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15:41, 19 October 2017 Thursday
Conservative Premier Stanislaw Tillich steps down after embarrassing election defeat in eastern state of Saxony

Ankara, Seoul consider each other brothers thanks to Turkish soldiers’ dedication during war, says Turkey's ambassador

Recep Tayyip Erdogan congratulates Azerbaijan, which gained its independence 26 years ago on Wednesday

Firework use hits a peak across India during the Hindu festival but New Delhi authorities have tried to restrict sales to tackle mounting pollution.

'Pro-regime forces attacked our partners and attempted to block them from liberating the Syrian people,' White House says

New law necessary for ‘security’, lawmakers say  

Talks were productive and made substantial progress on the overall agenda, the State Department says

Protest organized by Council on American-Islamic Relations ended at Trump International Tower

Blame for Rohingya crisis lies with country's military leadership, Rex Tillerson says  

EU President Donald Tusk warned there would be no breakthroughs at the summit, saying that while there had been "promising progress" London needed to come up with more concrete proposals.

The conference will discuss issues on labor and employment in the region’s growing economic integration.

Liberating Marawi costs increasing as operations continue to flush out 20 remaining militants in a two-hectare battle area

One soldier killed, several injured by ADF attack on convoy of senior army officer in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

Turkish aviation has become top player globally, Turkish carrier's chief executive says    

Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused to discuss any private conversations he had with President Trump

In statement issued from New York, Roselyn Akombe says next Thursday's repeat elections cannot be credible

The steps include improving security barriers in crowded places, guidance on design to protect public spaces, and advice on how to protect sports and cultural events.

Forestry and Water Minister Veysel Eroglu says Turkey ‘is among top three in terms of water projects’  

Priced 40 percent below official market rates, the fuel was then mixed and distributed at service stations and on the black market, with police registering 30 trips from Libya to Sicily.

Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire told a parliamentary committee in London of the new date.

Harp R&D senior official says such product can be used to protect an individual’s privacy  

Bank expects Turkey's strong growth performance to continue in Q3, World Bank Country Director for Turkey says

Summit -- which will also mark 20th anniversary of international organization -- will start on Friday

4 Turkish producers to send 50,000 tons of tomatoes as of Dec. 1, says Russian energy minister

Prime minister tells TRT World forum Turkey supports world's oppressed  

Xi told some 2,300 delegates at the imposing Great Hall of the People that the party must "resolutely oppose" any actions that undermine its leadership as it steers a course through a high-stakes period in its development.

Executive order 'plainly discriminates based on nationality', Hawaii judge Derrick Watson rules  

One of the fishermen was shot and has been admitted to hospital  

Military hunting for around 20 fighters holding hostages  

A truck carrying police officers was targeted in Quetta, capital of southwestern Balochistan  

Emirates News Agency confirms incident but does not specify what type of aircraft was involved in crash

Israel accused Iran of using Syrian conflict to establish military positions there

Bipartisan agreement faces up-hill battle to secure enough support in Congress

New report says online sales will more than double in a decade, with Amazon leading the way

The owner of Yildiz Holding, Murat Ulker, denied the statement made by the London Evening Standart newspaper.