Binali Yildirim to meet Russian counterpart and president during his two-day visit
The Central Electoral Commission said around 88 percent of the 20 million-plus electorate voted in a ballot that ended at 1500 GMT on Sunday.
While American black people were still being treated as slaves or worse, Ottoman Muslim Air Forces member Ahmet Ali Efendi was the first black pilot of the world. He participated in a lot of air missions.
Native New Yorker, son told to 'go back to your country'
President Erdogan says manufacturing more advanced satellites than Gokturk 1 is Turkey's next target
Binali Yildirim calls on Turkish women to start movement of conscience for women in Syria
Suspects charged with having links to last week's deadly dormitory fire
‘Terrorists on run; dozens surrender,’ pro-government forces declare
In October the government notified the United Nations that it would leave the ICC, dealing a major blow to the troubled institution that was set up to try the world's worst crimes.
Medics launch action over 2013 deal with government on pay, conditions
Sirte, on Libya's Mediterranean coast, was the last significant IS-held territory in the north African country.
Puntland forces backed by Somali National Army retake control of strategic coastal town from ISIL
Liverpool and Everton fans team up with England's oldest mosque to help city food banks
President Erdoğan's call to switch to the local currency to tackle the increase in value of foreign currencies, received a vast response among Turkish people
The bill has severely tested Netanyahu's coalition, seen as the most right-wing in Israeli history. A previous version was given preliminary approval last month.
Army’s newly-released promotional video encourages tourists to visit biblical sites in Israeli-occupied West Bank
Pilot ejects safely, Russian Defense Ministry confirms
7-year-old Bana Alabed had tweeted about persistent attacks on eastern Aleppo by Assad regime and ally Russia
The army statement did not specify the location of the accident, which happened as the jet took off.
There was no claim of responsibility for the attack
KRG described the PYD attack as “an assault on the Kurdish people”
The Iranian government would receive millions financially from the German company ThyssenKrupp sells submarines and boats to Israel, a that Netanyahu insisted on buying from
The army seized the Qadi Askar neighbourhood after earlier capturing the Karm al-Myessar, Karm al-Qatarji and Karm al-Tahan neighbourhoods, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
'Civil March For Aleppo’ initiative aims to stop bombings, provide humanitarian aid to Syrians
Assad regime attacks left 78 others injured in opposition-controlled areas of Aleppo and Idlib, a local source says
Love, tolerance, peace: Amazon scores with an interfaith ad showcasing true brotherhood and spreading a touching message of unity
European stock markets are also set for a weak start, with Italy underperforming as investors brace for turbulence and political crisis in the euro zone's heavily indebted third-largest economy.
The euro tumbled on Monday after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign as he conceded defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution
Omer Celik uses EU-Turkey meeting in Ankara to condemn European Parliament's call to freeze Turkish membership talks
Regional problems require regional cooperation and solidarity, says Mevlut Cavusoglu at meeting in India
The President-elect broke decades of foreign policy protocol by speaking with the Taiwan president last week
Trump will have "a very full slate of meetings" on Monday as he looks to finalise key cabinet positions, senior aide Kellyanne Conway said Sunday.
How to fight a pipeline: On Sunday, the US Army Corps of Engineers said it would not grant a necessary permit to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross the Missouri River — putting the controversial project on hold.
Israel's leaders must choose between settlements and two-state solution but 'tipping point' not yet crossed, Kerry says
Trump top aide Kellyanne Conway said "a very full slate of meetings" was set to begin Monday to fill the remaining cabinet positions, including post of top US diplomat.
French Socialist PM Manuel Valls announces he is standing in next year's presidential election
The Sweden Democrats (SD) have been trying to distance themselves from some of their most radical elements in order broaden their electoral base.
DHKP-C figure Fehriye Erdal, at large since absconding from house arrest in 2006, will be sentenced for triple murder
Turkey is 'important for Europe in addressing different kinds of challenges and security threats', says Stoltenberg
Former FIFA president remains banned from taking part in any football-related activity for 6 years
Greek Appeals Court decides against extradition of 3 alleged Turkish coup plotters seeking asylum
For the first time ever, all 11 Supreme Court judges convened to hear a government challenge against a ruling that Prime Minister Theresa May must seek approval for starting the Brexit process.
Eurogroup has no intention of taking immediate measures following Italian vote, says Jeroen Dijsselbloem
"His role in the development of Russian-Italian relations, even in the hard times in the past few years, is difficult to overestimate," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's crushing defeat in a constitutional reform referendum cost him his job. What went wrong?
Far-right candidate Norbert Hofer congratulates independent rival Alexander Van der Bellen over Sunday's polls victory
Instead of sticking to its agreement with Turkey which was to avoid refugee killings, the EP is to spend 6 billion euros to increase security to prevent refugees attempting to sneak into Europe
"We are watching the result in Italy with concern," Steinmeier, who is visiting Greece, told Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in televised remarks.
A 23-year-old suspect, who was armed with a shotgun, already had a record of violent crime according to police
The prime minister's office announced only that he would make a statement at 6:30 pm (1730 GMT) from his political base in Evry, south of Paris.
Panfilov’s 28 tells the story of a Russian division who fought to the death to defend Moscow, but some are questioning the accuracy of the story
A government-commissioned review into British social integration found ethnic segregation is growing in some places with Dame Louise Casey slamming the failures of past administration
Russia had proposed a renewable truce of only 24 hours, and for militant groups such as the Al-Nusra Front to be excluded.
For the first time ever, all 11 Supreme Court judges will convene for the four-day hearing which threatens to upset May's timetable for leaving the European Union.
Matteo Renzi takes full responsibility ‘clear defeat’
Given urgency of situation in Rakhine State interim report to be submitted prior to main report due within a year
The announcement, which came a day after she vowed to quit Duterte's cabinet, makes her the highest-ranking official to publicly voice such firm dissent to the president's hardline law-and-order platform.
The trip comes at the time of a political transition in the United States and as deadly conflicts rage in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.
Abe to become 1st Japanese leader to visit site of deadly attack by country’s imperial forces that led to US joining WWII
Pakistan and Turkey consult each other very frequently, and Turkey's enemy is ours, says Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif
Keppetipola Disawe, a local leader, and his men were declared traitors over the 1817 rebellion against British rule.
Rebel groups reach out after army brings major town under control
Plane lost contact with control tower Saturday with 13 people on board
Blaze starts in kitchen of Regent Plaza in Karachi, official says
Scandal-hit President Park Geun-hye could drag South Korea’s conservative camp down with her
John Key says he cannot 'commit much longer than the next election'.