Foreign Affairs Minister Çavuşoğlu spoke in Brussels and said, “We deported two journalists. They were from different countries. Both of them were apprehended for spying. Upon the request from their countries, we extradited them. There has not been a verdict yet.”
The German media has started to talk about negotiations. The German public broadcaster ARD has directly asked the German premier if there are negotiations with Turkey.
My first reaction to the Dec. 17 and Dec. 25, 2013 corruption operations was: “An anti-corruption operation is sometimes not just an anti-corruption operation.”
Saudi Arabians are using the news outlet Al Arabia as a black propaganda weapon to make “terrorists” out of the Qataris, but now we have our own local version.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan frequently complains about the worsening of the culture and arts scene. At an iftar dinner given for artists in Istanbul’s Huber Mansion, he mentioned the same issue.
Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir has said even though they did not want to hurt Qatar, they had to take these measures.
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli heavily reproached NATO in his parliamentary group meeting on May 30.
The jerks that have insulted Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey, are actually making a living out of animosity toward Atatürk. They go by saying that this is “unofficial history.” They tell obscene rumors claiming that they are secrets hidden from the public
One part attracted voters, the other part pushed voters away.