Category: MURAT YETKİN
The U.S. Senate on Sept. 18 approved a bill to authorize President Barack Obama to provide equipment and training for Syrian rebel forces in order for them to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), both in Syria and in Iraq.
The UN will create a special mission to combat Ebola, deploying staff in the worst-affected states as the UN Security Council declared the outbreak a 'threat to international peace and security'
A set of panda triplets, known as the world's only surviving trio, have opened their eyes for the first time more than a month after their birth in a Chinese zoo.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that Russia would not isolate its sanctions-hit economy from the West but said improving relations with Asian countries has become a key strategy.
China's Li Na announced her retirement at the age of 32 over persistent knee injuries on Sept. 19, prompting a wave of adulation for Asia's greatest and most influential tennis player.
Turkish textile company Ayka Addis Textile has been declared the top textile and garment export performer in Ethiopia for the 2013-2014 season, Ethiopia’s Textile Industry Development Institute has said.
Canada’s largest city is welcoming a new museum showcasing the splendor of Islamic art and culture. The Aga Khan Museum will feature everything from rare Quranic manuscripts to musical instruments
An increasing number of nuclear power projects in developing countries have given a boost to demand for firms from the developed world but questions over cost and safety continue to linger
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
NASA will partner with Boeing and SpaceX to build commercially owned and operated "space taxis" to fly astronauts to the International Space Station, ending U.S. dependence on Russia for rides, officials said on Tuesday.
Iran cannot convince the world that its current ability to enrich uranium is acceptable, the top US negotiator said on Tuesday ahead of new nuclear talks with global powers.
President Barack Obama on Sept. 16 called West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak a looming threat to global security and announced a major expansion of the U.S. role in trying to halt its spread
Turks express the weakest overall support for global trade, despite general enthusiasm for closer commercial ties among developing countries, a survey of 44 countries has shown
The 24th Akbank Jazz Festival will be held from Oct. 23 to Nov. 2 this year, hosting 300 musicians in 44 concerts in various venues across Istanbul
US warplanes carried out their first air strike on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) near Baghdad
The number of hungry people in the world has dropped by 100 million over the last 10 years, though one in nine are still undernourished, with Asia home to the majority of the underfed, the UN said Tuesday.
The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) is drawing up plans for a possible buffer zone along the border inside northern Syria that could be established with the contribution of U.S.-led coalition forces.
US President Barack Obama will try to "turn the tide" on the Ebola epidemic Tuesday by ordering 3,000 US military personnel to west Africa to curtail its spread as China also dispatched more experts to the region.
Chaos in Libya is threatening to destabilize the Sahel region, a development which would have grave implications for European security. France has taken the lead in raising the alarm
French President François Hollande called for united international action to tackle the threat from ISIL militants as he opened a conference on Iraq bringing together members of a US-led coalition
A rhino fossil nearly 10 tons in weight and give meters in height has been found in Çorum’s Sungurlu district. The fossil dates back 23 to 27 million years and comes from the biggest known land mammal
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