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Gebriel Mabil was sitting at home in Bentiu, South Sudan, when the war found him, a lone bullet tearing through the wall striking his 7-year-old son in the jaw.
Palestinian Christians and pilgrims from around the world made their way down the cobbled Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem Friday, where Jesus Christ is believed to have walked to his crucifixion.
An Egyptian security official says an explosion has rocked a busy square in central Cairo, killing one police officer and causing panic.
The Mt. Scopus Botanical Gardens feature almost a third of the country’s 2,400 wildflower species, and a few surprises
President Barack Obama has signed legislation aimed at blocking Iran’s chosen ambassador to the United Nations but says he’s only treating it as guidance.
Amid hostage crisis controversy, US leader endorses ban of any representative ‘engaged in terrorist activity’
Alarming signs are coming from a series of statements issued recently by significant political personalities in Europe in terms of the change
In August this year, there will be ballot boxes stationed in Europe for the Turkish presidential elections.
For decades, Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MİT) has been a feared institution in the eyes of leftists, Kurds and religious conservatives.
‘Cyprus was a symbol of nationalistic propaganda in Turkey. This has started to change,’ Greek Cypriot negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis said
There are two Turkeys as this last local elections have once more shown us. In one, of coruse, women vote. In the other Turkey, unfortunately, men vote on behalf of women…
Turkey has reunited with more artifacts taken from the country, after U.S.-based Kyoko Schmidt returned two amphoras that his wife had taken to the U.S. in 1965
PM Erdoğan is planning a tour of European countries throughout May in an attempt to woo the nearly 2.6 million Turks living abroad
Turkish women constitute only a quarter of the country’s 27 million-strong working population, new figures have shown, prompting calls for a change in social attitudes.
“Under today’s circumstances,” said President Abdullah Gül, “I don’t have any political plan for the future.”
Galatasaray Liv Hospital is on the brink of elimination after suffering a second defeat in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Top 8 playoffs on April 17.
Fenerbahçe may clinch the Turkish title, but the focus is not on the championship, with the e-ticket controversy and Chairman Aziz Yıldırım’s prison sentence dominating the headlines
The results from two different surveys surfaced last week. Both show the attitude of Turks towards the European Union (EU).
After months of silence, Turkey’s silent powerhouse has gradually shown signs of opening itself up to the public again