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.
'Lining up kids every morning and making them chant slogans from the 1930s is not nationalism,' PM Erdoğan said, striking against opposition criticism of the removal of the student's oath
The Middle East is on the road to perdition and medieval-style darkness if its current turmoil continues, says President Abdullah Gül
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Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has dismissed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's claims that the Turkish government supports extremist terrorist groups
The PM has said long-term service would be cut from 15 months to 12 for private soldiers
MHP leader Bahçeli slammed the government's democratization package announced earlier this week, during a massive party rally in Istanbul
The main opposition Republican People’s Party has voiced its concern over electoral fraud
CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu has said the Eskişehir governor would have been removed from duty for threatening a journalist if Turkey was 'a healthy democracy'
The Turkish government has submitted a motion to Parliament with the aim of renewing last year’s authorization to send troops into Iraq
The Turkish Army is set to discharge a large number of conscripts after making a deal with the government on shortening compulsory military service
The AKP will likely name a headscarved female candidate in the March 2014 local elections after the a headscarf ban for women in public office was lifted by a democratization package
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