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Serbia's ambassador to Ankara says 5 government ministers will accompany Serbian president

We will take step forward to make our political system more powerful, Binali Yildirim tells young members of ruling AK Party

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declared an end to the nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests that sent tensions soaring on the peninsula, in the region, and beyond.

Abe sent a sacred "masakaki" tree bearing his name to the shrine as it started a three-day spring festival, a shrine spokeswoman said.

Turkish Foreign Ministry says state of emergency in country is against terrorists

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura meet in Moscow

Turkey, China have potential to further improve ties, says Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Kurtulmus

Syrian regime would be 'ill-advised' to ignore message sent by last week’s allied missile strike, says US Defense Secretary

Leader of Britain’s Labour party says peace process can only be achieved if big powers come together

Refugees were mostly in a state of weakness and pain due to a lack of food and water

Resolution calls on Myanmar authorities to stop human rights violations in restive Rakhine State

AK Party deputy chairman briefs journalists on upcoming Turkish elections

Two countries conducted four joint military drills in 2017

Deputy Premier Recep Akdag meets Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Minister of Economy and Energy Ozdil Nami in Ankara

Lavrov slams comments by US state department aide on Turkish-Russian missile deal as 'blackmail'

European Commission says it extends anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel rope, cables for another five years

Turkish President says it is 'beyond football terrorism' on incidents at Thursday's derby between Fenerbahce and Besiktas

Foreign Ministry criticizes Greek court's decision to release coup plotter and ex-Turkish soldier Suleyman Ozkaynakci

Parliament's general assembly is expected to debate the bill on Friday

Opposition party protests against proposed bill seeking make major changes in electoral code of conduct

The line links the presidential Blue House in Seoul with the Pyongyang office of the nuclear-armed North's State Affairs Commission, which Kim chairs - one of his most important titles.

Defense Ministry shuts down Elia Youth Media Foundation on pretext that it ‘incites violence’  

Thursday’s vote make Diaz-Canel first person outside Castro family to rule country in almost 60 years

Deal reflects burgeoning military relationship between Washington and Doha, say Qatari officials

May have been 600,000 invasions of privacy

Turkish deputy prime minister says plans for early elections avert uncertainty

Nearly 400 overseas schools linked to FETO

Soldier killed when explosive device went off during security search in Afrin

Before the revolt Libya, with estimated oil reserves of 48 billion barrels, used to produce 1.6 million barrels per day (bpd).

'The campaign process will likely start around May 15,' ruling AK Party spokesman Mahir Unal says

New gate along Turkish-Syrian border is set to open near Jinderes in southwestern Afrin, Syria

Macron faces mass protests in several sectors over reforms

Local sources say US-led coalition is striking ISIL targets in NE Syria

'Our presidential candidate is Recep Tayyip Erdogan,' opposition MHP leader Devlet Bahceli announces on Twitter

Two university students from each of the 81 provinces in Turkey set to attend

'Anti-Muslim sentiment in the Western world and especially in Europe is rising rapidly,' says Mevlut Cavusoglu

MPs support amendment calling for UK to remain in customs union

Canadian provinces at war over future delivery of oil to Pacific countries

Decision follows Ecuador’s withdrawal as mediator in talks between Bogota and rebel group

The 40-year-old leader is facing the biggest test of his nearly 12-month presidency as train drivers, public sector workers and students protest against his economic reforms.

Legislation aims to narrow gap between recycling levels among the different EU states, help bloc meet environmental targets

'The 2 leaders will reaffirm the German-American partnership,' says White House on chancellor's visit to Washington

The separatist politician Roger Torrent spoke to reporters in Geneva after discussing the situation in Catalonia with a senior official at the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights.