Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels launched a major suicide attack on Friday against the heavily-fortified presidential palace, home to the country's internationally-backed government, police and witnesses said.
Turkey underlines that it is working to offer a direct cash aid to Somalia in 2014, refuting earlier reports
Ankara cut its direct cash aid to Somali government as of the 2013-end, at a time when the African country was grappling with a corruption scandal
The record 'thwarts Turkey's aspirations to be regarded as a regional democratic model'
Seven people were killed when a car bomb exploded near the entrance of Mogadishu's heavily guarded international airport where many foreign diplomats are based
Less than half the journalists accused by Egypt's military-installed authorities of being part of a "terror cell" involving Qatari-owned broadcaster Al-Jazeera actually work for the network
The head of our Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) is very upset about the clash between the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the Gülen Community.
The United Nations Security Council is cracking down on ivory hunters and traffickers who finance armed groups in Africa in a new initiative which has been welcomed by conservationists.
To be able to see how long a way mankind has come in 2,000 years, it is sufficient to look at the past and present of parliaments.
Red mullet comes from Senegal. Calamari is imported from India. Octopus from Spain. Schrims from Indonesia. Grouper from Egypt.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry is gathering together the country’s far-flung ambassadors for a review of the nation’s foreign policy
A strong democracy is a must in pursuing an active diplomacy, Davutoğlu said at the envoys' conference as the ruling AKP is giving its own test of democracy amid a graft scandal
Three bombs exploded within an hour outside a hotel frequented by government officials in a heavily fortified district of the Somali capital on Jan. 1, killing at least 11 people
The Italian navy has rescued 233 mostly African migrants from a 10 metre boat in Mediterranean waters south of Sicily
At least 70 journalists were killed on the job in 2013, including 29 who died covering the civil war in Syria
Egyptian police have arrested an award-winning Australian journalist and an Egyptian reporter for the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera channel
Davutoğlu urges to 'build dialogue instead of barriers'
Russia on Friday buried Mikhail Kalashnikov, the designer of the iconic AK-47 assault rifle that was the favoured weapon of guerrillas worldwide, at a newly-opened cemetery for national heroes.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the designer of fabled AK-47 automatic rifle, has died
Sabers are rattling in the East China Sea over a potentially energy-rich stretch of water