Main opposition CHP urges ‘peace-oriented’ foreign policy

Main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu on Jan. 15 criticized the government’s foreign policy and urged a more “peace-oriented foreign policy” based on Turkey’s intermediator role in the Middle East. “We need to make foreign policy peace-oriented....

Germany begins withdrawing troops from Turkish air base

Germany began on July 9 to pull its troops out of a Turkish air base where they have supported international operations against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) following a row with...

Several Turkish soldiers killed in major PKK attack

Several Turkish soldiers were killed on Sept. 6 in a major attack in the southeastern province of Hakkari conducted by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), marking a crescendo in a deadly stream of...

UN, EU urge Israel to stop demolition of Bedouin village in West Bank

The European Union and the United Nations have called on the Israeli regime to halt its plan to raze a village belonging to Palestinian Bedouin families in the occupied West Bank, saying such actions...

Prince Andrew took flight on Epstein private jet with Russian model

In 1999, prince and Anna Malova were among nine people on previously undisclosed flight from the US Virgin Islands to Florida Jon Swaine in New York – The Guardian Prince Andrew took a previously undisclosed flight...

Coronavirus: inquiry opens into hospitals at centre of Italy outbreak

Investigation begins amid reports doctors delayed testing ‘super-spreader’ Angela Giuffrida in Rome and Peter Beaumont in London  - The  Guardian A police officer wearing a protective mask speaks with a motorist at a yellow zone quarantine...

US pushes N Korea towards confrontation, stronger nuclear potential – ministry

The upcoming trip by the United States President Barack Obama to the Pacific region will only intensify the confrontation and instigate a nuclear arms race, said a spokesman for the North Korean Foreign Ministry...

HK police say violent protesters forced use of water cannon, warning shot

AFP -Hong Kong police on Monday said they were forced to fire water cannon and a warning shot to fend off "extremely violent" demonstrators, as months of pro-democracy protests veer deeper into violence. Sunday's clashes...

Republicans oppose healthcare plans leaving party without majority

Two more Republican senators say they oppose their party's replacement for President Obama's health reforms, leaving leaders short of a majority. Mike Lee and Jerry Moran both announced they could not support the bill in...

Turkey to propose EU ‘CoE formula’ for visa liberalization

Turkey will submit a position paper to launch a visa liberalization dialogue with the EU. The draft document has proposed to conduct the issue about the anti-terrorism law through the “formula of a working...

Moody’s rises Turkey’s growth rate forecast

International credit ratings agency Moody's on Nov. 14 upgraded Turkey's economic growth forecast owing to the country's growth-friendly fiscal policy. "Turkey's recovery is stronger than previously expected, but aggressive stimulus and the U.S. sanctions threat pose risk,"...

NGO: 25% of New Jerusalem Homes Built in Occupied East

About 25 percent of new Israeli houses being built in Jerusalem in the first half of 2014 were in the city's annexed east, an Israeli NGO said on Sunday. Jerusalem city council published a statement...

Pentagon: US Ready to Expedite Humanitarian Aid Flow to Syrian Rukban Camp

On Monday, Head of the Russian center for Syrian reconciliation Lt. Gen. Sergei Kuralenko said in a news briefing that Russia has offered the command of the US military contingent based in Syria's At...

Provocations against Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Crimea highly possible – Russian FM

There is information about the possible provocations against the Russian Black Sea fleet that are being prepared in Ukrainain Crimea, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday. "There are reports that a series of...

Greek court rejects Turkish extradition request

A Greek court has rejected a Turkish extradition request for a young woman who was among nine suspected Turkish militants arrested in Athens ahead of an official visit by Turkey’s president late last year. The...

Sweden raises threat level, launches manhunt

Sweden has raised its threat level to "high" as the country's security services launched a manhunt for a man suspected of planning a terrorist attack. Denmark and Norway have also raised their threat levels. Acting...

Republicans blast Kerry for suggesting Iran could skirt new visa rules

FoxNews.com Republicans on Monday blasted Secretary of State John Kerry for suggesting in a letter to his Iranian counterpart that the administration could help the country get around new visa restrictions passed by Congress. “Instead of...

US and Argentina to work together against Hezbollah

US Secretary of State Tillerson and Argentine Foreign Minister Faurie agree to combat organized crime in Argentina, which raises funds for Hezbollah; 'We need to attack and eliminate' Hezbollah's terror activity in Argentina, Tillerson...

Obama gives green light for NUKE UPGRADE to US bombers amid Second Cold War...

BARACK Obama has given the go-ahead for US armed forces to fit digital-targeting nuclear bombs onto its air crafts as tensions mount between Washington and Russian forces. By Charlie Bayliss The B-2 Sprit bomber is set...

Iran nuclear talks: Parties officially upbeat, but is failure an easier sell?

Despite years of haggling and less than six weeks before a Nov. 24 deadline to strike a deal, negotiators' positions at the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna this week are still far apart. By Scott...