Famous Turkish actor Kenan Imirzalioglu will attend film opening in Bosnian capital.
Turkish FM Ahmet Davutoglu and UN chief Ban Ki-Moon held a phone conversation about the Cyprus issue and developments in Ukraine and Syria.
Turkey's economy minister said a trade that 'gets beyond borders' is possible with Kazakhstan.
Mashaal called Erdogan and informed him about the deal with Fatah, according to the Turkish Prime Ministry.
Turkey's role as an energy hub has become a focal point after Ukraine hit a political crisis, the Global Resources Corporation chief said.
The biggest factor driving the U.S. rebound, according to BCG: cheap natural gas prices, which have tumbled 50 percent over the last decade as a result of the shale gas revolution.
Iranians rushed to the pumps to fill their cars before the price surge, but there were no immediate reports of unrest, unlike in 2007
The case has been closely watched due to the potentially high damages award and the opportunity to peek into the world of Silicon Valley's elite.
The currency move was part of wider actions by Russian banks to repatriate funds to Russia, lowering their exposure to the risks of possible wider Western sanctions
Peace talks between the FARC guerrillas and Colombia government enter 24th round but rumors of military force reductions take the focus off the established agenda.
A senior official admits there’s a problem even after Argentina’s president downplays the concerns.
As a conference on global Internet governance concludes in Sao Paulo, President Dilma Rousseff is praised for Brazil's new Internet bill and says the government will not insist on Internet companies having data centers in the country.
The winner of the race will inherit a strong but slowing growth rate in the country and will oversee the completion of a multibillion-dollar expansion of the Panama Canal
On Wednesday, Hamas and Fatah signed an agreement that aims to end years of division between the two factions.
The Turkish President was listed in the leaders category alongside U.S. President Barack Obama, Chinese President Xi Jinping, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani among others by Time Magazine.
Two mortar shells dropped on Turkish land close to the Syrian border.
The Fallujah dam was recently seized by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) group, which took control of large swathes of the city last December.
This basically means the brain's 'muscles' are stronger and their brains are better able to function in spite of injury, say U.S researchers
Most of the U.S. measles cases are linked to unvaccinated travelers from abroad, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.
Two former U.S. soldiers testified at the pre-trial hearing of a one-time comrade charged with killing two unarmed Iraqi boys
U.S. officials have grown increasingly impatient with what they describe as Russia's failure to live up to its commitments in an April 17 agreement reached in Geneva to try to de-escalate the crisis
Hamid Babaei, spokesman for Iran's U.N. mission in New York, vehemently rejected U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power's remarks
Internet companies fear government intervention could harm their business in fast-growing markets such as Brazil
There are many actions the international community can take to prevent or stop genocide but many of these are difficult, controversial or costly
An Indonesian air force spokesman said all passengers were unharmed and being taken off the aircraft at Denpasar, in Bali.
Dressed all in white, he was flanked by his top aide, Amit Shah, who was briefly banned from campaigning over inflammatory comments against Muslims he made this month
Hamid Mir issues his first statement days after being shot six times by assailants in Karachi.
Fears mount that the country's lengthy political crisis could move into a more violent phase.
Obama and Abe had ordered their top aides to make a final push to reach a trade agreement after the leaders met
The pictures, flowers and spaces are banked up the entire wall of a gymnasium near Danwon High School in Ansan, on the outskirts of Seoul.
Zhang Zhiru's brief detention underscores nervousness among officials about the strike, which began on April 14 at a Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd shoe manufacturing complex that employs some 40,000 workers
Two weeks of scouring the Indian Ocean floor with a U.S. Navy submersible drone had turned up no wreckage.
Pacific nation that was site of 67 nuclear tests between 1946 and 1958 accuses states of 'flagrant denial of human justice'
A record 7210 police cadets joined Kenya's nearly 35,000 police force in April.
"Both Muslims and Christians are being killed. Boko Haram doesn't discriminate against any person," Theodor Orji, governor of the southern Abia state, said
Abdel Aziz came to power in an army coup in 2008, won an election the next year and is a Western ally
In a sign of further delays to restart vital oil exports from the volatile east, rebels said the Tripoli government had failed to fulfil its part of the accord reached this month.
Kiir had accused the four detainees - a former ruling party official, national security minister, deputy finance minister and ambassador to Washington - of fomenting a coup
Congress will need to approve the move before it goes through.
History plays a big part, especially in eastern Germany where criticism of NATO is harsher and where feelings are stronger that the West must reach an understanding with Russia.
Interior minister Avakov dismissed talk that Kiev suspended its "anti-terrorist operation" (ATO) in the face of threats from Moscow
Interfax news agency quoted witnesses as saying a bomb was thrown at the checkpoint from a passing car, though this was not confirmed by police
The two core EU nations' top diplomats affirmed plans to speed up the signing of a deal to boost trade and political ties