Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos starts his term by reportedly leaving a wreath off the waters of the Aegean islets that led Ankara and Athens nearly to the point of war in the past. The right-wing politician’s move came days before PM Tsipras, leader of dovish Syriza, visits Greek Cyprus.
A picture of the monument is mistakenly included on the April page of the planner
Category: TOLGA TANIŞ
It is the first time I see them talking so honestly. I’ll share my impressions from the talks I had in Washington and explain how relations are deteriorating.
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.
Last-minute preparations are underway at the Swedish Embassy in Ankara to celebrate 50 years of migration from Turkey to the Nordic state with various cultural activities, which were kicked off with a classical music concert in Ankara.
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
Preparations are continuing for President Erdoğan’s scheduled visit to Somalia, despite the Jan. 22 suicide attack in Mogadishu
Zübeyir Aydar, a leading outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) figure based in Brussels, has challenged the Turkish government on claims that Kurds are creating provocations in the southeast, describing Ankara's lack of steps in the peace process as a "provocation."
Regardless of the turmoil in the region, no change should be expected and Ankara’s alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood is only likely to strengthen, RUSI scholar Aaron Stein tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu will attend a meeting on countering ISIL in London next week, British Ambassador to Ankara Richard Moore said via Twitter Jan. 14
Turkish officials have confirmed that 10 citizens have been under arrest in Shanghai, with two of them charged with “organizing people to illegally cross the border.”
Turkish authorities have warned that all websites publishing alleged records related to Syrian-bound trucks belonging to the Turkish intelligence agency that were stopped by a prosecutor last year will be banned. Twitter and Facebook quickly removed the content.
A new book by HDN writer Niki Gamm has been published by Çitlembik Publications. Titled “White Plume,” the book describes the story of 12-year-old Charles Henby.
The European Union should sign up for the European Convention on Human Rights, but recent negative advice from the Court of Justice of the European Union is worrying, according to the head of Council of Europe.
'President Erdoğan undertakes his own myth-making project, as seen in the controversial dress show of the 16 warriors in the presidential palace'
Local authorities in Turkey and UNESCO’s experts are engaged in ‘solid dialogue’ over Istanbul’s historic sites, which are on the world heritage list, says the organization’s director general.
Sleeper cells of jihadists in Turkey are now 'highly likely' to attack, according to a former Turkish intelligence official
2014 was a year in which the strengths and weaknesses of Turkish design were seen clearly in regard to its tradition and practice, which sometimes shone with brilliant examples and at other times bedevilled people with conditions that challenged the “sanity” of innovators.
Turkey reaches out to France to offer political and intelligence support in the wake of the deadly rampage at the Charlie Hebdo offices
Turkey has expressed concerns about the escalating violence and political unrest in Libya as its special envoy will head to the northern African country in the upcoming days amid threats to Turkish aircrafts.
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