Weakened Syrian rebels are making their last desperate stand in Homs, as forces loyal to President Bashar Assad launch their harshest assault yet to expel them from the central city
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Easter April 20 visited the ancient Christian town of Maalula, which his troops recently recaptured from rebels,
Category: ÖZGÜR KORKMAZ
As the government continues its efforts to find a peaceful solution to the Kurdish problem, Islamists made their move by announcing a 'Democratic Islam Conference' in Diyarbakır
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
One would have hoped that time would have helped Iraq’s young democracy to mature
Kurds in northern Iraq and Syria have been divided by a 17-kilometer trench which was dug by the Kurdistan Regional Government
Iraq has closed Abu Ghraib prison, made infamous by Saddam Hussein's regime and US forces, due to security concerns following a mass breakout last year
Israel described as 'unacceptable' on April 14 remarks by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry suggesting cautious openness to negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran
Israel is holding secret talks with some Arab states that do not recognise it, looking to establish diplomatic ties based on a common fear of Iran
A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle at a checkpoint in northern Iraq on Sunday, killing seven police
Car bombs hit several mostly Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad and a town south of the Iraqi capital on Wednesday, killing at least 24 people and wounding dozens, officials said
Category: VERDA ÖZER
Last week I was in Yayladağı, a district of Hatay in southern Turkey, right on the Turkey-Syria border.
Attacks in Iraq left 15 people dead Tuesday while security forces said they killed 25 militants near Baghdad
Iraqi soldiers killed more than 40 militants in clashes near Baghdad on Thursday as anti-government fighters edged close to the capital just weeks before national parliamentary elections.
Attacks in Sunni-majority areas of Iraq killed nine people Sunday, exactly a month ahead of parliamentary polls
It is religiously permissible for a woman whose husband is sentenced to one or more years in prison to apply for a divorce
Militants seized a village in north Iraq on Friday as attacks nationwide killed 27 people, including at least 10 policemen, amid a surge in bloodshed ahead of parliamentary elections.
Turkey has warned against provocations that could cause further tensions in Crimea following the killing Reshat Ametov, whose murder has sparked anger and fear amon Tatars
Syrian regime forces seized famed Crusader fort Krak des Chevaliers on Thursday, killing dozens of rebels in the surrounding area and sending scores fleeing across the nearby Lebanese border.
Category: NURAY MERT
Sometimes, history seems as if it is all just a constant repetition of mistakes, based on human weaknesses.
Turkey said on Monday that it does not recognise the result of the referendum in Crimea in which voters chose to join Russia, amid fears for the future of Turkish-speaking Tatars in the region.
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