A member of the EU's delegation to Turkey urges civil society groups in both countries to engage more.
Some 45,000 civil servants employed by Hamas movement have stopped receiving their salaries soon after a national unity government was formed in June following a reconciliation deal
Secretary General of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said such restrictions would not make sense.
According to the Haaretz, EU ambassador to Israel Lars Faaborg-Andersen is set to relay the message to Israel in the few coming days.
Turkey's EU Minister Bozkir expects EU to reject Greek Cypriots' complaint aimed at halting Turkey’s EU membership
Qatari trust will cooperate with Turkey's leading aid agencies AFAD and TIKA in different education projects for Syrian children sheltering in Turkey
The victim is said to be a member of Islamist Kurdish Free Cause Party
A new bill giving more powers to law enforcement agencies to prevent crimes in Turkey is extensively covered by the Turkish dailies Wednesday
Clocks to be switched back by one hour at 4:00 a.m., which will then become 3 a.m. on October 26
The jailed Kurdish separatist leader said on Tuesday the peace process with the Turkish government had entered a new phase since Oct. 15 and he was upbeat over the chances of success.
Party leaders were skeptical about efforts to support the peshmerga fighting in the Syrian city
Vatican unveils schedule for Pontiff's visit to Ankara and Istanbul as conflict grips the region
Turkish Prime Minister says Turkey plans to build third nuclear power plant as a national project
Device can be used in the field without special equipment, according to developers
Greek Cypriot leader will submit a formal complaint against Turkey to EU leaders next week aimed at halting Turkey’s EU membership.
The 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) bloc said they would advance structural reforms to unleash new sources of growth.
Ukraine needs to pay its previous debt to Russia by the end of the year and pay in advance for getting new volumes of natural gas
Ghani will travel to China from Oct. 28-31, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said during a regular press briefing.
Former PM Serik Akhmetov resigns as defense chief amid claims of interference in corruption case
The White House said that detained American tourist Jeffrey Fowle had been released from North Korea and was on his way home to be with his family.
Widodo had originally planned to announce his cabinet of 33 ministers on Tuesday, said his team would be made up of 18 technocrats and 15 political appointees.
Protesters were unhappy about what they felt was a lack of substantive concessions from the government officials and they dug in their heels.
The Philippines has said it expects to get custody of Pemberton once he is formally charged in court and any trial begins.
Pyongyang admitted in 2002 to kidnapping 13 Japanese citizens and five abductees and their families later returned to Japan
Police deny that the men were tortured during interrogation and say they are being looked after well in prison
Qadri intends to extend struggle throughout country through twice weekly protests; Khan refuses to disband his sit-in
Statement did not explain when he had been replaced or when name of new spokesman would be made public.
There were no immediate reports on the number of casualties from the fighting there, but the militant advance appears to have been halted.
It's claimed that US government is planning to set up a military base on the area of Herir Military Airport, in Erbil.
It's claimed that the United States has transferred the mercenaries of Blackwater, used in the occupation of Iraq, to Kobani
Putin and Poroshenko stress that the ceasefire deal in the restive eastern regions must be fully complied with
He said that it was necessary to find a way to negotiate and said the U.S. would continue with these efforts
A spokesperson says Kobani may still fall to the ISIL despite U.S. airstrikes and arm supplies to the Kurdish militia.
Senior administration officials said that, based on discussions with the Iraqis, U.S. officials are looking at where advisers can be helpful, and whether there is more they can do in terms of training.
Anyone flying to the United States from Ebola-affected countries in West Africa must enter through one of five airports screening for the disease
Cuba is sending the largest medical contingent to West Africa from any country in the world
An Israeli military force came under fire along the Egyptian border on Wednesday, the Israeli army said without disclosing whether there were any casualties.
IGAD has been actively involved in mediating peace talks between the Juba government, headed by Kiir, and rebels led by sacked vice-president Riek Machar.
Hasi met Turkey's special envoy for Libya, Emrullah Isler, in Tripoli, Hasi's government said on its website
Tunisia is slated to hold legislative elections on October 26, to be followed by presidential polls on November 23.
African leaders gave the rebels six months in July to disarm and either be repatriated to Rwanda or transferred to a transit camp in Congo while they await resettlement in a third country.
The clashes highlight tensions in Sierra Leone over the government's attempt to bring the worst Ebola outbreak on record under control
Student protests were staged on the campuses of Alexandria, Al-Azhar, Beni Sueif, Kafr al-Sheikh, Zagazig, Fayoum, Cairo and Suez universities to protest the death of student Omar al-Sherif.
The meeting between the two officials also tackled a raft of recent death sentences handed down earlier this year against more than a thousand supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood group
The opposition accused the government of violating an earlier agreement to postpone the move until 2016
Local media reported a planned cabinet reshuffle that would affect three portfolios in Premier Ibrahim Mahlab's government.
The Houthis have remained in control of Sanaa since September 21, when they inked a deal with Yemen's presidency aimed at ending a weeks-long political standoff.
Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) Parliament will discuss Wednesday possible peshmerga troops transition to Kobani to fight against ISIL
The detainees were moved to a detention center run by the internal security agency (Shin Bet) for interrogation
Netanyahu's spokesman Ofir Gendleman described allegations about plans by the Knesset to debate a bill about dividing the holy site between Muslims and Jews as "baseless".
Iran has repeatedly cited signs of what it calls foreign plots to sabotage its nuclear programme
Ban planned to move quickly on setting up the investigation.
Khamenei spoke while receiving new Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi at his residence.
"The recent war destroyed everything in Gaza. A cold spell would portend a fresh humanitarian disaster," Saad al-Din al-Atbash, head of Gaza City's water authority said
Statement signatories include the Democratic Popular Unity Party, the Progressive Baath Party, the Socialist Baath Party, the Communist Party, the Democratic People's Party and the National Movement Party.
Ban Ki-moon says there is no hope for stability without Israel addressing the problems caused by its settlement activity.