The Turkish Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioğlu is also set to hold talks in Washington where he will also brief U.S. officials about Turkey’s position on the issue
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Are you fed up with the whole “Israel has the right to self-defense” cliché or its excuse to refuse condemnation of the mass murder of Palestinians by the official Israeli killer machine?
US Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Cairo early Monday for crisis talks on Gaza, following President Barack Obama's call for an "immediate ceasefire" between Israelis and Palestinians.
At least 40 Palestinians were killed on July 20 by Israeli shelling in a Gaza neighbourhood
Netanyahu has condemned as “anti-Semitic” Turkish PM’s criticism of the latest military operation in Gaza, Hareetz reported
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that an operation to destroy a network of tunnels used by militants in Gaza could be over "fairly quickly" but would not be pinned down on specifics.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
More than 300 civilians, including women and children, have been killed; around 1,000 houses, schools and medical facilities have been destroyed as a result of Israeli operations on Gaza in the last 11 days.
Egypt's foreign minister accused Qatar, Turkey and Hamas of conspiring to undermine Cairo's efforts to bring about a ceasefire between the Palestinian militant group and Israel in Gaza
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The prolonged problem of the Middle East, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, was propelled to the top of the world agenda two weeks ago with yet another round of senseless killings.
Israel's offensive against Gaza entered its 11th day, with the army pounding the enclave by air and sea as well as from tanks
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
Thank you, prime minister, for confirming this columnist when he wrote in 2009 that Turks as honest brokers between Arabs and Israelis sounded much like Greeks as honest brokers between Turkish and Greek Cypriots
Israel accepted an Egyptian proposal to hold fireafter a week-long campaign in Gaza, but warned Hamas it would hit back even harder if the rocket fire does not stop.
Israel appeared to hold off on a threatened escalation of its week-old Gaza Strip barrage despite having balked at Western calls for a ceasefire with an equally defiant Hamas.
Israel widened its air assault against the Gaza Strip's Hamas rulers on July 12, hitting a mosque, Hamas-affiliated charities and an Islamic home for the disabled
Israeli marines mounted a first ground assault on Gaza early July 13, further escalating a deadly six-day offensive hours after the U.N. Security Council unanimously called for a ceasefire
Israel harshened its campaign against Gaza, warning Palestinians in the north to flee after marines mounted a ground attack, and diplomatic efforts to halt the bloodshed intensified
Israeli warplanes kept up deadly raids on Gaza as the United States offered to help negotiate a truce
Israel pounded Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on July 12 for a fifth day, killing nine people including two disabled women according to medics, and showed no sign of pausing despite international pressure to negotiate a ceasefire
Israeli military authorities confirmed the strikes, saying they 'responded to rocket attacks against southern Israel,' targeting nine sites and concealed rocket launchers
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Monday ended a 20-month political alliance between his party and the ruling rightwing Likud, although his faction will remain in government.
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