Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
I always dismissed arguments that the eurozone’s time as an economic power was up, pointing out the strengths of the common currency area. But I finally realized that I have been wrong all along.
Greece awoke to a new era of defiant anti-austerity Jan. 26 after voters handed a decisive victory to radical left party Syriza
Germany has decided to stop arms exports to Saudi Arabia because of "instability in the region," German daily Bild has reported
Chancellor Merkel said Jan. 23 she wanted Greece to 'remain part of our story', ahead of elections this weekend which could sweep the anti-austerity Syriza party to power and determine whether the country stays in the eurozone
With skepticism I watched the solidarity march in Paris on Jan. 11, live on television. I’m far away, in Turkey, far enough to create a distance between what I see on the screen and what I know.
Wealth accumulated by the richest one percent will exceed that of the other 99 percent in 2016, the Oxfam charity said
Germany’s “anti-Islamization” movement PEGIDA vowed at its first press conference Monday to take to the streets again next week after a march was cancelled over a terrorism threat.
German police banned a planned rally by the anti-Islamic PEGIDA movement and other public open-air gatherings in the eastern city of Dresden Monday, citing a terrorist threat.
Category: VERDA ÖZER
Do the cartoons published by the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo fall within the scope of freedom of expression?
Scores of German police raided alleged Islamist sites in Berlin early on Jan. 16, arresting two men suspected of being part of a group planning to carry out an attack in Syria
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
It has been reported that French President François Hollande asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to attend the Jan. 11 march in Paris after the attack on Charlie Hebdo, claiming that his presence would be divisive.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu will attend a meeting on countering ISIL in London next week, British Ambassador to Ankara Richard Moore said via Twitter Jan. 14
Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged Jan. 15 to heighten security measures against Islamist militants following the Paris attacks
French President Francois Hollande said Jan. 15 that Muslims were the "main victims" of fanaticism, as five of the 17 killed in last week's Islamist attacks in Paris were laid to rest.
PM Davutoğlu says it is impossible to turn back the clock and pretend that Islam is not an inseparable part of Europe
German President Joachim Gauck told the country's Muslim community Tuesday that "we are all Germany" at a rally to condemn the Paris jihadist attacks and take a stand against rising Islamophobia.
Hans-Georg Maassen, Germany’s domestic intelligence chief said in an ARD TV interview on Jan. 11 that Turkey was a “key country” in countering the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) “and other terrorist organizations” because “well over 90 percent” of r
A record 25,000 people joined an anti-Islamic march in Germany on Jan. 12, claiming their stance was vindicated by last week's Paris jihadist attacks
Millions rallied in Paris on Jan. 11, in protest at the Jan. 7 killings in which two terrorists with radical Islamist links killed 12 people in a raid on the French weekly satire magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Germany's growing anti-Islamic movement is set to hold a new rally Jan. 12, this time condemning the jihadist attacks in France, in a move slammed as an attempt to exploit the bloodshed
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