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05:02, 23 May 2018 Wednesday
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I beg Allah for his paradise in Ramadan. I pray to almighty to send us rain: Utban

UK capital is among worst when it comes to safety, air quality and cost efficiency, new study reveals

Heroin has been found concealed in pipes in trailer's bed in northwestern Kocaeli province

US will do anything to prevent Iran's 'malicious activities' in region, Pentagon spokesman says

Turks living in Germany have democratic right to be informed by politicians of Turkish parties: Recep Akdag

Since March 30, more than 110 Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire in Gaza

Treasury reports central government debt stock in April rises 15.8 pct year-on-year, reaching $226.8 billion

Cavusoglu congratulates Lavrov on reappointment as foreign minister  

Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom spoke ahead of talks of the EU's 28 trade ministers to discuss an attempt to woo the US away from punishing steel and aluminium tariffs and win Europe a similar break as handed China.

The shell struck a marketplace in the city

Ottawa calls President Maduro’s re-election ‘anti-democratic’

The Justice Department has asked its Office of the Inspector General to look into the matter, White House says

Sberbank of Russia will cease to be shareholder in Denizbank, fifth-largest private bank in Turkey  

South Korea reveals frustration with Pyongyang but insists June 12 Trump-Kim summit is still on

Migrants include Syrian, Iraqi, Algerian, Palestinian, Pakistani, Libyan, Iranian, Moroccan nationals

In February, an Israeli court slapped Palestinian resistance icon with six months in solitary confinement

Since March 30, more than 110 Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire in Gaza  

Ambassadors of all countries, except Israel, invited at ruling Justice and Development Party’s headquarters  

Paraguay becomes third country to move Israel embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem after US, Guatemala

Maoists targeted a police vehicle in Dantewada district of south Chhattisgarh on Sunday, killing 7 policemen

Deadly fire claimed lives of 72 people, including stillborn baby, leading to questions and official inquiry

Gjeorgi Petkov, 62, reportedly dies of heart problems. Nobukazu Kuriki had lost fingers in previous attempt

Monday’s missile attack was third by Houthi rebels since start of Ramadan

Greek Asylum Commission accepted the petition of ex-Turkish soldiers suspected of involvement in coup bid

You have a person whom Allah has bestowed upon you, Bakir Izetbegovic says

Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency set to provide meals to 1,500 orphans during holy month of Ramadan

The planned construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline would further call into question Ukraine's role as a key transit nation for Russian gas to Europe, and has become a wedge issue between Europe and the United States.

Canete called the nuclear deal "fundamental for peace in the region" as he outlined EU plans to continue oil and gas purchases and protect European companies from US sanctions as they are phased in over the next six months.

Polls opened early Sunday in Venezuela in elections boycotted by the main opposition parties, and heavily criticized by the United States, the European Union and many Latin American governments.

After weeks of warm words and diplomatic backslapping, Pyongyang abruptly threatened to pull out of the planned summit next month because of US demands for "unilateral nuclear abandonment", according to the North's official KCNA news agency.

Turkey has been main route for migrants trying to cross into Europe

Nigeria and ex-British colonies in Africa hope to change that by working together to repatriate billions of dollars in offshore accounts from London and beyond.

Madhuri Gupta was found guilty in a New Delhi court on Friday of "spying and wrongful communication of information" while posted to the Indian embassy in Islamabad.

His comments came after a joint statement issued in Washington said Beijing had agreed to reduce its trade deficit, "significantly" increasing purchases of American goods.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has been hospitalized in the West Bank, a Palestinian official said on Sunday, providing no further details on his condition.

Turkish president to meet Bosniak member of tripartite Presidency of Bosnia Bakir Izetbegovic

Le Maire said previous commitments by Italy would remain "whichever government" was in place.

Deputy premier says Turkish president is not afraid of death threats

Turkish army carries out anti-terror operation in southeastern Hakkari province

Demonstrators call for end to Israeli occupation, independent investigation into Gaza killings

French troops increasing their presence in some areas in Syria held by YPG/PKK terrorists

Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) won 25 seats, up from 19 in the 2014 election

Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed arrives to Addis Ababa with 690 Ethiopian prisoners, more to be released