Turkey’s jewelry exports, excluding gold bar exports, increased by 8.4 percent in the first 11 months of the year from the same period of the previous year
Israel’s economy is in good shape, but further efforts are needed to fight poverty
The Turkish director of the organization tasked with ridding the world of chemical weapons picked up the body’s Nobel Peace Prize in a ceremony in Oslo on Dec. 10
A German second tier football team has terminated its sponsorship agreement with Saudi Airlines
Representatives of Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians will on Monday sign a "historic" agreement to link the Red Sea with the shrinking Dead Sea, an Israeli minister said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided not to attend a memorial service for Nelson Mandela this week because it is too expensive to travel to South Africa, Israeli media reported
Economy Minister Bennett proposed that Israel annex parts of the West Bank under its full military control
A visit to Israel by Dutch Prime Minister was marred by a dispute over a new security scanner on the Gaza border
Strong demand from Gulf countries for Lockheed Martin Corp’s F-35 fighter jet has prompted Washington
The personal website of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has published pictures of the mid-level cleric hiking in the mountains outside Tehran, his black turban replaced by a baseball cap
Category: OPEN BUFFET
Video artist Koken Ergün’s works are on display at Salt. Ergun’s video works focus on rituals of distinct social groups and subcultures.
The giant mural is being painted on the wall of Nablus Stadium in
the West Bank. The 1,000-square-meter mural “Huna Canaan,” is
an illustration of more than 3,500 years of Palestinian history
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It was not only the regional status quo that was unsettled with Iran’s Islamic revolution
Israeli Environment Minister Amir Peretz yesterday offered an olive branch to Turkey during his visit to Istanbul
Israel and the Palestinians are closer to a peace deal than they have been in years, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The questions about Turkey asked in the decision making and opinion generating bodies in Washington DC
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The volatility of the neighboring countries and impulsive positions taken by the policy makers have profoundly disturbed
US Secretary of State John Kerry insisted Thursday that Israel's security was a top priority in talks with Iran on its controversial nuclear programme after an initial deal was signed.
Hezbollah Dec 4 said one of its leaders had been assassinated near Beirut and accused Israel
Syria's Bashar al-Assad will remain president and lead any transition agreed upon in Geneva peace talks planned for next month, a government minister insisted on Wednesday.