Türkiye election 2023: Voters go to the polls on sunday
The countdown has begun for Türkiye's election excitement. More than 60 million voters will vote Sunday in one of the most critical elections in Türkiye's history. Three candidates will compete for the Presidency in the elections to be held on Sunday.
Death law approved in Israel
In Israel, which has been oppressing the Palestinian people for many years, a decision that will be talked about a lot has been signed. The Ministerial Committee for Legislation in the country has approved the bill introducing the death penalty for 'terrorist criminals'. The bill in question will not cover terrorist attacks against Palestinians.
Nigeria to go to the polls
The people of Nigeria will go to the polls to choose the new president on Saturday. There are two important candidates in the polls and their competition is strong.
Iran sanctions against EU and UK
In Iran, the UK and EU countries announced that they had decided to impose sanctions on the grounds of supporting terrorism and terrorist groups, interfering in Iran's internal affairs, and spreading false information about Iran. The names on the list drew attention.
US agrees to extradite former Peruvian President
The United States has agreed to extradite former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo at the request of US State Department officials on corruption charges. Toleda is accused of taking bribes worth more than $30 million. He is facing a 20-year prison sentence.
The US is fueling the war in Ukraine: China
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said China will sell heavy weapons to Russia to fuel the Ukraine war. These allegations were quick to respond in China. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Vinbin stated that the biggest source of weapons in the war is the USA and said, "Does it fit their conscience to watch defense industry companies fill their pockets while they say they want to bring peace to the world?" said.
$ 5.5 billion support from Japan to Ukraine
A huge monetary support decision came from Japan to Ukraine, where Russia continues its attacks. The Japanese government has announced that it will provide $5.5 billion in aid.
Important statements from Putin
With only a few days left until the end of the year of the Russia-Ukraine war, eyes were turned to Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual speech at the Federal Assembly, his country's parliament. Putin evaluates the situation in Ukraine and international developments.
China seeks role in Ukraine peace deal
The Chinese foreign minister denied the accusations. He said they wanted to take a constructive role in the Ukraine war.
US President Joe Biden travels to Poland
US President Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Ukraine to show his solidarity with the Ukrainian people during the first year of the war. Following this visit, he went to Poland to meet with NATO allies to discuss strengthening support with Ukraine.
Israeli parliament approves judicial law
Israeli parliament went to the polls on Monday to overhaul the controversial judicial law that has divided the country in two. The law was approved at first reading. Protests continue in Israel.
US President Joe Biden in Ukraine
US President Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Kyiv on Monday. The reason for the visit was explained as showing that USA is in solidarity with Ukraine as it is the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine.
'Membership is in Türkiye's hands'
Efforts of Finland, which had a veto on NATO membership due to Türkiye's support to terrorism, continue. Finnish President Sauli Niinisto said his country's membership was "in Türkiye's hands".
German Chancellor warns of prolonged war in Ukraine
The Ukrainian war was on the agenda at the Munich Security Conference this year, to which Moscow was not invited. Speaking at the conference, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz gave the signals of a protracted war in Ukraine.
German Chancellor visits the USA
US President Joe Biden is preparing to host German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at the White House. The meeting between the two presidents will take place on March 3.
Israelis protest new judicial reforms
Israel announced its plans last month. After the announcement, tens of thousands of Israelis protested the decisions. Controversial judicial reform plans that have divided the country are being protested in front of parliament.
Cyprus’s new president announced
Former Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides was elected as Cyprus' next president on Sunday. New president received 51.92 percent of the vote, while his opponent, supported by the leftist party AKEL, remained at 48.09 percent.
Iranian President to depart for Beijing
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi will head a group that travels to Beijing at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart to discuss political-economic issues.