Category: NURAY MERT
U.S.-Turkey relations are similar to the stories of celebrities’ failing marriages. Everyone knows that the couple does not get on anymore and even cheats on each other, but both parties publicly say the marriage is going well
The key term to express the gravity of the situation in the region at present can be 'frustration.' This frustration can explain both the reasons and consequences of the conflicts
Iran and world powers failed in an enormous diplomatic push to seal a landmark nuclear deal by a Monday deadline, deciding instead to give themselves seven more months to reach agreement.
The Palestinian Health Ministry said Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian in the northern Gaza Strip on Nov. 23, the first such fatality since a 50-day Gaza war ended in August
Police used a familiar itchy recipe against an inoffensive public statement attempt at Gezi Park: Tear gas
The United States and Iran sought to bridge gaps in negotiations on the eve of a deadline for a nuclear deal, as Iran signalled it was open to extending the talks by up to a year
'Being black is bad enough. If the Israelis hear us speaking Arabic as well, it gets difficult,' jokes Mo-Yassin
Regional conflicts in neighboring countries in conjunction with domestic issues have had a negative impact on hotel reservations in Turkey, said Turkey’s Touristic Hotels and Investors Association
The impact of U.S. midterm elections is still under discussion. While Democrats are in sorrow and bewilderment, the victorious rejoicing of the Republicans continues in every state.
A historical synagogue under restoration in the northwestern province of Edirne will not be turned into a museum, a top state official has said, despite earlier remarks from the province’s governor.
Israel has arrested four Palestinians suspected of planning to assassinate FM Avigdor Lieberman with an anti-tank rocket while he drove to his Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank
Weekly Muslim prayers at Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque went off without incident Nov. 21 despite high tensions in the Holy City
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Turks love to mount their high horses and wax moral about xenophobia toward the Turks and Islamophobia toward Muslims in general in the West.
Israeli forces Nov. 19 razed the east Jerusalem home of a Palestinian who killed two Israelis with his car last month as it speeded up the application of a controversial demolition policy.
Pope Francis on Nov. 19 slammed the deadly attack on a Jerusalem synagogue and urged Israelis and Palestinians to take the "courageous decisions" needed to achieve reconciliation.
Israel denounced as unhelpful on Nov. 19 a vote by the Spanish parliament, hours after a deadly Jerusalem synagogue attack, calling on Madrid to recognise a Palestinian state.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The Free Syrian Army (FSA), the recognized armed opposition group against Bashar al-Assad in Syria, has ceased its resistance in Aleppo, Syria’s second biggest city, withdrawing its 14,000 militia from the city, a ranking Turkish security source told the Hürriyet Daily News on Nov. 17.
Iran's foreign minister insisted Tuesday a nuclear deal remained possible as he arrived for a final round of talks with world powers, with differences still wide just six days before a deadline to strike an agreement.
Category: TOLGA TANIŞ
A scandal has erupted between two allies, the U.S. and Turkey. On a speech delivered on Oct. 2; U.S. Vice President Joe Biden had mentioned Turkey’s relations to organizations like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
Category: ARIANA FERENTINOU
“Anastasiades took the other side by surprise. The negotiations had progressed to a certain point, but with a sudden shift, he changed the agenda.”
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