Sabers are rattling in the East China Sea over a potentially energy-rich stretch of water
A car bomb exploded Friday killing its driver outside the office of Somalia's prime minister in the capital Mogadishu, an AFP reporter said.
The most violent nations in the Middle East are perceived to be the region's most corrupt, according to a survey
When Burak Karan, an up-and-coming German-Turkish football star was killed last month during a Syrian military raid on anti-Bashar al-Assad rebels near the Turkish border
Category: GWYNNE DYER
A little over two years after the former Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, was captured and killed by rebel militiamen outside the town of Sirte, the Libyan state is teetering on the brink of collapse.
A fundamental change is looming in the horizon of Turkey’s “Opening up to Africa” strategy
Syria is in the mess it is today because the UN Security Council failed to act early enough to stop the bloodshed, a senior UN official says
The United Nations in Somalia called Nov 21 for a “proper investigation” after police again arrested an alleged rape victim
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
If countries could sit on a therapist’s chair, some would be diagnosed with multiple-personality syndrome.
The UN Security Council will soon agree to authorize 4,000 more troops to boost the African force battling resurgent Shebab rebels in Somalia, diplomats said Wednesday.
UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi has warned of the 'Somalization' of the war-ravaged country
Turkey’s foreign aid for development projects, ranging from building schools to providing clean water in 121 countries, reached $3.4 billion in 2012
“I don’t know how many more people need to die at sea before something gets done”
European Union states should work together in four areas of defense technology, including developing drones, the bloc’s foreign policy chief says
British athlete Mo Farah joins Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere’s ‘only English-born players should play football for England’ debate by stressing patriotic pride
Italy planned today a large-scale deployment of air and sea forces in the Mediterranean
The Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership has no winner
Al-Qaeda worries may win Syrian president some time, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt told the Hürriyet Daily News in an exclusive interview
Head of European Commission announces additional aid to help with the refugee crisis in Italy following the Lampedusa boat tragedy
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Turkey has officially denied its troops cooperated in the raid against the al-Shabaab terrorist group