President Erdoğan attends the Inauguration Ceremony of the New Higher Education Academic Year
On Wednesday, the highest court of the United Nations ordered for the U.S. to lift some of its sanctions that might hurt the import of humanitarian goods or services or adversely affect the safety of civil aviation on Iran.
EU fault lines panel discussed the post-Brexit era, a rising Germany and Chinese influence on EU
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu repeated Turkey’s call to extradite high profile FETO members in Cambodia.
To Deputy Minister Mustafa Saran, Turkey’s biggest problem in education is a practical one. Saran stated, “Do you know where the problem is? It is in practice.”
Turkey and Germany set to improve bilateral relations.
UEFA decision is sparking doubt and speculation amid football fans across Europe.
During a panel held at SETA Istanbul in cooperation with Al Jazeera, leading academics discussed the challenges and opportunities in Turkish foreign policy.
With a plethora of fingers accusing Trump of having entered office with Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections, his timorous forebodings of a potential Chinese interference in U.S. midterms gains new meaning.
During his speech at the UN General Assembly, President Erdogan re-iterated his call for systematic reform within the United Nations.