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00:51, 23 April 2018 Monday
On Thursday, Iraqi F-16 fighter jets struck ISIL positions in Syria

Foreign Ministry condemns suicide bombing in Afghan capital which killed 31 at voter registration office

13 coup cases ended since February 2017, when first coup-plotter appeared before judge in Ankara

Injured include 21 soldiers on leave and bus driver

Turkish main opposition deputies resign to join Good (IYI) Party

After setting off from Sweden last August, Benjamin Ladraa, 25, welcomed by representatives of Turkish NGOs

Leaders speak about joint strike by US, France, UK in Syria, according to Egyptian Presidency

Turkish president says they will respect nation's wish during early election

Palestinian president stresses on 2-state solution to conflict, calls East Jerusalem capital

Foreign Minister Cavusoglu to address UN General Assembly on Turkey’s contributions, approach to UN efforts

'None of our party members will run for president. Our candidate is Erdogan,' says opposition MHP leader

Fund focuses on projects that strengthen trade, economic and investment ties between Russia and Turkey

There was no claim of responsibility for the attack

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