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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The 19th Eurasian Economic Forum was concluded by a more than fruitful presidential session which brought together positive ideas in a melting pot of efforts for peace and prosperity
Muslim, Christian and Jewish religious leaders and representatives have underlined religion’s role in the fight against terrorism and the refugee crisis, which have affected many states across the globe
Deniz Çiyan - ISTANBUL
The recent fall of the government in Turkish Cyprus and the parliamentary elections in Greek Cyprus in May could have an impact on the United Nations-brokered peace talks on the divided Mediterranean island, Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akıncı has told the Hürriyet Daily News
‘When gender balance in politics changes, there will be no more need for quotas,’ says Kosovar Minister Tahiri as Turkish Cypriot First Lady Akıncı elaborates on efforts to maintain equal representation
The Marmara Group Foundation has granted, by unanimous decision, veteran businessman Jak Kamhi with the title of honorary president at an extraordinary general assembly, as the Istanbul-based non-governmental organization also reelected Dr. Akkan Suver as its president
Hukum Khan Habibi, the economy minister of Afghanistan, said the country has launched a 10-year economic transformation program to fight ba
I would like to focus on the role of visual communication and education on our road to peace.
The revival of the Silk Road project might have been a utopia when it was initiated in the 1990s, but the dream is now being realized, according to former Romanian President Emil Constantinescu.
Religious leaders, former and acting politicians and academics met at the “Road to Peace” session on the last day of the Eurasia Economic Summit, disscusing the route to a world that has left behind wars and conflicts.