Category: TAHA AKYOL
I listen to politicians attentively, whoever they may be, when they do not shout and when they speak civilized and with content.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
Diplomacy may be the art of telling people to go to hell in such a way that they ask for the directions, but in the Turkish case there are too many people who the Turks are telling to go to hell and, more problematically, they do not seem to be asking for the directions. But Ankara is trying nonetheless.
Ben Bradlee, the hard-driving editor who reigned over the Washington Post with the style of a well-dressed swashbuckler and the profane vocabulary of a dockworker as the newspaper helped topple President Richard Nixon, died on Oct. 21 aged 93.
Turkey’s biggest air sports festival kicked off in the Mediterranean town of Fethiye’s Ölüdeniz with paragliders from around the world participating in the event.
Iraqi state television said Abadi, arrived shortly before midnight for talks with Iranian officials including President Rouhani about the ongoing battle against ISIL
Turkey and Azerbaijan have learned from past crises, which have strengthened their relationship, Azerbaijani academic Elhur Soltanov tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Iran is against the latest hike in the border passage price for Iranian trucks, imposed by Turkey, the Iranian Embassy in Turkey said by a written statement on Oct. 19.
ISIL was taking heavy losses in the Syrian battleground of Kobane Oct. 19 as Iraqi forces fought the jihadists buoyed by US backing for top government security appointments
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon sought to calm fresh tensions with Washington on Oct. 19 as he began a five-day trip to the United States.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi is to visit Iran on Monday for talks on Baghdad's battle against the Islamic State group, which holds swathes of the country, his office said.
A series of acid attacks on women in the historic Iranian city of Isfahan has raised fears and prompted rumours that the victims were targeted for not being properly veiled.
Award-winning Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh told AFP Sunday that she has been barred from practising for three years and will hold a protest against the decision this week.
Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
One has to assume that the Byzantines had fountains because the Romans did, but today no trace of these remains. Instead we have many fountains from the Ottoman period the were common until pipes bringing water directly into individual houses were laid in the nineteenth century
Turkish transporters have paid more than $1 billion to Iran for the difference in fuel prices between the two countries, says the head of the International Transporters Association Fatih Şener
Ankara demands an explanation after recent statements by the Iranian ambassador to Turkey
With the decision to drop the case, the final part of a legal scandal that has been dogging President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's inner circle since late 2013 has been buried, while the snail-paced parliamentary inquiry continues.
A Turkish director of photography, who has worked on 127 movies in his 47-year career, has been jailed in Iran for carrying an alcoholic drink.
Iran's foreign minister said on Thursday that progress was made in "very difficult" nuclear talks with top U.S. and EU diplomats this week when possible solutions were discussed, sources who attended his briefing for Iranian media said.
Spain and New Zealand have been elected to the UN Security Council, defeating Turkey for the temporary seat in a vote at the General Assembly
Though they continue to lag behind the world in education investments, Middle Eastern countries’ arms spending keeps on rising, according to fresh data
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