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Warning that calling the mass killings of Anatolian Armenians during World War I as a 'genocide' will lead to enmity and prejudice against Turkey and Muslims, Prime Minister Davutoğlu also asked about the fate of the Aborigines in Australia and Native Americans in the United States.
'Where are Aborigines, where are Redskins,' Turkish PM asks West
A car bombing claimed by ISIL killed three people, including two Turkish citizens, at a Turkish cafetaria outside the U.S. consulate in northern Iraq on April 17.
ISIL attack kills three at Turkish cafe near US consulate in Erbil
It is time to leave aside the grumbling about Istanbul’s chaos and lack of manageability and enjoy everything the teeming metropolis has to offer
The city of three Empires and the city on two continents
Turkish President has cycled with a bike based on a model used by Fabrice Mels for a promotional event
VIDEO: Erdoğan cycles with ‘champion’s bike’ through bodyguards, ministers
Greek protesters have thrown Molotov cocktails at police units in front of Turkey's consulate in Thessaloniki, before Turkish staff put out the fire
Greek protesters attack police, Turks put out fire
Police were mobilized on April 18 to prevent people jumping off the pedestrian overpass of a congested metrobus stop
Pedestrian traffic jam hits metrobus stop in Istanbul
Turkey's digital freedoms record has taken another blow with a ban on the popular link shortening service, bit.ly. An official told daily Hürriyet that the brief ban was due to a 'technical error,' but more than 77,000 websites remain blocked in Turkey.
Turkey blocks popular URL shortener due to 'technical error'
Turkey's leading academics on game studies have launched a petition against the Family and Social Policies Ministry's controversial initiative to ban Minecraft, a popular videogame.
Turkish scholars launch petition against possible Minecraft ban
In an apparent response to the opposition's rekindled accusations of nepotism, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has endorsed meritocracy.
Turkish PM Davutoğlu endorses meritocracy over nepotism
Russia has key interests in common with the United States and needs to work with it on a common agenda, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, apparently softening his anti-American rhetoric.
Russia's Putin softens anti-US rhetoric with call for economic cooperation
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