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16:46, 22 February 2017 Wednesday
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Turkish president says grassroots of every political party should welcome presidential system

The move, ordered by the defence ministry, applies to female officers working in the general staff and command headquarters and branches, it said.

Construction of first mosque in Athens in over 100 years on track to finish in late April, say construction company sources

5 others have been rescued in the incident near in Meric River  

Yemen's war pits the internationally recognised government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi against Huthi rebels allied with forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Secretaries pledge to increase bilateral talks, encouraged greater cooperation 

The Statue of Liberty had a new message for those fleeing oppression abroad on Tuesday.

Dmytro Firtash was arrested in Vienna in March 2014, but released on a record Austrian bail of 125 million euros ($130 million).

Johannesburg and Cape Town scored second and ninth, respectively, while Egypt also had two cities in the top 10, Alexandria and Cairo, in the first survey focusing on life in African cities for ordinary people.

There is a possibility migrants may have been ‘murdered’ after bodies found inside dinghy with the possibility of arguments between refugees and smuggler over the seaworthiness of boats

A lawsuit accuses the US Border Patrol of wrongful death and civil rights violations in the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old Mexican boy in June 2010

The idea of Enosis day celebrations works against the island's reunification talks, says Turkish foreign minister

'The British must respect commitments they were involved in making," Juncker tells

French president and Kurdish Iraqi region leader discuss campaign against terrorist ISIL forces in Mosul

Appeal comes amid ongoing army campaign to wrest western Mosul from ISIL terror group

Michel Aoun voices hope that US support for Lebanese army to continue under new administration

Former head of National Intelligence Agency, accused of disappearances and killings under former president, in custody

In Nairobi, head of Turkish parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee speaks of tackling terrorism and boosting trade

With just over 95 percent of ballots counted from Sunday's election, leftist ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno had 39.21 percent of the vote, according to the National Electoral Council.

The priority for deportation will remain undocumented immigrants convicted of crimes, but will also include anyone who has been charged or potentially faces criminal charges.

Bodies of 3 women and a man found buried just after Myanmar ends military operations following concerns for Rohingya rights

Some observers have said that Le Pen staged a cancelled meeting as she was briefed on the requirement to wear a veil prior to a meeting with the Mufti in Lebanon

President Salva Kiir attempts to regain control after defections

Azaria will begin his sentence on March 5, the court announced.

Tuesday marks 52nd anniversary of assassination of iconic civil rights leader

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood praises Turkey’s Erdogan for refusing to label group ‘terrorist organization’

The train will run daily with a journey time of around nine and a half hours, Turkish State Railways official says  

Devlet Bahceli calls on voters to support plans for presidential system in Turkey

Mehriban Aliyeva will be the country's new first vice president -- a post that also carries immunity from prosecution  

Air operation destroys 10 shelters, caves in Iraq and SE Turkey

United Nations envoy Staffan de Mistura has moderated three failed previous rounds of talks and said he was not "deluded" about the prospects for a deal this time.

McCain says Washington-Ankara alliance 'more vital than ever'

Trump had made reference to a terror incident in Sweden that actually never took place, with the Swedish PM hitting back saying that information must be verified before its spread

Poll shows majority back admission of 40,000 refugees in 2017

Move comes after video surfaces purportedly showing Peshmerga troops assaulting displaced Arab civilians

Donald Tusk contradicts bleak views on NATO by new US president following his meeting with US vice president in Brussels

Visit is first of its kind since Mattis’ appointment one month ago by US President Donald Trump

According to the agreement, there will be no more austerity measures

'Iran should take constructive steps and go over its regional policies instead...,' Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman says

Moscow's ambassador to global body 'suddenly' dies in New York; cause unknown