Turkey’s President Erdoğan on July 22 called for an immediate end to Israel’s new restrictions at the compound of Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque
Galatasaray coach Igor Tudor and chairman Dursun Özbek faced growing calls of resignation on July 21 following the Istanbul club’s humiliating exit from the European competition.
A publication by Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency of the locations of what appeared to be U.S. military posts in Syria puts American forces in danger, the Pentagon said
France’s top military chief resigned on July 19 after a war of words with Emmanuel Macron over budget cuts that tested the new president’s authority
Turkey’s European Union Affairs Minister Ömer Çelik has reiterated that his country wants to become a full member of the European Union and will not be open to any other offer apart from that.
For years, Iranians have had to put up with the likes of “Mash Donalds” and “Pizza Hat.” Now real Western food franchises have finally arrived, but doing business in Iran is not for the faint-hearted.
French leader Emmanuel Macron faced the biggest crisis of his young presidency yesterday following the resignation of the military chief he had rebuked for criticizing defense spending cuts
History -- some of it intensely personal -- leant heavily on Christopher Nolan when he was making his wartime epic “Dunkirk,” which rolls out in cinemas across the world from July 19
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On the anniversary of the failed 2016 coup attempt in Turkey, news broke that Ankara had agreed to pay Moscow $2.5 billion to purchase S-400 surface-to-air missile systems
French carmaker Renault posted record vehicle sales for the first half as a sustained product offensive lifted global deliveries by 10.4 percent - with a well-timed China SUV launch and a renewed push into Iran both contributing.
A serious cyber-attack could cost the global economy as much as $53 billion, putting it on a par with Hurricane Sandy in 2012, according to a report on July 17 by Lloyd’s of London.
The European Union imposed sanctions on 16 Syrian scientists and military officials on July 17 for their suspected involvement in a chemical attack in northern Syria in April which killed scores of civilians
France should define a clear roadmap to fulfill its pledge to cut the share of nuclear power in its electricity generation to 50 percent by 2025, French ecology minister said in an interview in the Sunday edition of regional daily Ouest-France.
U.S. President Donald Trump returned to Washington on July 16 after a brief overseas respite, facing an enduring and intensifying storm over his campaign’s contacts with Russia.
Turkey has signed an agreement with fellow NATO members France and Italy to develop its national missile defense systems, the Turkish Defense Minister said on July 14.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian held talks with top officials in Kuwait on July 16 in a bid to bolster the emirate’s attempts to mediate in the Gulf crisis
Turkey warned the Greek Cypriot administration over its hydrocarbon-related activities in the Eastern Mediterranean late on July 13.
China lashed out July 14 at international criticism after it denied Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo’s dying wish to leave the country and faced pressure to set the democracy champion’s widow free.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron presided on July 13 over a joint cabinet meeting aimed at underscoring Franco-German resolve to kick-start the European Union
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on July 13 wrapped up a four-day mission to the Gulf with little sign of progress in resolving the diplomatic crisis pitting Saudi Arabia and its allies against Qatar
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