Around 5 million Europeans lost their jobs between 2008 and 2014 due to the global crisis, figures show. Turkish employment, meanwhile, is on the rise
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Turkey ranks low on all international lists in regards to rights, liberties and freedoms while also boasting first place in terms of the highest number of newsmen behind bars.
Category: GWYNNE DYER
It’s a slow process, this business of getting recognized as an independent state, but the Palestinians are making progress.
On Oct. 12, at a donors’ conference in Cairo, participants pledged $5.4 billion toward the reconstruction of Gaza.
A Spanish nurse who became the first person outside Africa to be infected with Ebola on Oct. 19 tested negative for the virus, Madrid said
Nigeria - Africa's most populous country - was declared Ebola-free on Monday as European Union foreign ministers thrashed out measures to help halt the spread of the deadly disease.
Sweden beefed up its military presence in the Stockholm archipelago on Saturday to scour its waters for "foreign underwater activity", a mobilisation of Swedish ships, troops and helicopters unseen since the Cold War.
President Barack Obama urged Americans on Oct. 18 not to give in to "hysteria" about the spread of the virus.
Albania on Oct. 19 condemned the burning of its flag during a football match in Serbia, the latest in a series of incidents aggravating political tensions between Belgrade and Tirana.
Category: VERDA ÖZER
Last week we all got worried that developments in Kobane would put the peace process in Turkey in jeopardy.
Davutoğlu stresses that 'all related parties' are involved in the solution process, not just Öcalan
Category: MURAT YETKİN
According to Volkan Bozkır, Turkey’s Minister for European Union Affairs, Ankara has adopted a new communications strategy, in order to win the hearts and minds of European citizens as well as EU governments.
Turkey and the United States have agreed to train Syrian fighters in Turkey by giving the forces training
Western countries scrambled to review safety measures at airports and borders amid a mounting wave of fear that West Africa's Ebola outbreak will spread worldwide
Germany's foreign minister ruled out the possibility of arming the PKK, after a senior ally of Merkel suggested this could help efforts to defeat ISIL militants
The Turkish government has repeatedly argued that a controversial bill outlining the further empowerment of security forces was drafted in line with the European Union acquis
The meetings come after the U.S. said Turkey had agreed on hosting, equipping and training the Syrian opposition
A senior ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel has left open the possibility of arming PKK as part of efforts to defeat ISIL militants
Iran's foreign minister said on Thursday that progress was made in "very difficult" nuclear talks with top U.S. and EU diplomats this week when possible solutions were discussed, sources who attended his briefing for Iranian media said.
Serbia's interior minister said on Oct. 16 that Albania was "not mature enough" to join the European community
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