The Church of England appointed its first ever female bishop on Dec. 17, overturning centuries of tradition in a Church that has been deeply divided over the issue.
Scientific data shows Greenland's continental shelf is connected to a ridge beneath the Arctic Ocean, giving Danes a claim to the North Pole and any potential energy resources beneath it, Denmark's foreign minister said.
The Pentagon's F-35 program manager said the decisions came after months of reviews and site visits
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
American author Henry Miller once wrote, “The American ideal is youth – handsome, empty youth.” The Turkish ideal, too, is youth: just replace “handsome” with “devout.”
Turkey ranks among the worst performers in dealing with rising CO2 emissions, according to a joined study submitted by Germanwatch and the Climate Action Network
Category: GWYNNE DYER
“We will not be cowed by these sick terrorists,” said British Prime Minister David Cameron after Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) produced a grisly video of the mass beheading of Syrian captives by foreign jihadis who allegedly included British fighters.
Although energy-addicted countries, including Japan and China, seem to be the winners of the plunging oil prices, the benefits seen by Turkey may be exaggerated
Canada on Dec. 8 joined Britain in closing its embassy in Cairo to the public for security reasons, with neither country providing details about any specific threat.
Category: VERDA ÖZER
You know what they say: 'Coming events cast their shadows first.' Even though it was not announced with trumpets, by bombing ISIL targets in Iraq on Dec. 3, Iran has joined the anti-ISIL coalition
With temperature data showing 2014 currently tied for the hottest year on record, the UN weather agency on Dec. 4 rejected claims that global warming has paused
The UN General Assembly has overwhelmingly approved an Arab-backed resolution calling on Israel to renounce possession of nuclear weapons and put its nuclear facilities under international oversight
At least 50 jihadists were killed in the embattled border town in suicide bombings, clashes with Kobane's Kurdish defenders and air strikes, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said
The United Nations on Nov. 25 adopted a resolution on protecting digital privacy that for the first time urged governments to offer redress to citizens targeted by mass surveillance.
Britain led at the International Emmy Awards Monday, with three trophies going to British television series at the ceremony honoring the best TV programming outside the United States.
The key term to express the gravity of the situation in the region at present can be 'frustration.' This frustration can explain both the reasons and consequences of the conflicts
Former Turkish President Abdullah Gül began his first foreign trip since leaving office to visit Britain and Canada
A Russian website offering thousands of live feeds peering into bedrooms and offices around the world by accessing poorly secured webcams should be taken down immediately, British officials said
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is a huge terrorist organization making $1 million day by smuggling oil via Turkey and Iraq, warned a former U.S. envoy on energy.
A doctor said to be "extremely ill" after being infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone was being treated in the United States on Nov. 16, while the world's most powerful economies vowed to "extinguish" the deadly epidemic.
U.S. singer and actress Demi Lovato will perform at Istanbul’s Ülker Sports Arena on Nov. 16. Lovato was honored at this year’s People’s Choice Awards with the “Favorite Female Artist” and “Favorite Fan Following” awards.
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