World Bulletin / News Desk
Chief of General Staff Gen. Necdet Özel, accompanied by Naval Forces Commander Adm. Murat Bilgel, visited the Gölcük district of the province of Kocaeli on Tuesday to inspect military units under the Naval Forces Command, the military said on its website.
Last week, Özel visited Şanlıurfa to inspect the region after a mortar shell from Syria struck the province last week, killing five civilians. Prior to the visit to Şanlıurfa, Özel, accompanied by Land Forces Commander Gen. Hayri Kıvrıkoğlu and Lt. Gen. Galip Mendi, also visited Turkey's border province of Hatay and the southern province of Kilis to inspect military units.
Motion will extend mandate for Turkey's cross-border operations in Iraq and Syria for another year
Interior Ministry official says 35,000 applications already completed
'It will not bring happiness to our Kurdish brothers in the region,' Turkish PM Binali Yildirim says
Jet catches fire which has been now put out; 2 pilots, air stewardess slightly hurt
Hakkari governorate says howitzers killed four PKK terrorists in Yuksekova district
Turkish Coast Guard rescues 38 others following incident early Friday morning
Turkey's Diyanet Foundation says its has given $16M in scholarship to foreign students
One injured, 8 arrested at Caglayan courthouse as rival sides in murder trial exchange fire
Operations launched as part of investigations conducted by Chief Public Prosecutor’s Offices across country
Center in capital’s Altindag district to provide healthcare services to mainly Syrian refugees in Turkey
Reinforcement commando units arrive at Syrian border near southern Hatay’s Reyhanli district, says military source
Air force launches strikes close to border late Tuesday, military says
Fifth Avenue premises will be 'important bridge' to US market for Turkey, says economy minister
BIST 100 index rises 0.36 pct while US dollar/Turkish lira rate falls 3.48
Kurdish Regional Government 'ignoring' Ankara, Erdogan says, warning sanctions would not be 'ordinary'
Do not let FETO terrorist group poison African countries' ties with Turkey, says Education Minister Ismet Yilmaz