Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch on Jan. 20 to clear terrorist groups in northwestern Syria
Next week’s poll will see incumbent President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi face off against leader of small liberal party
The United Nations' International Labour Organization rarely creates this type of probe, known as a Commission of Inquiry. The last case was launched against Zimbabwe in 2008.
Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek says Blockchain technology has 'positive aspects'
Russian General Staff chief, NATO supreme allied commander discuss international security over phone
Social media giant loses $49 billion in value amid data leak while CEO Mark Zuckerberg loses nearly $7 billion in net worth
These reforms "do not violate the principles of the democratic rule of law... instead they reinforce them."
Terrorist group still appears to maintain ‘sleeper cells’ in parts of Iraq, including Saladin, Diyala
Sarkozy arrived just before 8:00 am (0700 GMT) at the bureau of officers specialising in corruption, money laundering and tax evasion in the western Parisian suburb of Nanterre, an AFP journalist said.
Afghan nationals were held in eastern Van province
The commentary from the state-run KCNA news agency came with a rapid rapprochement on the Korean peninsula under way, after a period of heightened tensions stoked by missile and nuclear tests.
Turkey-based aid foundations have opened over 8,800 water wells in Africa, Asia, Middle East
Trump told reporters at the White House he had spoken with Putin, two days after the Russian strongman sailed to a fourth term as president, and with ties strained by the Cold War-style intrigue over the poisoning of an ex-spy in Britain.
Mark Rutte says that the problem stems from the speed of Greece sending refugees back to Turkey
The coastguard said authorities in the southern state of Johor were alerted at 8:50 am that the vessel, the JBB Rong Chang 8, had sank.
Lawmakers oppose proposal seeking to terminate U.S. military assistance to Saudis to avoid souring relations
At least seven others injured in attack near border with Colombia, army says
The European Union does not have any other choice than including Turkey in the union, says Turkey’s envoy to France
Speaking after a meeting with Japanese counterpart Taro Kono, Lavrov said: "If the British government continues taking some anti-Russian measures, we will hit back under the principle of reciprocity."
Terrorists were plotting attack, says Turkish military
The Arab League's general secretariat received "an official notification" from Saudi Arabia to confirm the meeting, Abul Gheit told reporters at the organisation's headquarters in Cairo.
In a statement, it said this reduction in the tax burden would however lead to a slower drop in the public deficit this year, which it predicts will reach 2.5 percent of GDP -- still below the 3.0 percent limit set by the European Union.
Facebook has launched its own investigation into claims that data from up to 50 million of its users was harvested by a British company, Cambridge Analytica, and used in US President Donald Trump's election campaign.
Juncker added: "I hope that you will use your fourth term in office to pursue this goal. I will always be a partner in this endeavour."
A man went into a shop in the capital Chisinau before midday, took 10 cigarette packs and tried to leave without paying, the chief of Moldovan police Alexandr Panzari told reporters.
In contrast to some other international leaders who have been slow to send congratulations, Kim said Putin's re-election "is an expression of your people's great support and trust in you".
Ismail Kahraman says terrorist YPG/PKK ambitions in Afrin, northwestern Syria 'came to naught'
Brussels on December 20 launched unprecedented legal action against Warsaw over "systemic threats" to the independence of the Polish judiciary, and gave it three months to say how it will comply.
Hasan Celal Guzel, 73, passed away in Ankara on Monday while undergoing medical treatment
The meeting of the world's leading economies in Buenos Aires comes days before US tariffs on steel and aluminum are due to come into force on Friday for all countries except Canada and Mexico.
Suspects arrested in Ankara were plotting terrorist attack ahead of spring festival of Nevruz, police source says
Parliament will have representatives from Kurdish, Alevi, Arab and Ezidi communities, says opposition representative
‘If we are strategic partners, then you will respect us,’ says Turkish president
Sylvi Listhaug, who had been under fire for a week, announced her resignation on the social media network, sparing Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg from calling a vote of confidence in the government, whose outcome was uncertain.
Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned over suspected campaign financing by Libya's Gaddafi during 2007 presidential campaign
In a statement released late Monday, Ramaphosa announced that Tom Moyane had refused to resign as the South African Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner and had then been suspended.
Emirati foreign minister's remarks have not been made 'with good intention': Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman
Meeting cancelled after Russia, China, Kazakhstan and Bolivia voted ‘no’
'Despite the oppression they face, Iranians are fighting to reclaim their rights,' U.S. president says
The conference opened hours after the United Nations issued its 2018 World Water Development Report warning that about 3.6 billion people, or half the world's population, already live in areas where water can be scarce at least one month a year.
The group, Proactiva Open Arms, said on Twitter its boat was being kept at the Sicilian port of Pozzallo, where it docked on Saturday after rescuing more than 200 people off the coast of Libya.
Elor Azaria, who killed an injured and unarmed Palestinian in 2016, is now set for release on May 10
Macron also expressed concern over the war in Syria, in which Moscow plays a key role as the regime's closest ally, in a carefully-worded statement that steered clear of congratulating Putin directly for his election win.
Military official, 3 scientists have been accused of developing chemical weapons that were later used on civilians in Syria
Egyptian army chief-of-staff and Bahrain's intelligence czar discuss burgeoning military cooperation
Operation to go on until terror corridor - Manbij, Ayn al-Arab, Tell Abyad, Ras al-Ayn, Qamishli - is wiped out: President
EU nationals arriving in UK during transition will receive same rights as those living already there, says EU official
Mosque belonging to Muslim-Turkish association IGMG firebombed amid threats by terrorist PYD/PKK group
Ibrahim Kalin says there is still work to do in Afrin, where Turkish troops and Syrian fighters took control on Sunday
Floods have rocked East African country in past week costing millions in damage to property
The ISIL terrorist was responsible for taking by force houses of security members in Mosul
The release of the three Korean-Americans is under discussion through multiple channels more than a week after President Donald Trump agreed to meet the North's Kim Jong Un, the reports said.
Army says 36 militants were killed in exchange of fire with security forces in Sinai
President Buhari canceled trip to Kigali where he was to sign the agreement
Event marked historic 1915 victory and told American public about Turkey, says head of Yunus Emre Institute in the US
Israeli police say attacker was ‘neutralized’ by police officer at the scene
Hasan Celal Guzel passes away in hospital in Ankara where he was receiving treatment
Putin gets over three-fourths of ballots cast, delivering him a new 6-year term as Russia's leader