Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu’s contacts in Ukraine continue with uncertainty, as it is not clear which side is Sunni and which is Shiite, or which side is in favor of the coup.
A grand cemevi, a house of worship for the Alevi community, is opened in the Turkish capital
A suicide bomber killed 34 people, including two state television employees at a checkpoint near Baghdad as Maliki accused Riyadh and Doha for assisting Sunni radicals
Three Arab countries have banned the Hollywood film 'Noah' starring Russell Crowe on religious grounds even before its worldwide premiere
What went wrong between the Turkish PM and the Islamic scholar? Here are 10 maps that put Erdogan’s international crackdown against Gülenists into context
Suicide bombers attacked the city council headquarters in the Iraqi city of Samarra on Tuesday, took employees hostage and eventually blew themselves up, killing a total of five people.
An Egyptian court on Tuesday banned the activities of the Palestinian militant Hamas group that rules the neighbouring Gaza Strip and ordered its assets seized, a judicial source said.
Bahrain vowed Tuesday to eliminate "terrorism," a day after a bomb killed three policemen in a Shiite village, in the deadliest attack on security forces since they crushed the 2011 uprising.
Fighting in the Damascus district of Yarmouk have interrupted aid distribution to thousands of besieged Palestinian refugees, the United Nations said on Monday.
Saudi women activists have petitioned the country's consultative council to back a demand to curb the "absolute authority" of male guardians over women
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Syria's worsening war now posed a danger to all countries because President Bashar al-Assad's government had been allowed to continue its "crimes"
Churches in the world are increasingly being adorned with doors made by an artisan in the southern province of Hatay, an early center of Christianity
Developments in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon are so deeply intertwined that we might start speaking about these countries in similar terms as we talk about Af-Pak.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday Israel was doing all that was "necessary" to ensure its security, following reports of an air raid against Hezbollah targets on the Syrian-Lebanese border.
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
This is the second time I have visited this impressive gem of South East Asia. It is, as ever, hot, humid and green.
A twin suicide bombing hit the Hezbollah-controlled southern suburbs of Beirut during the morning rush hour, killing at least four people and wounding 70
Bombs exploded in predominantly Shi'ite Muslim districts of the Iraqi capital and in the southern city of Hilla on Tuesday, killing at least 49 people
Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr slammed Iraq's government as corrupt and its leader as a 'tyrant' days after announcing his exit from politics
International mediator Lakhdar Brahimi apologised to the Syrian people for the lack of progress at peace talks in Geneva
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
“… [D]ictatorships… That is, you have ruling gangster families on top who use their monopoly of violence to kill/imprison anyone who question their business plan.