On Wednesday, the presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran will meet on Wednesday in Russia’s coastal city of Sochi to …
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is to give its verdict on Nov. 22 on former Bosnian …
A court in Izmir sentenced the lawyer of Fetullah Gulen, the leader of Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO), to 12 years in prison. The lawyer Feti Un was slapped a sentence of eight years in jail initially, but it has now been increased to 12 years in accordance to the Counterterror Act.
The Gulf kingdom claimed on Monday that it had “detected” an “advanced” cyber-attack targeting the government’s different agencies. The kingdom’s National Cyber Security Center, which is affiliated to the Interior Ministry said the attack involved the use of “PowerShell control software.”
In what could amount to confirmation of Turkish apprehensions, PKK/PYD terrorists on Monday attacked Turkish armed forces’ observation point in Idlib.
Head of the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) and the chief inspector of schools, Amanda Spielman, announced that Britain’s primary school inspectors would question girls who wear the Muslim headscarf at school.
On his visit to Canada, EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik said during the 9th annual Halifax International Security Forum in Canada that the commander under whom the Norwegian civilian worked must be investigated.
The move to invite PYD seemed an unnecessary hitch that has the potential to trouble the warming relations between Turkey and Russia. Cavusoglu stated that the participation of the terrorist group in the Syrian National Dialogue Congress would be unacceptable for Turkey. “Our sensitivity about PYD/YPG is obvious,” he added.
Germany, Sweden, Japan and the European Union offered their strong support to Bangladesh over the Rohingya issue.
The UN has warned that the ongoing blockade by the Saudi-led coalition will aggravate starvation and put millions of lives …