While Turkey desires to overcome being compressed for a century, and is just becoming aware of the historical references and obligations, it doesn’t mean that the global actors had forgotten about it.
27th of October is being remembered as the “Black Day” in Pakistan and India-held Kashmir as a protest against the occupation of the Kashmir, when India had forcibly taken over the land on October 27, 1947.
"Israeli forces stationed at the Kisovim military post opened fire on farmlands [in Khan Younis city]," an eyewitness said
Arrawa Hammad, 14, was shot in the head with live ammunition by an Israeli sniper during clashes in Silwad village
The United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution granting observer status to the Developing-Eight, or D-8.
The mosque was hit overnight with red spraypainted graffiti reading "Go home" and its windows were smashed
The final television debate between Brazil’s presidential candidates was marked by heated exchanges focused on corruption allegations.
Tabare Vazquez is projected to win but a runoff looms against conservative Lacalle Pou
Guards opened fire on inmates at the Najayo jail in San Cristobal after the prison was attacked by armed men
"I think you have made a mistake, Mr. Rajoy, " the socialist Maduro thundered in a speech on state TV, accusing him of a patronizing attitude towards Spain's former colonies.
A Kurdish intelligence officer in Zumar said peshmerga forces had advanced from five directions in the early morning after coalition air strikes on ISIL positions
The three worst-hit countries of West Africa - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - account for the bulk, recording 4,912 deaths out of 10,114 cases
458 candidates, including 97 women, find their way to provincial council seats; IEC Chairman blames delay in announcing results to technical problems
Human Rights Watch calls for prosecution of military involved in killing 85 Muslims in southern Thailand
Local residents, some of whom have been camping out in the area, met a busload of activists and threw eggs at some of them, demanding they turn back and leave them to live in peace.
It is the strongest measure yet to curb pollution for the Nov. 7-11 meeting in the capital, which has been enveloped by heavy smog over the past few days.
China's mines are the deadliest in the world because of lax enforcement of safety standards and a rush to feed demand from a robust economy
The current agitation in Indian-Held Kashmir is rooted in the struggle of the people for the exercise of the right of self-determination
Iraq, like Syria, was a consequence of World War One and of the infamous, in Arab eyes, agreement between Sir Mark Sykes and Francois-Georges Picot which led to the division of the former Ottoman Turkish domains by the two leading European powers, Britain and France
More than 36 million citizens are set to vote and choose among 29 political parties in Sunday's early general election.
60 % of French prisoners are Muslims “originally or culturally” according to French deputy Guillaume Larrive
Red flags bearing the logo of Italy's largest union, the CGIL, waved over town squares as thousands of people rallied behind the group's call for job creation and job security
Merkel's remarks come after EU leaders summit in Brussels to discuss future of 28-nation bloc
Russia will, carefully and timely, carry out all its responsibilities of delivering natural gas to Europe, Vladimir Putin has said
The German and Dutch foreign ministers have signed a deal on the disputed coastal waters of Ems River
Many then said that Akhmetov - ever the prudent businessman - was cautiously weighing the shifting sands in a volatile situation that had caught him and others by surprise.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Syrian opposition fighters and Iraqi Kurds are legitimate forces fighting against ISIL.
Saturday Mothers, whose first sit-in to protest the disappearance of their loved ones, bring justice to governmental officials responsible for disappearanceson 27 May 1995, reaches up week 500
MERS killed one person in Turkey earlier this month
Letters containing yellow substance were delivered to Istanbul consulates on Friday; 25 held for medical observation
Death toll of traffic accident in Turkey’s western province of Afyon rises to eight.
The Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism is continuing its policy of preventing the entry of Syrian cultural heritage into Turkey
Turkish actors, singers and artists are using their profile and fame to listen to the country's Kurdish community as Turkey tries to heal the wounds from recent street protests.
The European Union is in discussions to grant €70 million to Turkey to help it cope with the massive influx of Syrian refugees on its territory
Pope Francis has said he wanted to overcome the obstacles between the Catholic and Orthodox churches during his upcoming Turkey visit in November
Turkey's President said that Syrian Kurdish militants have agreed to accept 1,300 Free Syrian Army troops in Kobani.
Two sheriff's deputies killed in a shooting spree that started in a motel parking lot in Sacramento, authorities said.
The violence at Marysville-Pilchuck High School marked the latest in a series of deadly shooting rampages at American schools that have played a central role in a national debate over gun laws
Amnesty International urged Washington to bring policing practices into line with international standards.
Health officials emphasized that the virus is not airborne but is spread through direct contact with bodily fluids from an infected person who is showing symptoms.
Herrera, who was extradited to the United States in 2012, pleaded guilty in March to three counts of hostage-taking
Colorectal cancer is the leading cancer in males followed by leukemia and prostate cancer, according to the registry.
"Egypt is fighting an existential war," al-Sisi said, going on to say that his country will take "measures" along border with the Gaza Strip following the attack
In Kasserine, campaign posters plastered on walls make plain what many voters want from Sunday's parliamentary election -- jobs, whose scarcity has fuelled unrest and militancy.
The bombing struck outside a hotel in central Mogadishu, gunfire was also heard at the scene of the attack
Egypt declared a three-month state of emergency in parts of the northern Sinai Peninsula following a deadly attack at a military checkpoint that killed 33 soldiers
An explosion rocked an army checkpoint in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula, leaving 30 soldiers dead
Approximately 2.5 million people are expected to be severely food insecure between January and March of next year, according to OCHA, while malnutrition threatens the lives of tens of thousands of children in the troubled country.
India will buy at least 8,000 Spike missiles and more than 300 launchers in a deal worth 32 billion rupees ($525 million), the source
As pro-Russian separatists control more than half of the coal mines in Ukraine, government looks elsewhere to supply coal demand.
Business executives warn of an investment slowdown, while the government wants companies to diversify sales.
The money will be used to develop infrastructure, power distribution and business cooperation, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete said
The Palestinian youths pelted Israeli troops with stones and empty bottles, but the troops responded by firing teargas and birdshot, wounding ten Palestinians and making dozens of others experience temporary asphyxiation
Qatar has renounced deporting Muslim Brothers leaders, Egyptian media reported.
Ismail Radwan said that the new round of indirect negotiations will start on Monday in Cairo as scheduled
Soldiers exchanged heavy fire with the militants, whose exact affiliation was unclear, and had surrounded them by midday, security sources said
Kurdish media claimed the first units tomorrow to across Turkey's border, but news on when the peshmerga will start their passage is denied
Hamas said that two members had been detained in Bethlehem and two others in Hebron late Friday.
Jabbari had been sentenced to death in accordance "qisas" (eye for an eye) law after being found guilty of stabbing dead an older man with a kitchen knife seven years ago.
Police said on Twitter that the four youths had been detained for attacking soldiers with fire crackers and causing disturbances.
According to the sources, ten militants were killed and a number of others wounded in the airstrikes.