US judges the violation of self-imposed sanctions

The prosecutors in Turkey accused the former attorney for the southern district of New York Preet Bharara and the district’s current acting attorney, Joon H. Kim, of using illegally obtained information and documents from previous investigations in Turkey for an ongoing case in the US.

Turkish Premier visited London

When the hostess interrupted Yildirim saying; “But in the UK we don’t pass decrees in parliament here that conflict with basic human rights.” Yıldırım responded “Did you ever face a coup attempt where the Buckingham Palace was attacked by [your own] planes? Did you face this kind of thing? If you ever do, then we will see what you are going to do.

Rare addmission of Turkish hospitality to refugees by EU

Turkish officials must have it tough to determine whether to call it “better late than never” or “too little too late.” European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos on Monday hailed Turkey for its hospitality towards the millions of refugees that the country has been hosting for half a decade now.

EU-Turkey Deal: A Dead-Duck

If the EU insists upon the revision of Turkey’s anti-terror laws, while the country is fighting against terror groups such FETO, DAESH and the PKK/PYD, it will not be surprising to see a cancelation of the readmission agreement between Turkey and the EU.

Syrian National Dialogue Congress in Sochi postponed

President Erdogan warned that Turkey cannot share a platform with any terrorist organization which poses a threat to its national security, referring especially to YPG, which is the Syrian affiliate of the PKK terrorist organization.