix will pay a visit to Turkey next week. Her program in Turkey has been fine tuned according to the Queen’s requests and to sensitivities in Turkey
The structure and functioning of justice and internal security in Turkey along with the approach toward different ethnicities and minorities raise many question marks both in Turkey and abroad
Washington seeks to reconcile two of their allies, but Turkish and Kurdish positions widely diverge
Cumhuriyet: ‘Washington says': Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's last statement about establishing dialogue with northern Iraq leaders was advised by the deputy minister of U.S. Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke, Cumhuriyet led yesterday. Holbrooke suggested a Taiwan model for northern Iraq and advised Prime Minister Erdoğan to accept the referendum in Kirkuk and recognize a possible prospective state in northern Iraq. In a meeting held at Erdoğan's Istanbul office at the beginning of February, Holbrooke gave the message to establish dialogue with the leaders of the regional Kurdish administration, the daily reported. Holbrooke met with the deputy president of the opposition Republic
Turkish and Armenian historians are meeting to discuss "what happened on the Harput Plain" and "how many people died" during the expulsion of the Armenians
During his opening speech, Hisarcıklıoğlu called Turkey 'the sleeping giant which is about to wake up,' with its investments in northern Africa, the Caucasus and Asia among others
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will visit Albania next month. During the visit set for March 14-15, Erdoğan will hold talks
Ankara and Tehran verbally agree to cooperate on oil and gas exploration and transfer of Turkmenistan's gas via the Iranian pipeline, a move that comes on the eve of latest UN deadline to impose tougher sanctions on Iran
Iraq’s Vice President Adel Abdul Mahdi shared the concerns of Ankara concerning Kirkuk and the PKK, while raising opposition on the possibility of a cross border operation by the Turkish military
Senior Iranian officials, who have paid successive visits to Ankara since the beginning of this week, gave assurances that producing nuclear weapons does not comply with their religious ideology, while
Beware of those who try to exploit you, says the prime minister, to the applause of young AKP members that attended the group meeting
MEHMET ALI BIRAND
INSIDE TURKEYErdoğan praises youth, some respond in kindPrime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said today's youth is a group who analyzed the world, compared and contrasted, was knowledgeable about the country and knew where the world was heading in a
At a time when Turkey is seeking ways to establish dialogue with Iraqi Kurds in the north, Ankara yesterday hosted a Shiite leader, who is Iraq’s vice president, to win the hearts of Iraqi Shiites.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met yesterday with Iranian Foreign Minister Menuchehr Mottaki, relaying to the top level Tehran minister a "nuclear warning" from Ankara. Said Erdogan, "I believe that there are still steps to be taken on this subject."
Opposition leader Deniz Baykal of the Republican People's (CHP) Party yesterday referred to the Greek myth of Sisyphus yesterday to warn Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that he would "not stay at the top of the mountain."
Iraqi Deputy President Adil Abdul Mehdi arrived yesterday in Ankara on a the official ATA airplane sent by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Baghdad to get him.
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TDN editorial by Yusuf KANLIErdoğan won't reveal his hand before the presidential race is over
Turkey and Saudi Arabia, former foes, are getting to be close friends. The two countries are cooperating on Palestinian-Israeli dispute and Iraq and planning to hold a meeting of Iraq's neighboring countries in Cairo in March
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