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UN, EU, China, Turkey call for reducing tensions
The report noted that the majority of the arrests against refugees took place in Istanbul that is considered the main destination for refugees due to the availability of work opportunities.
For peace in region, relationships with Egypt must be ameliorated, Kılıçdaoğlu said
Turkey is facing political and financial sanctions that will be declared in the upcoming hours, the High Representative of EU for Foreign Affairs, Federica Mogherini, said during a meeting for EU Foreign Ministers held in Brussels.
FM Cavusoglu, urged Greek Cypriot government to accept cooperation plan on drilling
Ankara says US-based Muslim cleric, Fethullah Gulen, masterminded failed coup on July 15, 2016
EU says that Turkey’s actions are unacceptable escalation, threatens sanctions
Egypt was capable to be ranked as the 10th strongest military power in the world in 2018, and this year according to (GFP), the Egyptian armed forces is the 12th globally.
UN call for conflicting sides in Libya to de-escalate violence, return to negotiating table
Through a statement from the MP’s office, Zain asked İmamoğlu to face members of the outlawed Brotherhood group, who are based in the city, and suspend all their activities, in addition to blocking all media channels they use to attack Egypt.
Six Turkish sailors released after being detained by LNA forces
Foreign workers suffer servitude in Qatar, while refugees in Turkey live in poor conditions, says Okeil
March elections declared invalid following narrow victory of opposition candidate
‘Both Mohammed bin Salman, his US allies will prevent this from happening at UN,’ says Professor
Erdogan has held the Egyptian state responsible for the death of former President Mohamed Morsi last Monday
Turkish government claims supporters within military of exiled Muslim cleric were behind failed coup in 2016
Syria’s Russian-backed military has been pressing an assault on rebels in their last major stronghold with air attacks and ground battles that have already forced tens of thousands to leave their homes.
DW – Acting United States Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan on Friday wrote to his Turkish counterpart, warning him of the consequences Ankara would face if it did not step back from a deal to buy a Russian air defence system. The US considers the S-400 air defence system a threat to NATO’s F-35 fighter jet programme. …
The countries of the eastern Mediterranean are on course for some choppy waters. Following Turkey’s announcement on May 6, that its ships would continue to explore for oil and gas in an area of the sea that Cyprus considers to be part of its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). The move was denounced by the Cypriot …
Everything will be good, says official winner Ekrem Imamoglu
Egypt warned against intentions of Turkey to begin drilling activities in a maritime area west of Cyprus, according to a Saturday statement issued by Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The statement added that Egypt is following the development, warning against the effects of any unilateral actions on security and stability in the Eastern Mediterranean region. …
Calls followed Qatar’s Foreign Minister’s demand to impose arms embargo on LNA
Unofficial results show Erdogan’s party’s victory in overall voting
Turkish market ranks first in list of countries importing Egyptian chemical products
Saudi Arabia admitted murder of its prominent journalist after 18 days
Adana agreement was suspended since launch of Syrian uprising in 2011
Senior officials of both countries agreed on “fighting terrorism, liberating Syria”
Number of committee’s members should be 150
Turkish president has vowed to launch new offensive against Kurdish fighters in Syria soon
Move came after one month of incident