Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
If this past week taught us anything, it is that you don’t mess with Erdoğan – if you didn’t know that already. Because if you do, He will mess with you back – big time.
Category: NİLGÜN TEKFİDAN GÜMÜŞ
The rescue of the hostages was the best news of the past weeks. Turkey has overcome this difficulty with a lot of patience; now it faces other difficulties.
Russia’s envoy to Turkey says establishing a buffer zone inside Syria and imposing a no-fly zone requires a UN Security Council resolution
A fragile truce between pro-Russian insurgents and Ukrainian forces appeared to be consolidate Monday as clashes subsided and attention focused on the unresolved status of the separatist east.
Relatives of German victims of downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 plan to sue Ukraine and its president for criminal negligence for not closing the country's airspace, a lawyer said
Ukraine insisted it would not pull back its troops from the frontline until all sides cease fire under a peace plan aimed at ending five months of bloodshed in the east
With temperatures rapidly dropping and the European summer almost over, politicians in European capitals and Brussels are rightly asking themselves the question: What if Russia turns off the gas supply to Europe?
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The U.S. Senate on Sept. 18 approved a bill to authorize President Barack Obama to provide equipment and training for Syrian rebel forces in order for them to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), both in Syria and in Iraq.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that Russia would not isolate its sanctions-hit economy from the West but said improving relations with Asian countries has become a key strategy.
China's Li Na announced her retirement at the age of 32 over persistent knee injuries on Sept. 19, prompting a wave of adulation for Asia's greatest and most influential tennis player.
London's Wembley Stadium will host the final and semi-finals of the 2020 European football championship, which will exceptionally be held in 13 different countries, UEFA boss Michel Platini announced Friday.
Kyiv accused Moscow on Sept. 18 of massing its troops in annexed Crimea on the Ukraine border, rattling nerves just as President Petro Poroshenko prepared to meet US counterpart Barack Obama.
The United Nations says it will slash food rations to four million Syrian refugees by 40 percent in October citing the shortage of funds as an excuse, although it has better access to areas in need
An increasing number of nuclear power projects in developing countries have given a boost to demand for firms from the developed world but questions over cost and safety continue to linger
Russia’s Vladimir Putin has hit out at the West over their sanctions, claiming they have thrown out the trade rulebook in dealing with the Kremlin
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
NASA will partner with Boeing and SpaceX to build commercially owned and operated "space taxis" to fly astronauts to the International Space Station, ending U.S. dependence on Russia for rides, officials said on Tuesday.
Iran cannot convince the world that its current ability to enrich uranium is acceptable, the top US negotiator said on Tuesday ahead of new nuclear talks with global powers.
US warplanes carried out their first air strike on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) near Baghdad
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Sept. 16 formally submitted to parliament a bill offering limited self-rule for the country's separatist east.
An Olympic rhythmic gymnastics champion, rumoured to be Russian President Vladimir Putin's lover, has been appointed the head of a powerful pro-Kremlin media group.
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