Turkey's Interior Ministry 'would examine the issue' if there is a red notice for the arrest of Muslim Brotherhood members
Deporting the diplomat prior to a court ruling would negatively affect investments, the Kuwaiti envoy says
Turkey has backtracked from its decision not to attend EXPO 2015 in Milan, after Italian President Renzi congratulated Erdoğan’s presidential victory
The Ankara Public Prosecutors’ Office has demanded the arrest of a Kuwaiti diplomat’s driver, appealing a court decision that released him following an assault of a Turkish pilot in Ankara
Category: MURAT YETKİN
'Our non-ally in Ankara' was the title of a Wall Street Journal editorial on Sept. 15, with a subtitle stating: 'Turkey bugs out of the anti-ISIS coalition. Why not a base in Kurdistan?'
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu underlines the need for 'absolute elimination of ISIL’s root causes'
The influx into Turkey of more than a million Syrians fleeing their war-torn country has become a protracted situation that demands urgent new policies, according to the UNHCR’s representative in Ankara
Turkey’s EU Minister Volkan Bozkır criticizes the concerns of an Ankara-based foreign diplomat over the recently passed Internet law, saying he has not received any criticism from EU diplomats
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
This week, the Turkish Parliament passed a series of laws, including changes about internet privacy.
Recent legal changes allowing Turkey’s telecommunication authority to monitor web users and the sites they visit without a court order are “very worrying,” a foreign diplomat tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Category: ERTUĞRUL ÖZKÖK
They badmouthed Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey. They described, excuse me, those generations that have made the “walk to the West” - the direction of civilization of the national awakening - as “drunkards.”
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held talks in Ankara on Sept. 12 to shape the strategy in the fight against jihadists in Iraq and Syria, as Turkey reiterated its readiness for 'merely humanitarian assistance' in the region, instead of getting involved in combat operations
Pope Francis is expected to pay an official visit to Turkey later this autumn, eight years after his predecessor, Benedict XVI, paid a landmark official visit from the Holy See to the country
The medium is increasingly the message for Turks as television simultaneously reflects and attempts to inculcate conservatism in the country, according to sociologist Tayfun Atay
Category: YUSUF KANLI
'It is difficult to understand Greek Cypriot mentality,' Turks and other people complaining of Greeks often say. Wrong
An intelligence official tells the Hürriyet Daily News that wiretaps posed no substantial threats to Turkey
A Turkish intelligence source speaking on the condition of anonymity said the vulnerability of companies’ servers that are out of Turkey are being investigated
The NATO Summit will demonstrate NATO’s capabilities as a military alliance, British Ambassador to Turkey Richard Moore told the Hürriyet Daily News, ahead of the alliance’s Sept. 4-5 meetings in Wales
The merger unites all of Doğan core fields of activities, including investments in the media, energy, retail, industrial, real estate marketing, tourism and financial services sectors, under one holding company
According to Michael Werz from American Progress Center, 'Washington is seeking ways to give the message that in Turkey, the Constitution gives the executive authority to the prime minister'
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