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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Two interesting developments occurred in our neighbor Syria on the day our National Football Team beat Croatia and rose to third place in their group in the World Championship play-offs.
A very interesting development took place the other day: A prominent pro-government journalist, who has until recently been an unconditional supporter of Turkey’s Syria policy, suddenly switched sides.
A headline in the July 5 edition of daily Hürriyet drew my attention
The last support in the Middle East for the “Muslim Brotherhood” ended on May 2. Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal personally declared the new policy document of his organization, announcing that it is not a “branch of the Muslim Brotherhood” anymore.
The Bundestag, the parliament of Germany, a country that is one of the biggest economies in the world… I had been here years ago but I was only able to see the top part, where only visitors are allowed. This Sunday, for the first time, I had the opportunity to go right into the heart of the building
“Our people are making a revolution. People are stepping to form their own state. A happy April 16 to all…”
The indictment on events at the Akıncı Air Base, which was used by coup-attempting soldiers as a headquarters on the night of last year’s failed putsch, was recently released. From examining the indictment, we see repeated references of the term “superior mind,” which is used by politicians to refer to “dark outside powers” aiming to target Turkey’s government.
In an indictment into the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), three statements taken from the Second Chief of General Staff Yaşar Güler being regarded as a “victim” have been included. His first statement was taken on July 19, 2016 and its content was published on papers
Azerbaijani President İlham Aliyev recently appointed his wife as the country’s first ever vice-president. His elected colleagues greeted this decision with a standing ovation.
If you ask what is the luckiest day for a journalist, everyone might have a different answer. For me, it is the enormous chance that I am able to meet a president and a prime minister of a country on the same day.
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