World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish President Abdullah Gul has cancelled his visit to Latvia and Lithuania due to an ear condition, Gul's chief press aide told the Anadolu Agency said Saturday.
Gul was set to visit Latvia and Lithuania on June 20-23.
Ahmet Sever said Gul had a recurring ear condition during a trip to the central Turkish province of Kayseri, adding that his doctors advised the president not to travel by plane for sometime.
Sever said a rescheduling on the visit has yet to made.
Bullets were fired at main office of the HDP office based in Ankara
Turkish President criticizes UN Security Council's response to world turmoil during speech in Kazakhstan.
The US has rejected Assad's claim that Turkey was sabotaging cease-fires in Syria.
Excavations in eastern Turkey show thousands of Muslims were massacred by Armenian gangs in 1918, say research experts.
Ferhat Yildiz was sentenced to prison for 11 years and eight months in an Istanbul court today
Reactions of Turkish government and opposition parties over European Parliament’s recent resolution recognizing 1915 events as 'genocide' dominated Turkish dailies' headlines Friday.
Turkey will provide $200 million to Gaza Strip for reconstruction efforts.
The annual Trip Advisor's Travellers Choice Award has voted Istanbul as the top travellers destination for Europe for 2015.
Bomb disposal searched plane after a note claiming there was a bomb on the plane.
At Financial Times Summit on Turkish economy, experts agree that Turkish economy is being transformed, with industry moving to more knowledge-intensive production.
Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan says Islamic finance model offers additional financial instruments with less risk.
Turkey rejects European Parliament’s resolution recognizing 1915 events as "genocide", Davutoglu tells EU Parliament president in telephone call.
The Turkish military has blamed the incident in Turkey’s southeastern Sirnak province on the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party.
Turkish Minister Bozkir says he will return resolution letter on 1915 incidents 'without even opening it'.
Turkish dailies on Thursday covered announcement of AK Party’s election manifesto and President Erdogan’s remarks on European Parliament resolution describing 1915 events as "genocide".
Turkish Airlines suspends all flights to Sanaa and Aden due to political unrest.