World Bulletin / News Desk
Education has resumed except the kindergardens and schools close to the the border in Akcakale, southeastern town of Turkey.
Authorities said Monday that schools that were recessed for three days due to the ongoing clashes between Free Syrian Army, or FSA, and pro-Assad forces in neighboring Tal Abyad town of Syrian ar-Raqqah city as stray bullets hit several buildings, resumed on Monday.
It is reported that clashes have lessened in the town since last night.
Also 3,974 public employees dismissed over suspected FETO-links, according to a notice in the Official Gazette
Turkey's president expected to meet his counterpart Mukherjee, Deputy President Ansari, PM Modi during his two-day visit
Patrols aim to 'discourage escalation', US Central Command says
Turkish president says country's ongoing anti-terror fight against PKK, FETO and ISIL is a battle for survival
More than 71,000 officers from police, gendarmerie and coast guard involved in massive late night public security operation
Opinion piece penned by presidential aide in UK newspaper says Yes vote ended era of weak coalition governments
Turkey's Justice and Development Party will hold meeting to renew president's membership
Turkish president calls for 'common sense' in Macedonia
Neither European Court of Human Rights nor Constitutional Court can change decision of the people, says Yildirim
Russian surveillance vessel sinks after hitting freighter off Turkish coast
Turkish president defends constitutional change referendum
Attack in Ercis district of Van province leaves 3 village guards wounded
John Bass addresses 8th Atlantic Council Istanbul Summit