Government says it will not be strong-armed into signing cease-fire deal
Rumi's Mathnawi poem has been translated into 25 languages by the Konya municipality
Turkish cell phone operator receives GSM Association award for efforts to help Syrian refugees
Both countries will reevaluate economic cooperation in a number of sectors, Turkey's economy minister says
Turkey commemorates the anniversary of the death of former prime minister Necmettin Erbakan.
West Bank family appeals for Turkey's help obtaining Israeli permission for Turkish wife's return to Hebron
International law considers all settlements to be illegal, but Israel distinguishes between those it has authorised and those built without official permission.
Report comes amid expectations of state-level report rumored to be critical of PM’s handling of 2014 Gaza War
"A projectile fired from the Gaza Strip hit an open area...in southern Israel," a military statement said.
Trump's recent remarks on a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict have evoked great responses
More than 600 people in Poland have learnt Turkish at Yunus Emre Institute since 2013, institute's Warsaw chairman says
Until the final minute, the film industry's biggest night had run smoothly, and was marked by plenty of political statements, mainly jabs at President Donald Trump, and light-hearted jokes from host Jimmy Kimmel.
Tekebayev's arrest sparked protests around the Central Asian country, as his supporters blasted the accusations against him as "a fabrication".
Last year 1.5 billion smartphones were sold around the world, according to research firm Gartner.
No group has yet claimed responsibility for attacks
Iraqi forces are fighting to drive ISIL militants from western Mosul
The rate of loan growth to firms and consumers is a closely-watched indicator for the economic outlook.
Index sees rise of 6.8 pct from January to February, according to Turkish Statistical Institute
Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover Monday, Feb. 27, 2017
Barrow told the crowd at his swearing-in he would probe human rights abuses under Jammeh's mercurial and despotic rule spanning 22 years.
South African police say there has been a surge in the illegal slaughter of the animals since last year, with thousands of hides found hidden in warehouses and backyards.
Morocco and the Polisario fought for control of the Western Sahara from 1974 to 1991, with Rabat taking over the desert territory before a UN-brokered ceasefire in the former Spanish colony.
The blaze began early in the morning, sending thick plumes of smoke billowing over the Somali capital as flames devoured market stalls whose hodge-podge placement made it difficult for firefighters to contain the inferno.
Such rescue operations "should be reevaluated", Fabrice Leggeri told Germany's Die Welt daily, also accusing the groups of not effectively cooperating with security agencies against human traffickers.
Jasek was reportedly making a film about the persecution of local Christians in Sudan when he was arrested
UNHCR said refugees have reported walking for five to seven days to reach Sudan's border state like White Nile, and that 90 percent of the new arrivals there are women and children.
The region has seen rising violence as the result of a conflict between the FPRC and a rival group, the Union for Peace in Central Africa (UPC).
Bomber targets outpost in Constantine
Without mentioning any paid ransom, local police spokesman confirms release of duo abducted Wednesday in NW Kaduna state
The Pentagon has sent the White House its new plans to defeat ISIL
State Councillor Yang Jiechi will meet senior American officials on Monday and Tuesday to discuss "bilateral ties and issues of common concern", the foreign ministry announced late Sunday.
A ministry official said Foreign Secretary S.Jaishankar would travel to Washington on Tuesday for a "wide-ranging bilateral discussion", without giving further details.
From securing US borders to modernizing its infrastructure or slashing environmental regulations, the major themes of Trump's first weeks in office are expected to loom large.
The secretary of the Navy serves as the chief executive officer for both the Navy and the Marine Corps.
Vandals have broken and overturned more than 500 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia,
Moscow is turning blind eye to regime ceasefire violations, Syrian opposition figure tells Anadolu Agency from Geneva
The deal between Aramco and Malaysia's Petronas for the $27 billion project will be signed on Tuesday, the prime minister said.
For the past few days players past and present have been franticly "briefing reporters, providing leaks, and besmirching their opponents, some directly and some obliquely," as Maariv daily put it on Monday.
Around 30 people still trapped under rubble, says a civil defense official
Authorities say "terrorist bombing" struck a police bus in eastern Bahrain
Tasnim news agency said the Dehlaviyeh, a laser-guided missile, had also been successfully tested.
Opposition fighters declare capture of Tadif town from Bashar al-Assad regime
Bangladesh becomes 114th nation to recognize sovereignty of former Serbian province
Movement for Rights and Freedoms' decision to select Attack party candidates criticized
The scheme has proven so successful that Bulgarian gangs are now also targeting neighbouring Greece, where people have been stashing even bigger sums in their homes following the financial crisis.
The constitutional changes are needed and normal for Turkey, says Bejtulla Demiri of International Balkan University
Interior Ministry also says 32 others remanded in custody for aiding PKK terror group
Turkish president receives Masoud Barzani in Istanbul, but no press statement released after closed meeting
Criticizing Greek defense minister's rhetoric on Kardak islets, Mevlut Cavusoglu adds that Turkey values ties with Greece
Clashes in occupied Karabakh region intensified over the weekend
The decision, implementing a November UN resolution, comes with North Korea in the international spotlight after the assassination in Kuala Lumpur airport of Kim Jong-Nam, the estranged half-brother of leader Kim Jong-Un.
Park Geun-Hye was elected in 2012 with the highest vote share of any presidential candidate in South Korea's democratic era.
Construction workers and contractors were among those arrested on suspicion of negligence that caused the blaze, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
RCEP is seen as a more modest deal that calls for lower and more limited regulatory standards.
Former managers at semi-private Oceanbank accused of allowing $88 million to disappear
Suspected extremist group member blamed for explosion near gov’t building in West Java in critical condition
Interim South Korean leader Hwang Kyo-ahn refuses to extend special prosecution's probe into presidential scandal
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend ECO summit this Wednesday, March 1
Fillon, the former frontrunner whose bid has been thrown into turmoil by a corruption investigation, also said his campaign events were being disrupted "every day" by far-left activists.
Georgian citizens will be able to travel to EU's Schengen zone for 90 days on biometric passports
New Movement for the Future to all represent minorities, party leader says
Conservative presidential candidate says France is marred by 'quasi-civil war' atmosphere during campaign
The Geneva-based body was holding its first meeting with Washington's seat occupied by an envoy from President Donald Trump's government.
Le Pen, speaking at a rally in the western city of Nantes, launched a series of attacks on the 39-year-old independent who has emerged as a frontrunner to become France's next leader.
Trump's State Department has not yet named a replacement for Obama's envoy Keith Harper at the UNHRC
Migrants from the EU living in the UK are under the microscope as the lower House of Commons scrutinize the Brexit bill
Marking 3rd anniversary of Russian annexation, Petro Poroshenko decries illegal occupation of Ukrainian territory