Prior to the June general elections in Turkey, the PKK once again elected AKP targets to murder.
A report written by Sertac Timur Demir and published by the SETA Foundation analyzes how the international media portrays the PKK terrorist organization.
Over the past four months, U.S.-backed YPG/PKK terror group has increased its occupation of Syrian lands from 25 percent to 28 percent.
Schools have been hit the hardest by the ongoing conflict in Syria since 2011, dealing a deadly blow to the education process in the war-torn country, according to an NGO.
Already fragile and heavily dependent on oil, the Iraqi economy has sustained great damage after the rise of Daesh.
A declaration signed by religious minority leaders in Turkey highlighted that recently political statements and news pervading public domain baselessly claimed that individuals of different religious affiliations and faiths were being restricted in their freedom to practice their respective religions in Turkey.
An 11-month-old baby and his mother were the latest victims of the PKK terrorist organization, which has murdered hundreds of children in its more than 30-year terror campaign against Turkey.
In June, Turkish security forces arrested around 174 Daesh suspects across Turkey, including senior operatives and foreign nationals.
Turkey’s famous musician Bulent Ortacgil spoke about how he sees “Turkey as a role model for other Muslim countries.”
SETA has published a report displaying how Germany has become the largest getaway for FETO members and how this will become a problem for the government.