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15:17, 19 June 2018 Tuesday
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Kim's third trip to China since March comes as Beijing tries to strengthen its role as a mediator between the US and North Korea, where it claims compelling security and economic interests.

Yilmaz said when the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party came to power in 2002, Turkey was last among EU countries in the funding of its education.

Some interesting facts about Muslim nations and the players in this year’s competition.

Three others are injured in attack, including one in critical condition

Global tide of forcibly displaced people rose 2.9M last year; Turkey hosts largest refugee population, most Syrians

Israeli army frequently carries out sweeping arrest campaigns across Israeli-occupied territory  

Prosecutors in central province of Konya issue arrest warrants for alleged ‘covert imams’ of terror group FETO

Republican-controlled Senate votes 85-10 for fiscal year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act

More than 350 people injured in western city of Osaka

Hospitals to provide emergency and surgical care

Al-Shabaab armed group is suspected of being behind attack

Foreign Ministry says Turkey wants lasting peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan  

More than 100 people injured in western city of Osaka

Strikes come in ostensible retaliation for launch of incendiary kites, balloons into Israeli territory

Merkel said she would seek agreement with European nations at a June 28-29 EU summit, but stressed there was "no automatism" about rejecting asylum seekers if no deals are reached.

Excluding interest payments, central government budget balance saw surplus of nearly $2B last month

Figure is expected to increase as voting in Turkish missions to continue until Tuesday, at custom gates till election day

Patrols in line with the jointly agreed roadmap on Manbij

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said earlier that nearly 40 foreign fighters allied to Syria's regime were killed in the raid in eastern Syria.

Greece and its northern neighbor signed historic accord on renaming Macedonia, ending long-standing row

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

12,845 registered Turkish voters cast ballots for Turkey's presidential, general elections in New York  

A look at the traditions, ceremonies, food, and community of Ramadan 2018.

Turkish president says we are establishing mega industry zones in 5 regions of Turkey  

At least 20 people killed in twin suicide attack in northeastern Borno state

Strike is reportedly aimed at Palestinian activist known for flying ‘fire kites’ into Israeli territory

The premier said that by the financial year 2023-2024, an extra £20 billion ($26.5 billion, 23 billion euros) a year would be going into the NHS.

Deal proposes changing Macedonia's name to Republic of Northern Macedonia

Turkish president says there is a good chance senior PKK members were present during strike on meeting in Qandil

Bosnia-Herzegovina would not exist today if martyrs did not show courage and give sacrifices: Bosnian leader Izetbegovic

French forces, however, are not taking part in ongoing fight over Al-Hudeidah, French Defense Ministry asserts

Turkish expatriates in Sudan, Qatar and Lebanon vote in hotly-contested presidential and parliamentary polls

Explosion comes as rude shock to Afghans hoping cease-fire over Eid may pave way for long-term peace

Binali Yildirim: We have decided to take status of Alevi house of worship out from discussion