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Security at the site of the deadly terrorist attack in Reyhanlı remained lax hours after the event, while officials have confessed to incompetence and negligence.
Officials failed to secure Reyhanlı bombing site after blasts
Let us remember first. The first commitment of U.S. President Barack Obama that he would host...
Erdoğan’s Obama visit; a give and take story
Last week, I wrote in this column that under the “Islamist” AKP, Turkey is “moving in the right direction”...
Media freedom in Turkey: The fairest take
Syria was the main issue during an 'exceptional' working dinner at the White House between US President Obama and Turkish PM Erdoğan.
Syria scrutinized over three hour working dinner at the White House
Main opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has said he would be 'glad' to square accounts with PM Erdoğan in court, as the trial might shed light on the Uludere massacre.
Main opposition leader 'glad' Turkish PM wants to sue him over al-Assad comparison
Turkish PM Erdoğan visited Silicon Valley in San Francisco for a tour of big technology companies such as Microsoft, Apple and Google.
Turkish PM visits Silicon Valley
A demonstration plane crashed in the southern province of Adana today, leaving its pilot...
Plane crashes during air show in southern Turkey, killing pilot
Syrian troops launched an offensive to recapture the rebel-held central town...
Syria army launches assault on rebel-held Qusayr: NGO
Israel is "acting" to prevent Syrian weapons reaching Lebanon's Hezbollah...
Netanyahu takes aim at weapons "leakage" in Syria
The Turkish print and visual media haven’t stood against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said.
Turkish media has not stood up enough against Bashar al-Assad: PM Erdoğan
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