World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that they considered Islamophobia an appearance of racism.
Delivering a speech at the Istanbul World Forum, Erdogan said that those who tried to create a bad and wrong image that Islam was identical with terrorism were actually supporters of terrorism in the world.
Erdogan said Islamophobia was kind of an appearance of racism, and this wrong mentality has become a danger not only for the western countries but also for whole world.
There was need for a new order that would create a fair global income distribution, he said. Countries should take more responsibilities regarding sustainable development and combating poverty, he said.
Erdogan said the Turkish International Development and Cooperation Agency (TIKA) has been conducting its activities in 100 countries, stating that Turkey's aids to underdeveloped countries reached 1.5 billion U.S. dollars this year.
Turkish President criticized world governments' lack of sensitivity towards the Esad regimes' attacks, the Pope spoke of the needs for interfaith dialogue.
A Turkish suspect involved in the Nov. 21 murder of a Serbian basketball fan in Istanbul has been jailed, while six other suspects have been released
Agreement to be signed on Monday to eliminate trade barriers between the two countries.
News coverage ban on parliamentary investigation of four former Turkish ministers over graft allegations upheld by court.
Turkic countries among the most promising markets for MPT-76, Istanbul businessmen's meeting hears
No casualties reported as firefighters tackle blaze on European side of the city.
Prime Minister Davutoglu announces details of protective and preventive efforts to raise public awareness against drugs
The 77-year-old pontiff faces challenges at home and abroad as he visits Muslim-majority Turkey
Turkey’s Undersecretary for Defense Industries says creating global brands and adding value-added products are strategic.
MHP leader Devlet Bahceli sparked controversy with 'terrorist' remarks over 1937 massacre of Alevi people in Dersim province.
Country's deficit narrows to $6.2 billion after a significant rise in exports, while imports slips.
Hadi al-Bahra was elected the Syrian National Coalition's new president in July.
Friday’s newspapers cover Pope Francis' visit to Turkey on Nov. 28-30, and Turkish president’s remarks on the "unity of the Muslim world."
President Putin hails Turkey's independent decision to continue its cooperation with Russia. "Our Turkish partners refused to sacrifice their interests for political ambitions of others" he said
Greek Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Evangelos Venizelos will visit Turkey on Nov. 29, Turkey's Foreign Ministry announced Thursday
HDP withdraws from parliamentary commission investigating four former Turkish ministers over graft allegations