In response to the question of why U.S. President Donald Trump made such a mindless move on recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, sensible people have drawn attention to his domestic political plans.
Turkey not only faces serious problems with the West but has become increasingly isolated.
Main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu revealed documents about off-shore bank transactions by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s close circle in a speech in parliament on Nov. 28.
Last week police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at the Islamic group “Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah Pakistan” after it staged a days-long sit-in process in the town of Feyzabad in Pakistan.
On Nov. 22 the Turkish, Russian and Iranian leaders met in Sochi, a key summit during which the Syrian issue was discussed from A to Z.
The dollar is rising in value and one of the currencies that has lost the most value is the Turkish Lira.
An international symposium on Abdülhamid II had been held under the leadership of Turkish Parliament Speaker İsmail Kahraman at the Dolmabahçe Prime Ministry Office in Istanbul by the National Palaces Directorate. And this year, between Nov. 1 and 4, a symposium called “Sultan Reşad and His Reign” was held.
There are claims that the judiciary will undergo some improvements. New decisions will be made for the release of some who are currently behind bars.
I look at the Good Party (İyi Parti) from two perspectives: What the core is and what the overarching concepts in their program are.