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03:57, 23 June 2018 Saturday
Turkish justice minister also says reduction in number of ministries will enable faster services to citizens

Ultra-conservative interior minister insists on his plan to turn away asylum-seekers at Germany’s border

First patrols by both Turkish and US troops in region began on June 18 and the second patrols on June 20

National flag carrier's deputy CEO says Istanbul's new airport will increase capacity

Culture and Tourism Minister Kurtulmus announced new figures at meeting of Tourism Consultation Council in Istanbul

Video footage shows opposition attack on regime forces in Syria's Turkmen Mountain region

No group has yet claimed responsibility for deadly attack near city’s western entrance

Turkish airstrikes target meeting of PKK terror leaders at Mt. Qandil in northern Iraq, says Turkish president

Advanced F-35 jets to boost Turkish Air Force with latest technologies, radar system

Report’s call to tolerate homosexuality is incompatible with Islamic teachings and values, NGO says

Airstrikes against PKK terror group have been carried out in Hakurk-Kani Rash region

Trump administration makes request following backlash over its immigration policy

Country represents major transit point for African migrants seeking access to Europe, especially Italy

Suspects were allegedly plotting terror attack ahead of elections Sunday

TRT World to broadcast live landing of Turkish president's aircraft

Turkish airstrikes target meeting of PKK terror leaders at Mt. Qandil in northern Iraq, says Turkish president

UN chief Antonio Guterres says he would prefer US to remain in UN Human Rights Council

German chancellor is currently on tour of region that will also bring her to Lebanon  

'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed,' Leo Varadkar says, after meeting with EU Commission president

Aim of negotiations is to remove barriers to trade in goods, services, says European Commission  

'Europe's ISIL is far-right extremism,' says Omer Celik

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz was invited to the meeting of the four Visegrad countries of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic in Budapest by rightwing populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban. 

Premier Binali Yildirim adds 400 square-kilometers of northern Iraqi region has been cleared of terrorists

UNHCR program helps prepare those affected by conflict for a better future when they return home

Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources to hold tender for 1,200 MW project -- world's biggest

Protestors march from Bryant Park to United Nations headquarters

At least 192 people missing following tragedy earlier this week