World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that 300 people could get the death penalty in Bangladesh on Friday.
Erdogan called on Bangladeshi people to carry on the political struggle.
"May God give the Bangladeshi people strength."
Erdogan phoned Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on the death sentence given to Abdul Quader Mollah of Jamaat-e Islami party and asked Hasina to prevent the execution on Thursday.
Mollah was executed on Thursday night after Bangladesh's Supreme Court handed him the death penalty on September 17 for the crimes allegedly committed during the 1971 independence war from Pakistan.
Operations targeting secret structure of FETO within police have been carried out in all 81 provinces of the country
Turkish Embassy has demanded that Greek authorities arrest those responsible, says Foreign Ministry
Renovated pediatric care unit in largest hospital in East African island nation unveiled with Turkish equipment
40 terrorists in northern Iraq and 30 in northeastern Syria killed early Tuesday, says Turkish General Staff
Council of Europe vote to impose monitoring comes after report on Turkey's democratic institutions
CHP leader says both sides uncomfortable with election board's decision to accept unsealed ballot papers
'I think we will consider this issue in the coming months,' Binali Yildirim says
Blasts in Kars, Sirnak provinces leave 1 more wounded
Highest administrative court rejects appeal to annul poll, saying no such act can be made against election board decisions
Head of Constitutional Court welcomes high voter turnout at April 16 constitutional referendum
2-day event will start in southern resort province of Antalya on Thursday
Turkey launched the operation in August to fight the ISIL group and to keep the YPG in check.
US president echoes his predecessors by using Armenian term 'Meds Yeghern' to refer to 1915 events
The blogger, writer and human rights activist began a hunger strike last week after claiming he had no access to a lawyer and had been "interrogated" on the content of his research.
Turkish foreign minister says Russian nationals will be able to stay in Turkey up to 90 days
At least four killed after strong winds hit several provinces across the country