Category: ERSU ABLAK
Mot even China or Iran was able to build a wall strong enough to hold people back from reaching the truth. So I advise the government to just cut our Internet connection altogether and be done with it
The probe follows tender-rigging reports at the Centre for EU Education and Youth Programmes
Gülen has rejected suggestions that he will return to Turkey
Turkey axed its gold imports by 93 percent year-on-year in Febuary. The lowering exports to Iran, which was used to pay for gas bought from the country, and the rattled lira have curbed demand
An Egyptian court on Tuesday banned the activities of the Palestinian militant Hamas group that rules the neighbouring Gaza Strip and ordered its assets seized, a judicial source said.
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu on March 4 greeted the attendants of a business conference in northern Iraq in Kurdish, receiving a big round of applause.
üleyman Aslan, who was one of the main suspects implicated in the massive corruption scandal rocking the country, has been appointed to the state-run bank’s executive board
A landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers is being implemented as planned but much remains to be done to resolve all issues, the UN nuclear chief said
Obama told Putin that Russia's dispatch of troops to Ukraine flouted international law and warned he was courting political isolation if the incursion continues
A son-in-law of Osama bin Laden and former Al-Qaeda spokesman goes on trial in New York Monday, accused of conspiracy to kill Americans and supporting terrorists.
Israel's prime minister pledged Sunday to resist "pressures" as he left for Washington on a visit expected to centre on peace talks with the Palestinians and the Iranian nuclear dispute.
Organized by the Japanese Embassy in Turkey, the Japan Foundation and the Goethe Institute in Ankara, the 11th Ankara Japanese Films Festival opened Feb. 26 at the Goethe Institute.
Category: TAHA ÖZHAN
The eavesdropping scandal that became public earlier this week would indicate, at the very least, two things. Firstly, the revealed list is clearly intended for more than just wiretapping.
Israel urged the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency on Friday to go public with all information it has regarding suspicions that Iran researched how to build an atomic bomb.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Syria's worsening war now posed a danger to all countries because President Bashar al-Assad's government had been allowed to continue its "crimes"
Developments in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon are so deeply intertwined that we might start speaking about these countries in similar terms as we talk about Af-Pak.
Süleyman Aslan's lawyer also said they filed an application requesting the lifting of an asset freeze on the $4.5 million found in shoeboxes
Turkey cut its gold reserves in January, data from the International Monetary Fund has shown, as rising bullion prices and the weakening lira curbed the country’s appetite
Germany views Iran as a potential threat not just to Israel, but also to European countries, Chancellor Angela Merkel said
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is travelling to Israel with her cabinet to promote ties and encourage her counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu to advance a two-state solution with the Palestinians