World Bulletin/News Desk
Somali Presidential candidate Haji Mohammed Yassin Ismail said that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan drew the world's attention in Somalia, while many people and leaders did not temp to come to Somalia.
Erdogan and his wife Emine Erdogan's visit to Somalia drew the attention, and then many countries extended help to Somalia which improved the condition of the country, added Ismail who spoke to AA.
Ismail said that firstly civil war in the country should end, adding that they could not have a government for 21 years due to civil war.
Commenting on the upcoming elections in Somalia on August 20, Ismail said that the country would choose the right leader for itself.
Noting that Somalia had been the first country which adopted Islam in Africa, Ismail said that the relations between Turkey and Somalia were very sound for this reason.
Repeating his call to avert further bloodshed and keep the peace process on track, Ocalan said his hopes of a solution had been boosted.
Istanbul prosecutor presents indictment to a court over fatal elevator accident in Istanbul.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu calls for support for the Free Syrian Army fighting ISIL
The Minister of Family and Social Policies is working to eliminate obstacles that disabled face in getting a job
Prime Minister Davutoglu explains use of new powers will be monitored by a parliamentary rights watchdog
Doctors are monitoring the condition of those returned from the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia this year as respiratory virus claims one life and hospitalizes two more in Turkey
Turkey government budget forecast expects 94.4 billion Turkish lira from the special consumption tax in the coming year
"We are taking the same measures as Europe and the U.S. regarding security," says Erdogan, defending the introduction of a bill to extend police powers.
The natural gas pipeline, which may be used by Bulgaria and Greece, will be built by BOTAS, in the northwestern Turkish city of Corlu
The recent successes of young Turkish women in winning major international science awards has turned the spotlight on technology and education in the country.
Suspects allegedly eavesdropped on politicians, journalists, lawyers and military officers while working for an illegal organization
Turkey's allowing peshmerga to cross into Syria to fight against ISIL militants in Kobani is extensively covered by Turkish dailies Tuesday
EU Commission releases its first report on the progress Turkey has made towards lifting visa obligations for Turkish citizens
Series of deaths come amid pro-Kurdish protests around country
Press TV journalist dies after her car crashed into a construction vehicle near the border
Turkish Foreign Minister said that Turkey was facilitating the passage of Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga fighters to Kobani to aid Syrian Kurds