Security black holes around Turkey are getting bigger, yet the government is not vocalizing the threat is becoming more serious, warns an analyst. ‘Being Muslim will not protect Turkey from radicalism,’ says security expert Mete Yarar.
The World Health Organization's chief on Jan. 25 admitted the UN agency had been caught napping on Ebola and pledged reforms to avoid similar mistakes in future.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow is working to promote contacts between Kyiv and the pro-Russian separatists in the next few days
Germany has decided to stop arms exports to Saudi Arabia because of "instability in the region," German daily Bild has reported
Deputy foreign ministers from Iran, the U.K., France and Germany will gather in Istanbul on Jan. 29 to discuss Iran’s nuclear program, according to an Iranian official.
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The global security environment is getting more complicated and dangerous every other day and the Somalia bombing before Erdoğan’s visit is a part of it.
Foreign leaders gathered in a cavernous mosque in the Saudi Arabian capital on Jan. 23 for the funeral of King Abdullah
Pro-Russian rebels cemented their hold Friday on a long-disputed airport ceded by Ukrainian troops during an upsurge in clashes that killed nearly 50 people and punctured Europe's latest push for peace in the nine-month war
Iranian and US diplomats resumed talks in Switzerland on Jan. 23, as the pace intensifies towards a complex deal on Tehran's nuclear programme
Representatives of 88 countries will smile it out for the title of Miss Universe Sunday in a contest rattled by Miss Israel taking a selfie with Miss Lebanon, their countries' sworn enemies.
Sweden’s ambassador to Ankara urges for a balanced approach in dealing with Islamist terror attacks, saying a distinction should be made between criticizing Islamist extremists and Islamophobia
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.
Shelling hit a trolleybus in war-torn east Ukraine's Donetsk on Jan. 22 and killed at least 13 people, an official said, hours after peace talks in Berlin called for a ceasefire.
A Turkish doctoral student studying in Pisa has been deported from Italy after allegedly saying in emails that he wanted to blow up an embassy
Washington stands side-by-side with victims of terror around the world, President Barack Obama vowed Jan. 20, asking lawmakers to give him updated war powers to defeat Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria.
France unveiled a raft of measures Jan. 21 to curb radicalisation and better monitor jihadists two weeks after an Islamist killing spree in Paris that sent shockwaves across Europe.
Fresh clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels rocked Donetsk in the country's war-torn east Jan. 21, killing at least five civilians
A group of pro-Syrian regime hackers briefly took over the Twitter account of France's Le Monde newspaper early Jan. 21, tweeting several messages including one reading "Je ne suis pas Charlie"
The city of Paris said Jan. 20 it plans to sue US chain Fox News for reports that there were "no-go zones" in the French capital that police and non-Muslims avoid.
Warning alarms in AirAsia flight QZ8501 were "screaming" as the pilots desperately tried to stabilise the plane just before it plunged into the Java Sea last month, a crash investigator said Jan. 21.
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