Turkey will host leaders from all corners of the world when it holds commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli April 24-25
The former head of TÜBİTAK and two of its employees were released late April 14 following their detainment after an alleged “impeachment”
Category: EURASIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT
The revival of the Silk Road project might have been a utopia when it was initiated in the 1990s, but the dream is now being realized, according to former Romanian President Emil Constantinescu.
The Southern Gas Corridor will create 20,000 to 30,000 new jobs for the region it traverses, according to Azerbaijani Energy Minister Natig Aliyev.
The Trans-Eurasian Information Super Highway will be at least as important as the $10 billion TANAP, Azerbaijan’s communication and information technologies minister has said.
The most hotly anticipated Masters in years gets underway early April 9 morning under the towering Georgia pines of Augusta National with a host of gripping potential story lines.
Police in the US state of South Carolina charged an officer April 7 with murder after video showed him apparently gunning down a fleeing black man
Egypt and Nigeria accounted for well over 1,000 of the death sentences announced last year, more than a third of the world's total, Amnesty International says in its latest annual report on the death penalty.
A Moscow-friendly Greece could paralyse NATO's ability to react to Russian aggression, former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski warned March 25.
The western province of Çanakkale will host a rock & metal festival in honor of the 100th anniversary of the War of Dardanelles, organized under the leadership of Iranian band Master of Persia
The foundation was laid for the $10 billion Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Project, which will carry Azeri gas to European markets, with the attendance of the presidents of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey
Turkish fighter jets intercepted a Russian plane which was flying parallel to Turkish air space over the Black Sea on March 15
Tourism representatives have supported the idea to give Russian tourists the chance to enter Turkey with only their identity cards, rather than their passports
US President Barack Obama rallied a new generation of Americans to the spirit of the civil rights struggle on March 7, warning their march for freedom "is not yet finished."
A campaign for solidarity with the people of Kobane, which was launched in Greece, has already yielded results, with considerable humanitarian assistance
Due to its favorable geographical location as a bridge between a supply-demand line and its dependence on energy imports, Turkey’s vision is to become an energy hub of the “region.”
Category: GÜVEN SAK
Özgecan Aslan was a 20-year-old university student. She was killed in a private bus after an attempted rape in Tarsus, between Mersin and Adana on the southern coast of Turkey. The perpetrators of the monstrous crime disfigured and burned her body. They have all been arrested. Yet the slogan “Have you heard Özgecan’s cry?” is still echoing across massive protests all over the country
TAV, Turkey’s leading brand in airport operations, posted a net profit of 218 million euros in 2014 with an increase of 64 percent compared to the previous year, the company said by a written statement late Feb. 19.
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President François Hollande brokered a truce between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Feb. 12 in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, to subdue the bloodshed in eastern Ukraine. After intense and acrimonious negotiations, the four leaders agreed on a deal that came into effect in the early hours of Feb. 15
The first ever direct China-Spain freight train - which started its journey from Yiwu, a major trading hub south of Shanghai - travelled an epic 13,000 kilometers in 21 days, reaching Madrid in December 2014.
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