Top officials from 21 countries kicked off talks in London on Jan. 22 on pushing back Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants in Iraq and Syria and tackling the growing threat of homegrown jihadists in Europe.
The Vancouver Turkish Films Festival (VTTF) will be organized for the first time between Jan. 23 and 25.
Israel is lobbying member-states of the International Criminal Court to cut funding for the tribunal in response to its launch of an inquiry into possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories
The Carre D’artistes Art Gallery, which opened just a few months ago in Istanbul’s Galatasaray neighborhood, brings together over 20 artists from different parts of world.
Canadian foreign minister John Baird said he had a "fruitful" meeting with his Egyptian counterpart Thursday to seek the release of a Canadian journalist imprisoned with two Al-Jazeera colleagues.
It's true: working too hard can drive you to drink, said researchers Jan. 14 who warned of the health risks of such dual excess
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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
Prince Charles, Prince William and actor Russell Crowe are scheduled to attend Gallipoli Battle's centennial
Human tests of two possible Ebola vaccines have proven safe and efficacy tests will begin within weeks in the three west African countries ravaged by the deadly virus, the World Health Organization said
The Middle East must leave 40 percent of its oil reserves in the ground, and China, the US and Russia most of their coal if global warming is to be curbed, researchers said Jan. 7.
An old photograph of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro has lately been circulating on social media, with speech bubbles in which Che asks “When will relations with the US be restored?” and a chuckling Fidel responds:
Three Al-Jazeera journalists faced Jan. 2 the prospect of at least several more weeks in prison after Egypt's top court granted them a retrial in a case that sparked international uproar.
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We are at the Changa restaurant in the Sabancı Museum. These days, the museum is hosting an exhibition of Miro, one of the world’s most renowned painters.
Almost half of Turks believe the economy will go bad in the next 12 months, yet very few of them think this will affect their household income negatively, according to an AvivaSA saving trends study
"The Interview," the provocative comedy that triggered a devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures, went straight to U.S. consumers on Dec. 24 in an unprecedented online debut
A jury in Montreal found a one-time porn actor guilty in the murder of a Chinese student with an ice pick
An early Byzantine era basilica, which was discovered this year underwater in İznik and has the traces of early Christianity architecture, is among the top 10 discoveries of 2014, according to the Archaeological Institute of America
The Russian Foreign Ministry says new Western sanctions against Ukraine's Crimea region are a "collective punishment" on residents who voted last March to join Russia
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.
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