PM Yildirim urges people to vote 'Yes' in referendum Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has urged people to vote in favor of changing Turkey’s constitution in the upcoming April 16 referendum.
Malcolm X remembered as voice of segregated blacks Malcolm X was a reaction to the white power of his time, said Koffi Kouakou, a seasoned South African academic marking the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of the towering U.S. civil rights leader.
Political equality a must for Cyprus solution A solution on Cyprus can only be achieved with the political equality of the Greek and Turkish sides within a federal state framework, Turkey’s foreign minister said Tuesday.
Vote 'Yes' for Turkish Republic, says opposition leader The leader of the opposition party supporting the government’s campaign for a presidential system on Tuesday said a Yes vote was a vote for “Turkishness”.
Condolences pour in for Russia's UN envoy Churkin UN chief Antonio Guterres offered condolences to Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN Vitaly Ivanovich Churkin, who died Monday in New York.
Azerbaijani president appoints wife as vice president President Ilham Aliyev appointed his wife Mehriban Aliyeva as the country’s first vice president Tuesday, according to an official statement from the presidency.
Analysts forecast further Turkish lira appreciation After suffering sharp losses since the coup bid of July 2016 the Turkish lira has become the best performing emerging-market currency against U.S. dollar in the last three weeks, data revealed on Tuesday.
4 Rohingya found dead in Myanmar's Rakhine state The government of Myanmar said on Tuesday that four Rohingya villagers were found dead in a conflict-torn area of country’s western Rakhine state.
US actress 'racially profiled' due to headscarf U.S. actress Lindsay Lohan was “racially profiled” because she was wearing a headscarf at a London airport, she told British morning TV show on Tuesday.
Referendum to pave way for 'rebirth of Turkey', said President Erdogan The upcoming constitutional referendum on April 16 “will be a rebirth” of Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday.
Killer regime shelling kills 17 in eastern Damascus At least 17 people were killed and scores injured in regime shelling in eastern Damascus late Saturday, according to local sources.
Iranian FM in Munich proposes regional dialogue forum Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has proposed a regional dialogue forum for the Middle East as a means to reach a security agreement and address tensions.
Europe 'slow to react' to Turkey coup bid: UK minister The July 15 defeated coup from last year was a “deep traumatic experience” for Turkey that “Europe was very slow to appreciate,” British Minister Sir Alan Duncan has said.
Islam is not source of terrorism, says Germany's Merkel Islam is not the source of terrorism, and Islamic scholars and Muslim countries should speak up against fundamentalists to make this clear to the world, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said.
Ex-CIA chief labels PYD as ‘cousin’ of terrorist PKK Former CIA chief David Petraeus has labeled PYD group in Syria as the “cousin” of the terrorist PKK organization.
Turkey, Russia, Iran to supervise Syrian cease-fire Turkey, Russia and Iran on Thursday agreed to set up a joint commission to supervise the Syria truce.
'Turkey as safe as US', said PM Yildirim Turkey is “as safe as the United States,” Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told a tourism conference on Thursday.
More than 70 killed in Pakistan suicide attack At least 75 people, including women and children, were killed and 250 injured in a suicide blast inside a famous shrine in Pakistan’s southwestern Sindh province on Thursday, a senior police official said.
Daesh car bomb attack kills at least 52 in Iraqi capital Baghdad A car packed with explosives blew up on Thursday in southern Baghdad, killing at least 52 people and wounding about 30, security and medical sources said.
European Parliament backs new Schengen border checks The European Parliament has approved on Thursday a regulation which amends the Schengen Borders Code (SBC) in a bid to reinforce security and crack on the “foreign fighters” phenomenon at EU external borders.
'Daesh-held Al-Bab completely surrounded', said Turkish minister Turkish soldiers and Turkish-backed Syrian rebels have completely surrounded the Daesh-held town of Al-Bab, Ankara’s defense minister said Thursday.
Riots over 'police violence' peter out in France Riots that have hit the suburbs of France over the last 12 days in protest at the alleged rape of a young black man by police have declined, Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux said Thursday.
President Erdogan caps Gulf tour with umrah pilgrimage Preesident Recep Tayyip Erdogan performed umrah, the non-mandatory lesser pilgrimage made by Muslims to Mecca, in Saudi Arabia late Wednesday after the conclusion of a five-day tour of the Gulf that also took him to Bahrain and Qatar.
Trailer of Turkish TV series starring Angelina Jolie, Cristiano Ronaldo shot Shooting for the trailer of a new Turkish series called "Hayat Köprüsü" (Bridge of Life), which will feature international stars like actress Angelina Jolie and football player Cristiano Ronaldo, wrapped up in Turkey's southern Gaziantep province.
NATO continues to provoke Russia, Putin says Russian President Vladimir Putin is calling for a new level of cooperation with Western intelligence agencies in order to fight terrorism.
Turkish military conducts exercises at -25 degrees Celsius The Turkish military released on Thursday the images and video footage of the ongoing Winter 2017 military drills that are being held from February 14-16 in the northeastern province of Kars at temperatures reaching minus 25 degrees Celsius (-13 degrees Fahrenheit).
Anatolia’s biggest caravanserai to be restored Restoration work for Anatolia's biggest caravanserai, called "Sultan Han," will start in March in the town of Sultanhanı in Turkey's central Aksaray province. The caravanserai was built eight centuries ago by the Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Kayqubad to provide shelter and protection to travelers on the Silk Road.
President Erdogan's Gulf visit widely covered This week’s visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the Gulf region was widely covered by local media.
Trump asks Netanyahu to 'hold back' on settlements President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked his Israeli counterpart to "hold back on" building Jewish-only settlements on occupied Palestinian land in order to allow peace talks to advance.
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