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Known for kidnapping, public stonings, lashings and executions, the Islamic State (IS) is now expanding into tourism, taking jihadists on honeymoon and civilians to visit other parts of its “caliphate”.
An Al-Jazeera journalist whose jailing triggered global outrage has donated 15,000 Egyptian pounds to a fund initiated by the president to boost Egypt’s ailing economy, his brother said on Thursday.
A circumcision ceremony held in the midst of ancient monuments at the ETİ Archeology Museum stirs controversy
The High Elections Board (YSK) has banned a news program from broadcasting on the private Bugün TV news station for “including only one-sided opinions,” according to daily Bugün.
Turkish PM Erdoğan has described Islamic Scholar Fethullah Gülen as a ‘false prophet’ without naming him, which comes as the latest move in the dispute between the government and the Gülen’s Movement
In the opening session of the Geneva II talks the Syrian foreign minister stormed the conference, bitterly accusing ‘foreign powers’ of their responsibility over the ongoing civil war
The draft makes necessary to receive the PM’s approval before trying senior army officers
Three former international prosecutors have accused Syria of large-scale killing and torture in a report based on evidence of a defector
Turkish President Abdullah Gül keeps pressing for a way out of the political crisis in the country despite the opposition’s refusal to keep cooperating on a constitutional change
Yesterday, the Hürriyet Daily News reported about a recent warning by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan to all ambassadors of Turkey who were gathered in Ankara for an annual “envoy’s conference.”
The decision was taken after the current mayor of Istanbul’s Şişli district failed to repay loans worth $3.5 mln taken out in 1998, daily Hürriyet reports
At last, the Kurdish movement had found an interlocutor who gave hope of a political solution and peace.
No parallel organization within state can be tolerated, particularly inside judiciary: President Gül
President Abdullah Gül has expressed his concerns over claims relayed by several high-level officials of a ‘gang within the state’ aiming to topple the government
The Turkish government believes that ties with the EU could be further boosted during the rotating presidency of Greece and Italy in 2014
What has happened in Turkey in the past 10 days is just mind-boggling.
European Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Füle welcomed the annulation of the bill obliging those carrying out investigations to inform superiors
Turkey’s main opposition leader has raised the pressure on the government over the massive graft probe
Eight leading US-based technology companies Dec 9 called on Washington to overhaul its surveillance laws following revelations of online eavesdropping by Snowden