World Bulletin / News Desk
A first of group of 215 Bosnian pilgrims will set off for Medina on Thursday with nearly 1,500 more Bosnian pilgrims to follow in the days to come.
THY is stepping in to replace the Nevada-based Vision Airlines after an agreement between the U.S. charter company and Bosnia's pilgrimage organization broke down, leading to the cancellation of the flight of the first batch of pilgrims Wednesday.
Unknown assailants in vehicle fired shots at US Embassy in Ankara on early morning, governor office says
Turkey, Russia, Iran to take part in trilateral Syria summit next month in Tehran
Security forces carried out 2,331 counter-terror operations across Turkey on Aug. 13-20, says Interior Ministry
Erdogan said the aim of the recent currency crisis was to bring "Turkey and its people to their knees" and that this attack was no different from a strike against Turkey’s flag or call to prayer
Turkish Airlines CEO says 253,000 passengers traveled via 1,547 flights on Saturday, setting a new record
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Manbij roadmap between Turkey and US continues 'without a hitch'
Numan Kurtulmus to be acting chairman of AK Party, Omer Celik has been named new party spokesman
We extend our condolences to Kofi Annan’s family, relatives and our ally Ghanaian people, says Turkish Foreign Ministry
6,000 Malians arrive in Jeddah, Madina via Turkey's national flag carrier for annual Islamic pilgrimage
Article 'is a blatant attempt by New York Times to justify and whitewash PKK terrorism,' says Ibrahim Kalin
Turkish officials console families of those who lost their lives in 7.4 earthquake in NW Anatolia
Police launched investigation over claims that chain traffic accident was caused by spillage of oil from tanker truck
Migrants held in Canakkale, Adana, Edirne and Izmir provinces
Turkish soldiers delivered bird to Hatay Nature Reserve Association
Party will change bylaws in accordance with new presidential system