Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
By calling the Armenian massacre during World War I genocide, the Vatican has joined the plot against Turkey, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu claimed
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Turkey is a country fond of setting negative records like having the largest number of journalists in prison, being one of the champions in violence against women, or being the country that has tried to close down You Tube or Twitter the most.
Despite German President Gauck’s recent comments and Turkey’s official reaction, the German parliament’s stance on using the word “genocide” for the 1915 killings of Armenian citizens remains uncertain, with Turkish academic Hüseyin Bağcı saying Germany’s thoughts on the issue were mixed
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
I was in Washington D.C. from April 13 to 19 for the 2015 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund.
German bass-baritone Christian Gerhaher and his compatriot soprano Anja Harteros were named the top male and female singers respectively at the International Opera Awards on April 26
The German chancellor's office has known since 2008 of US economic espionage targeting European companies such as Airbus but did not react, the Bild daily said April 27, citing intelligence agency documents.
Two of Turkey’s opposition parties have kicked-off their foreign election campaigns in Germany over the weekend, targeting the more than 2.7 million Turkish voters living abroad
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
In a comprehensive interview with daily Hürriyet’s Cansu Çamlıbel on April 24, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan underlined in an open way that Armenia’s “struggle does not end in 2015 – it will just enter a more mature phase.”
A Turkish Airlines plane bound for Milan makes an emergency landing at Istanbul Airport after one its engines catches fire
Turkey reacts to the US, Russia, Germany and France over the wording their leaders picked on the Armenian killings
British Labour party leader Ed Miliband is to vow to end the country's "small-minded isolationist" attitude to Europe if he becomes prime minister after an election in two weeks' time
Turkey on April 24 hosted world leaders to commemorate the centenary of the World War I battle of Gallipoli, sending out a message of reconciliation -- and patriotic pride over one of the most dramatic Ottoman victories of the war.
An 18-year-old defendant apologised April 24 for the death of a young German-Turkish woman who became a national symbol of courage for giving her life trying to protect two teenage girls
The commemorations of the “Armenian centenary” will pass, leaving anger on the Turkish side at Pope Francis, the European Parliament, and the German Bundestag for affirming that the Armenian massacres in 1915 were genocide.
Thousands of Australians, New Zealanders and Turks have gathered on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula ahead of the 100th anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles of World War I
Istanbul and Ankara offer a variety of attractions this week, from concerts by German indie rock band The Notwist and American tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander to a food festival offering the different cuisines of Turkey.
Deutsche Bank faced a multi-billion-dollar fine on April 23 as British and U.S. officials prepared to announce a legal settlement over alleged attempts at its London-based subsidiary to manipulate interest rate benchmarks
Britain's biggest retailer, supermarket group Tesco, announced April 22 that it had plunged massively into the red last year as it took a hit on the value of its property
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said April 22 that he did not expect the U.S. President Barack Obama to use the word “genocide” in a statement to mark the 100th anniversary of the killing of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire
In both German and Turkish, this slogan is written on the red pencil cases distributed to the participants of the “pre-integration courses” at the Goethe Institute in Istanbul.
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