Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
“Foreigners” are unable to solve the problems of the Middle East as Western states “don’t even like us” but are more interested in just following the cash, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Nov. 27.
Danilo Vucetic says a speedy probe into the killing of Serbian Red Star fan would be significant for normalizing relations between Serbia and Turkey
The ban on reporting about the Parliament’s corruption inquiry commission is a good example of 'free expression under a shadow,' according to PEN Norway
A parliamentary commission on graft allegations against former cabinet members has not worked on ‘sound ground’ so far as many details have been withheld, says the HDP
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has chaired a meeting of the Supreme Military Board (YAŞ) for the first time as prime minister
Yet another new political party, the Electronic Democracy Party, or “e-Party,” has launched in Turkey, months ahead of the parliamentary elections scheduled for June 2015.
Pope Francis is coming to Turkey with the alliance of civilizations topping his agenda amid ongoing turmoil in the Middle East and the rise of racism across the world. The cleric’s visit that will help
him to reach out to Muslims will also contribute to strengthening ties with the Orthodox Church
The income collected by the sale of clothes will be donated to transgender people in need
Activists criticized the Justice Ministry for remaining silent in cases of violence and abuse against children in prisons
A government-led reform package adopted by Parliament in March 2014 prohibited discrimination and hate crimes, but not on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity
Cengiz Construction’s dreams of extracting copper in the eastern Black Sea has been halted by the law, just days after acourt crushed Kolin's hopes of building a coal plant on an olive plantation
Istanbul Municipality has again included a controversial construction project on the site of Gezi Park
An Istanbul public prosecutor’s office has demanded permission from a district governor’s office for an investigation into officials from the Zeytinburnu Municipality
A former professor at Ege University in İzmir will enter jail on Nov. 27 to serve his two-year sentence for preventing a female student with a headscarf from entering the faculty building
Bad weather conditions have hit a number of provinces across Turkey, with many roads blocked by heavy snowfall
It hardly seems the gateway to a new life of safety and prosperity: An office tucked away in a grey apartment block in Istanbul. Yet every day, dozens of Iraqi Catholics queue here, hoping it will open the door to a new life free of fear.
25-year-old Ivkovic was killed during a Euroleague game between Galatasaray and Red Star in Istanbul
An expert preparing a report prior to an investigation into the killing of Ali İsmail Korkmaz is facing three years in prison for deleting video footage that showed the beating perpetrated by plainclothes police
The triggerman who shot dead Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink almost eight years ago has finally decided to 'speak up' about the murder, according to a news report
Turkish President Erdoğan has once again loudly announced his refusal to recognize the 'legitimacy' of Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
Turkey remains committed to normalizing its relations with Armenia, FM Çavuşoğlu has stated ahead of the 100th anniversary of the mass massacres of Anatolian Armenians, which many countries recognize as genocide
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has proposed a yet-to-be-founded private company continues oil and gas drilling activities in the Mediterranean until a resolution can be found for the decades-long Cyprus issue.
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