Five men accused of murdering Christian missionaries have been recently released
Ukraine sought urgent Western backing on Monday after Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted that Crimea had the right to join his country even while hinting at a readiness for dialogue.
A Turkish court has freed five men accused of torturing and murdering three Christian missionaries in 2007, after the suspects' time in detention while on trial exceeded new legal limits
President Vladimir Putin has told Western leaders that the government of Crimea, which wants to hold a referendum on joining Russia, is a legitimate body
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
PM Erdoğan and his men believe that a good two-thirds of the country he rules consists of traitors and spies; and that all communists and atheists are terrorists. That’s fine...
Category: TAHA AKYOL
Trust in the judiciary is one of Turkey’s old problems. Only the sides change according to different periods
Ankara’s EU accession process is currently at a highly 'unsuccessful' juncture with regards to both Turkey and the EU, TÜSİAD head Muharrem Yılmaz said
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The seizure of Crimea by Russian forces has provided an early strategic advantage to President Vladimir Putin in his tug of war match with Western leaders
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
According to a report in The New York Times, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said of Russian leader Vladimir Putin that 'she was not sure he was in touch with reality' and was 'living in another world'
Both NATO and the EU are increasing pressure on Russia and Ukraine's former pro-Kremlin rulers
A referendum on Crimea's status would take place in 10 days, the region's Vice PM said
Washington would prefer Turkey to join a U.S.-European Union trade pact by agreeing on a scheme with the latter, instead of signing a separate deal
U.S. President Barack Obama said Russia was not 'fooling anybody' after Vladimir Putin denied Russian forces were operating in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula
'If they are the self-defence forces created by the inhabitants of Crimea, we have no authority over them,' Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said
About a third of women in Europe have been exposed to a physical or sexual assault, a new study shows. At the top end, 52 percent of women in Denmark were said to have suffered an abuse
Turkey doesn’t expect the crisis in Ukraine to pose any risks to its energy supply, foreseeing that things will calm down, Energy Minister Taner Yılıdız has said.
Russia rebuffed Western demands to withdraw forces in Ukraine's Crimea region to their bases amid a day of high-stakes diplomacy in Paris
Estonia sees no reason why Turkey should not proceed toward closer integration with the European Union, the president of the country has said.
The Turkish government has issued a Human Rights Action Plan to boost freedoms, in a bid to harmonize the legislation with the European Court of Human Rights jurisprudence framework
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Mustafa Koç is Turkey’s number one industrialist by all numbers.
He was proud to say in a Hürriyet interview with Cansu Çamlıbel that the group pays 9.5 percent of its income tax in Turkey.