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Total number of Syrian refugees living in Turkey amounts to almost 2.8 million as of Dec. 1

In related development, Knesset approves first reading of bill that would legitimize illegal West Bank settlements

Numan Kurtulmus calls treatment of Turkish parliament Deputy Speaker Ayse Nur Bahcekapili at Cologne airport 'unacceptable'

Main cities see major disruption amid anger over anticipated tax rises, austerity measures

Foreign minister says all the alleged Turkish coup plotter soldiers in Greece should be extradited to Turkey

Governments understand each other better than ever before on Syrian issue, Yıldırım tells Russian news agency

China should "build more strategic nuclear arms and accelerate the deployment of the DF-41 intercontinental ballistic missile" to protect its interests, should Trump attempt to corner the country in an "unacceptable way", it said.

Suspects include 3 public officials, security sources say

Bill English to replace John Key who resigned after 8 years in office

Syrian regime's capture of Aleppo will not stop Syria war, US official says

Istanbul police head operation to arrest almost 60 FETO suspects across 16 Turkish provinces

A high ranking Russian army colonel has been killed in Aleppo

Strike comes at request of Iraqi military, Central Command says

President-elect promises in ‘five minutes’ he can prevent US companies for going overseas

Largest Muslim civil rights group claims North Carolina teacher harassed, abused student for months

Renzi tenders his resignation to President Sergio Mattarella

'That was not on my intelligence radar screen,' Obama tells CNN

After a meeting lasting about one hour, Kerry said the two talked "about the extraordinarily dire situation in Aleppo and we exchanged some ideas about it and we intend to connect in the morning to see where we are".

'We can say a new era in our relations has started,' Yildirim says during first visit to Moscow as premier

'It's a great honor. It means a lot,' Trump says shortly after announcement

Pakistani authorities say 47 people on board plane that crashed after leaving capital Islamabad

The suggestion was made in clear jest on the Antonov company's Twitter account.

The 28-nation European Union -- with 22 members also belonging to NATO -- imposed economic sanctions on Russia after a Malaysian airliner was shot down over rebel-held eastern Ukraine in July 2014.

May has agreed to provide further details on her negotiating strategy before triggering the Article 50 exit process as long as MPs back her timetable and the result of the June referendum to leave the European Union. 

Aceh official says at least 500 receiving treatment at Sigli town hospital after strong quake topples dozens of buildings

Mustafa Kemal Okem to assume duties on Dec. 12 after presenting his credentials to Israeli President Reuven Rivlin  

The Myanmar cuts flow of migrant workers to Malaysia amid diplomatic spat

Second time in a year officer Lucas Jones cleared of using deadly force

‘We can get these terrorists and stay true to who we are’, outgoing US president says

Russian president appreciates Erdogan's approval of TurkStream agreement

'All [African] countries matter to Turkey,' Erdogan says

Since mid-November, more than 775 civilians have been killed and 2,500 others injured in Aleppo

Court rule 8-0 on how damages award should be calculated