'Turkey to discuss future in EU post-referendum', says President Erdogan President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Ankara will be at the negotiating table with the European Union to discuss its future following Turkey’s April referendum.
Red Cross seeks $3.2M for Rohingya in Bangladesh The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has appealed for over $3 million to address the most urgent humanitarian needs of tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh in recent months.
Huge drop in migrant numbers taking Aegean route The number of asylum seekers caught crossing the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece has fallen by 85 percent since a deal was signed with EU last year, according to data compiled from the Turkish Coast Guard Command Tuesday.
US scientists map star’s death by black hole NASA scientists announced Monday that for the first time they have been able to map a star’s path to destruction within a black hole.
Greek police confiscate 8 packages with explosives Authorities found eight packages with explosives Monday that were intended for European recipients, a police spokeswoman confirmed.
'Actors who use terrorists as tools are exposed', says Erdogan Their masks fallen, the actors who use terrorist organizations as tools have put themselves out into the open, Turkey’s president said Sunday.
'West dislikes Erdogan exposing their mistakes', said Presidential spokesman The West is uncomfortable with a Turkey that raises its voice under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, confronting it with its faults and exposing them to the world, the president's spokesman said Sunday.
Turkish Red Crescent boosting aid to Syria’s Al-Bab Most parts of a northern Syrian town captured from Daesh have suffered widespread destruction and the Turkish Red Crescent will provide all kinds of support to help daily life return to normal, according to the organization’s head.
Egypt suspends preacher for defending Turkey Egyptian authorities have suspended a preacher for his support for the Turkish position against the Netherlands after the latter barred Turkish ministers from meeting Turks in Rotterdam.
Iraqi Turkmen urge 'immediate' PKK exit from Sinjar Turkmen political parties and groups in the Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) declared Sunday that they want the terrorist PKK out of Sinjar "immediately."
'Germany clearly supports terrorism', says Presidential aide Turkey's Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin has "strongly" condemned German authorities for allowing terrorist PKK followers to march in the city of Frankfurt.
'Canakkale bridge opens new era for martyrs', said President Erdogan The new Canakkale 1915 Bridge in northwestern Turkey will usher in a new era for the martyrs who vanquished their enemies in Canakkale (Dardanelles) 102 years ago, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday.
10-year journalist takes Palestine’s message to world Janna Jihad, a 10-year old Palestinian girl, is counted as the youngest journalist in the world.
Germany allows PKK marches, blocks Turkish politicians German officials Saturday allowed terrorist PKK followers to march in the city of Frankfurt, in marked contrast to its recently blocking Turkish ministers and politicians from addressing Turkish voters in the country.
Turkey breaks ground on huge Canakkale 1915 Bridge Turkey Saturday ground broke on the Canakkale 1915 Bridge, marking the 102nd anniversary of the Ottoman naval victory over invading Allied powers in World War I.
Yellow fever kills at least 137 people in Brazil At least 137 people have died of yellow fever in the country amid the largest outbreak Brazil has seen since 2000, according to officials.
President Erdogan lashes out at EU court’s headscarf ban ruling President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday slammed the EU Court of Justice’s decision to uphold a headscarf ban at workplaces by employers, calling the ruling violations of freedom of religion and faith.
In first election, Turkish-Dutch party makes a splash Despite the diplomatic row between Ankara and Amsterdam, Wednesday brought good news to a new Turkish-Dutch political party: in its first-ever election, it won three seats in the Netherlands’ parliament.
FM Cavusoglu shrugs off Dutch election results There is no difference between the social democrat and fascist parties in the Netherlands, said Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu Thursday, one day after Dutch polls saw the ruling center-right party hold off an extreme-right challenge and secure an apparent third term.
Crimea slips into 'frozen conflict' after annexation Turkey can play a historic role by arbitrating between Moscow and Kiev over the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea, analysts have told Anadolu Agency.
Russian mine-clearing team arrives in Syria's Palmyra A demining team from Moscow arrived in Syria's Palymira to help clear the historical city of mines, the Russian Defense Ministry said Thursday.
Myanmar urged to train troops further on human rights A commission tasked with resolving tensions in Myanmar’s troubled Rakhine State has recommended urgent training for security forces to enhance respect of human rights.
'Relations with Turkey returning to normal', says Putin Relations with Turkey are "confidently" returning to "normal", Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
British Queen grants royal assent to Brexit bill Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday gave her royal assent to a bill that authorizes Prime Minister Theresa May to officially start Britain’s exit from the EU.
8 injured in southern France school shooting At least eight people were injured when a gunman opened fire at a high school in the southern French town of Grasse, a spokesman for the country’s Interior Ministry said on Thursday.
'German, Dutch people are friends of Turkey', said PM Yildirim Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has said it is "not the people of Germany and Netherlands" but some European state officials and politicians who are enemies of Turkey.
President Erdogan cites Srebrenica genocide in Netherlands attack In a further escalation of the row between Turkey and Europe over political campaigning, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday accused the Netherlands of complicity in the Srebrenica genocide.
Dutch police 'permitted to shoot', Rotterdam mayor says Dutch police involved in preventing a Turkish minister from entering Turkey’s consulate in Rotterdam were authorized to shoot, the city's mayor said Tuesday.
Turkey blasts EU remarks for failing to address crisis Turkey's Foreign Ministry Tuesday slammed top EU officials’ "short-sighted" statements on the crisis over EU countries’ recent blockade of Turkish government ministers.
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