Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Some 101 days in captivity for Turkey’s consul general in Mosul and 48 others at the hands of the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization finished with a happy ending on Sept. 20 following the Turkish intelligence agency’s intense work and a secret operation.
Leading executives of the main opposition CHP said new PM Ahmet Davutoğlu is 'his master’s voice,' as they suggested he would solely fulfill whatever President Erdoğan instructs
Necdet Özel warned over 'red lines,' but admitted that those have changed in the last decade
President Erdoğan drew attention to the dangers of sovereignty of groups within the judiciary that share similar interests while top judge Alkan said preserving the separation of powers was a must
Turkey’s top government officials will be absent at the opening of the judicial year, in protest at the speech of the Union of Bar Associations head
New Prime Minister Davutoğlu will today present his government’s program, with a packed 10 months planned ahead of the general elections next June
DENİZLİ – Doğan News Agency
A Turkish minister has criticized the country’s national intelligence agency over recent reports of German spying, urging them to fight back the espionage attempts.
The 90-seat aircraft was ordered by Erdoğan two and a half years ago
It is the 92nd anniversary of the final battle of Turkey's War of Independence
When it comes to day-to-day politics, Turks abroad generally choose to be active in their countries of residence rather than in Turkey, says researcher Kerem Öktem, explaining why only 10 percent voted in the recent presidential elections
Turkey’s 11th President Abdullah Gül has told his close circle that he is ready to testify in an old corruption case from the 1990s in the upcoming weeks, Hürriyet columnist Taha Akyol reports
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