World Bulletin/News Desk
115 more Syrians, including one injured person and military personnel, have entered Turkey on Saturday after fleeing clashes in their country.
115 Syrians, including one injured person, 20 soldiers and their families, entered Turkey via Kusakli, Kavalcik and Bukulmez villages of the southern town of Reyhanli.
Syrians whose majority are women and children would be sent to Sanliurfa province while Syrian soldiers and their families would get sent to the Apaydin camp in southern province of Hatay.
The number of Syrians in camps in Turkey is more than 30,000.
16 policemen killed, 13 others injured in Friday's clash southwest of Cairo, according to Egypt's interior ministry
Turkey, Russia agreed to remove all trade restrictions, both countries' ministers say
Turkish security forces used drones to locate terrorists in rural area of Hakkari province
If America issues arrest warrants for my bodyguards, I will not say that country is civilized, Turkish president says
Turkish president criticizes Donald Trump's policy regarding Muslims
Central government's gross debt stock climbs 2.68 pct last month compared to August, says Treasury
Airstrikes were carried out in Bingol province, military says
Turkish, Russian leaders agree to cooperate closely on regional issues in phone call
39 former police officers were remanded in custody in Ankara
Resat Petek says international organizations should attend cases relating to coup attempt
Foreign Ministry source denies claims that embassies of several European countries have stopped giving visas to Turks
Portuguese FM Silva says Joint Economic, Trade Commission meeting to take place in Lisbon, calls for boosting trade volume
Turkey-Russia parliamentary friendship group head Recai Berber says Russia is not Turkey's rival but partner
Over 5,000 new businesses started in September, a 36 pct year-on-year rise
Turkey’s economic influence is bigger than other member countries, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif says
BIST 100 index rises 0.30 pct while US dollar/Turkish lira rate stands at 3.6620