World Bulletin / News Desk
Syrian people went to polls on Sunday in Gaziantep, a Turkish city near Syrian border, to elect 29 provincial council members for the opposition-held Syrian province of Aleppo.
The first free Syrian elections for opposition-held regions in Syria was held in Gaziantep due to security reason. There were 247 Syrians who cast their votes in the elections.
Mouaz al-Khatib, the chief of the Syrian National Coalition, visited the polling station in Gaziantep.
Incident in Hakkari province leaves another police officer, four soldiers injured
Personnel escorting CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu come under fire in northeastern Turkey; 3 wounded, 2 critically
The openings of bridges across the Bosphorus -- the first in 1973 and the second in 1988 -- have been landmark dates in the modern history of Istanbul.
Secretary of State John Kerry tells Turkey extremist groups has begun withdrawal to east of river
Health minister said that Turkish military’s Operation Euphrates Shield in Syria has been 'very successful'
Nearly 300 young Muslims from 56 countries gather in Turkey and back the country's democracy
'Our NATO allies in Turkey have made valuable contributions to the counter-ISIL campaign,' White House says
A delegation from the US has ended their two day talks saying talks were positive
General assembly of Turkish Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors convenes in Ankara in wake of July 15 coup bid
Main opposition Republican People's Party urges government to fight against ISIL inside and outside Turkey
PKK extremists detonate roadside bomb during army operation in Bingol, source says
US Vice President will visit Turkey today to hold crucial talks in order to smooth over the failure of the US governments response to the failed Turkish coup
The two leaders discuss regional developments, the fight against terror, and closure of FETO schools
FETÖ terrorists revealed names of informants on the PKK, DHKP-C and ISIL to terror groups
Ankara, Istanbul military bases to be transferred to outskirt of cities by Sept. 11.