Tourism leaders to meet Wednesday in Mersin
Nabi Avci, Abulfas Garayev attend Multicultural Society and Tourism Conference in Baku
Just days after President Erdogan's meeting with Rothschild and Jewish leaders in New York, Moody's had downgraded Turkey's rating which has now bounced back
Current conditions may ‘commit Earth to an eventual total warming of 5 degrees Celsius’ in few thousand years, author says
FARC, government end 52-year conflict
Iraqi authorities blame the violence on the ISIL extremist group
Ammunition depot and shelters in Qandil Mountains hit, 'several terrorists killed', according to military source
ISIL labs in Iraq, Syria making mustard sulfur loaded bombs, Pentagon says
Mevlut Cavusoglu reminds US of pledge to push back armed wing of PYD/PKK to east of Euphrates
If the pro-FETÖ coup had succeeded in Turkey, the Formula One Circuit in Istanbul would have been used as a mass prison, according to new information acquired by intelligence units
No group has yet claimed responsibility for Tuesday’s attack
"The sunken boat was pulled out half an hour ago,", Wahdan al-Sayed, spokesman for Beheira province in northern Egypt said.
Regime and Russian airstrikes killed more than 400 people, injured hundreds in Aleppo since Sept. 19
Aleppo residents have told the Middle East Eye news service that Russian 'bunker buster' bombs are making ground shake like an earthquake
Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik attends opening ceremony of International Defense Industry Fair in Baku
Energy Minister Albayrak warns of aging Metsamor nuclear power plant near Turkish border at IAEA conference
More than 86 percent vote in favor of increasing presidential term
Out of 87 National Intelligence Organization personnel dismissed, 52 to face criminal complaints
Antony Blinken pays tribute to 'those who stood up [for] Turkish democracy and stood against the coup'
Operation launched in 18 provinces to nab members of 'Kimse Yok Mu' relief organization
Ankara demands investigation on whereabouts of former prosecutors Zekeriya Oz and Celal Kara
The Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina has summoned RS President Milorad Dodik for the banned referendum on Sunday
No-one was injured in the blasts late Monday in a city which has become a hotspot for far-right protests amid Germany's huge migrant influx.
Asked if Britain could veto the plans while it still remains a member of the European Union ahead of Brexit, Fallon said: "There is no majority here for a EU army."
THE Italian government today announced the controversial referendum on constitutional reform which could shape the future of the EU is set for December 4.
A former Romanian ex-minister will step down from parliament after being involved in a number of scandals, including the death of a police motorcyclist
Danish nationalist party leader encourages 'asylum spray' as self-defense against refugees
Blast at mine in northwest Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region believed to have been caused by gas
Around 600 petitioners gather to file complaints against steel manufacturer blamed for this year’s massive fish kill
More than 1.3 homes experience power outages after Typhoon Megi makes landfall
The petition calls for the kingdom's women to be treated "as a full citizen, and decide an age where she will be an adult and will be responsible for her own acts," said campaigner Aziza Al-Yousef.
Tensions between the longtime rivals have spiked over a recent attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir that New Delhi has blamed on Pakistan-based militants.
South Korea welcomes US blacklisting Chinese business for backing North's ‘development of weapons of mass destruction’
Says will open Philippines to trade, commerce with China, Russia while heading toward ‘point of no return’ in ties with US
A Chinese court handed down a three-year suspended jail sentence for a prominent labour activist while two other defendants were given 18-month suspended sentences, a lawyer and rights group said.
Grand Mufti Othman Battikh on Monday called on Tunisians to "dedicate all their efforts to working and studying" and to "abandon untimely protests and sit-ins hindering work and production".
Ismael Mohammed Shosi was suspected of killing National Intelligence Service officer in Mombasa in July 2015
Last month, the Tobruk-based parliament refused to give confidence to the UN-backed unity government
Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi ordered and participated in destruction of ancient mausoleums in Timbuktu, court says
16 security personnel, 14 militiamen and 6 civilians have been killed so far in clashes
The White House hopefuls sparred over temperament, judgment, trade, terrorism and other issues in a televised match-up Monday night that seemed to have gone in favor of the Democrat Clinton.
Latino, Muslim voters share their thoughts on first presidential debate
Clinton, Trump trade barbs in first presidential debate