World Bulletin / News Desk
The 31th edition of the Turkish-American Council's annual conferences is set to begin on Monday in Washington which would discuss relations between Turkey and the United States.
The three-day conference will bring together senior government, business and finance figures including Turkish Defense Minister Ismet Yilmaz, US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, US Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman as well as 2008 Republican presidential hopeful John McCain.
The theme of this year's event is "Model Partnership and New Areas of Cooperation" with sessions and panel discussions on political and economic relations, and opportunities of cooperation in security, defense, banking, investment, finance, commerce, energy, agriculture, food, education as well as the European Union and foreign policy.
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The female assailant identified as Elif Sultan Kalsen, who had been thought to be involved in a suicide attack earlier this month
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The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency said the program included officers from Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Palestine.
Representatives of France, Germany and the UK meet with their Iranian counterparts as part of ongoing talks process.
Humanitarian Relief Foundation has appealed against the International Criminal Court’s decision to not investigate Israel's deadly raid on Mavi Marmara in 2010.
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Sixth World Forum on Energy Regulation to begin in Istanbul on May 25, 2015.
Representatives from Iran and three big European Union countries involved in negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear program are set to hold a fresh round of nuclear talks.
Turkey may be a very useful counterpart for Poland's ambitious construction sector, Turkish minister says
Southern Cilvegozu border crossing remained shut since Monday after random gunfire from Syria's Bab al-Hawa border gate.
Turkish dailies on Thursday focused on Wednesday's hearing at the European Court of Human Rights on an Armenian "genocide denial" case plus new labor reforms introduced by the Turkish PM.
Israel says Turkish criticism inappropriate at Holocaust memorial service
Case was referred to European Court of Human Rights last June following Swiss conviction.