After Trump’s racist remarks, John Feeley,the U.S. ambassador to Panama resigned. The American diplomats in Africa are trying to clean the air polluted by Trump.
Here are the main topics World Bulletin's English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, Jan. 02, 2018.
Ongoing Syrian civil war, displacement of myriad Rakhine Muslims, North Korean missile tests are among key events that made headlines the world over
There was a great stir in the hall. After concluding my speech, while my foreign colleagues were objecting in their own language, those listening to the speech in Turkish were constantly changing channels, following the discussion with curiosity.
Dolmabahce Palace most popular site for visitors to sultans' homes
Some events from the history
Fakhri Pasha or Umar Fakhr ud-Din Pasha (1868–1948) was the commander of Ottoman army and governor of Medina from 1916 to 1919. He was nicknamed “the Lion of the Desert” and “Tiger of the Desert” by the British for his patriotism in Medina.
We had talked about the connection of Steve Bannon, who wants to direct the U.S.’s Republican Party to a more rightist (and more pro-Israel) line, with the racist, anti-migrant, anti-Islam parties in European Union countries.
Incident occurred when group of Jews entered Jericho to visit historic synagogue
Holy books were discovered during ongoing renovation of West Bank’s Omar bin al-Khattab Mosque
Pakistan's former foreign minister speaks at event to celebrate 70 years of Pakistan-Turkey diplomatic relations
With its Kazakh Palace-style architecture, Khazret Sultan Mosque in Astana has been attracting tourists since 2012
Terrorist organizations targeting youth to bring them into their ranks, says chairman of Moro Islamic Liberation Front
On November 9, 1993, one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in Balkans was deliberately destroyed by Croats during the Croat–Bosniak War
Spokesman for Palestinian resistance group addresses seminar in capital Ankara
In recent years, Timbuktu's libraries and manuscripts have been mentioned so often, but how such works could be accumulated and transferred to the present day in a desert city, in the middle of Africa? Esra Çifçi wrote Timbuktu, Africa’s scholarly center.
New dates ‘still being determined by authorities’
The developments that took place after July 15 have gained a new dimension, with rumors about possible U.S. relations with coup-makers and discussions about the dark links of an employee under the name of consular contact officer. In fact, even if that person was not revealed, it is estimated that at least certain U.S. representatives in Turkey were involved in the coup attempt.