Turkish prime minister says Operation Olive Branch continues 'as planned'
There are about 1,500 Jews living in Tunisia
Bill, submitted by ruling AK Party and opposition MHP, looks ahead to their electoral alliance in 2019 presidential poll
Iran says the two boats illegally entered its territorial waters
Ibrahim Kalin says any step to support PKK in Afrin will be considered terrorist act
Israeli army frequently carries out wide-ranging arrest campaigns in the West Bank
7 officers survive deadly overnight attack on police station, with perpetrators being tracked down
Labour Secretary Silvestre Bello told reporters Wednesday one of his deputies would lead the delegation, which is also due to stop in Saudia Arabia and Qatar to urge reforms.
'They were forced to go back after artillery shooting, this file is closed for now,' says Turkish president
Palestine Embassy in Cairo says crossing will be opened in both directions.
Enrique Pena Nieto offers solidarity with U.S. after devastating school shooting
We did not work well enough over the past few years, says State Department spokesperson
The US Commerce Department on Friday recommended imposing heavy tariffs on China, Russia and European exporters to counter a global glut in steel and aluminium, laying out an array of possible options in a report to Trump.
Antonio Ledezma, a fierce critic of President Nicolas Maduro who fled Venezuela in 2015, said that "a humanitarian intervention is justified" in the country, given the brutality of the Caracas government.
Yameen declared a 15-day state of emergency earlier this month, curtailing the powers of the judiciary and the legislature after the country's Supreme Court ruled to quash criminal convictions against high profile opposition politicians.
Red Sea coastal site Zabid, which served as the capital of Yemen from the 13th to 15th centuries, is listed as a United Nations World Heritage Site for its unique architecture and deep connection to the spread of Islam.
The referendum for more than 460,000 members of the crisis-hit SPD is the last hurdle for veteran leader Merkel as she seeks to form a new government, five months after an inconclusive election.
Moscow and Islamabad concerned about ISIL strengthening in northeastern Afghanistan
Recent years have seen Egypt's armed forces conduct several joint exercises with French counterpart
Death toll expected to rise as attacks are still continuing in several areas in the besieged city
Davis, 69, told business leaders in Austria, which will hold the EU presidency from July, that fears that Britain will plunge into a "Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction" were "based on nothing".
After splitting with Muslim Brotherhood, Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh ran in Egypt's first free presidential poll in 2012
Turkey’s goal is to turn Suakin island into a center of attraction, says Cavusoglu
Gen. Akar’s visit comes a day after Turkish foreign minister met Jordan king, counterpart in capital Amman
Turkish firms' know-how' in construction sector is an advantage to have in joint projects in Africa: Japanese bank manager
President says Turkey will make its red lines clear to everyone
Muslim icon’s message still relevant more than half a century later as he continues to inspire, shape lives beyond the grave
Turkish presidential spokesman says secret, dirty bargains between PYD/YPG, Bashar al-Assad regime can not be ruled out
The incident, which caused no injuries, is the latest in a string of accidents involving the US military that have prompted concern from Japanese officials and renewed criticism of the US military presence in the country.
Rest of the tanks will be delivered in April, forming a fully armored unit, says Iraqi Army Chief of Staff
Seoul's military exercises will continue even after North Korea's Winter Olympics charm offensive
Foreign ministers to meet in Astana to discuss preparations for upcoming leaders summit on Syria in Istanbul
Judge Pablo Llarena placed Rovira under judicial control, but stopped short of putting her behind bars for the duration of an ongoing probe into charges of rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds.
Speaking at a Berlin press conference with Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, Merkel acknowledged that not all EU members share Berlin's openness to paying more into Brussels' coffers after Brexit.
The Israeli energy group Delek said the value of the contract was $15 billion.
Turkish, Russian leaders agree to continue cooperation, coordination in fight against terrorism
Turkish foreign minister held talks with his Jordanian counterpart in Amman
Public Security Minister Erdan says Hezbollah is a key member of the Lebanese government
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu reasserts Turkey’s sensitivity towards Syria’s territorial integrity
Russia's Lavrov: Moscow cannot accept attempts to deal with any regional problem through a prism of fighting against Iran
Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif describes US presence in Syria as ‘very dangerous’
Waste totaling 4 times the Justice Ministry budget to be slashed, pledges leader Adama Barrow in annual address
The offensive comes amid preparations to hold Egypt's presidential election in March
Israeli army says the attack came after rocket fire from Gaza
Earlier President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also offered his condolences letter to Iran’s Hassan Rouhani
Turkey's ruling party and opposition MHP agree to make some changes in electoral system to form allience
Five others also injured during the bomb attack
On day 30 of Operation Olive Branch, Turkey targets terrorist PYD/PKK positions in northwestern Syria
Office workers, farmers and radio hosts are taking on new nationalities, relocating their businesses or looking forward to lucrative alternative trade deals, as politicians struggle to come up with a plan.
Trump's special representative has blamed Hamas for causing "misery" in Gaza