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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish Prime Minister Binali Y'ld'r'm Discuss Political Relations

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected today to accept Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. In a televised interview, he signaled that Ankara is ready to take a real step towards improving

Trumps Properties have Brought New Accusations of Conflicts of Interest

Sixty-four trade organizations, foreign governments, Republican candidates, and others have stayed or held events at properties related to US President Donald Trump in his first year of office, a

Turkish President, Jordanian King Unite Against US President

ISTANBUL, PAKISTAN - The news of the United States' intention to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel dominated talks Wednesday between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and King

About 300 IS members detained in Turkey

Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 2 By Rufiz Hafizoglu – Trend: Over the past ten days, 283 members of the Islamic State (IS) were detained in Turkey, the Turkish Central Police Department said in a

Rights activists face trial over terror charges in Turkey

ISTANBUL, Turkey - Facing terror charges, 11 human rights activists, including two senior Amnesty International officials, have gone on trial in Istanbul. The group stands to face up to 15

Turkish Court Remands German Journalist in Custody Over Terrorism Charges

ANKARA - A German journalist went on trial for terrorism charges in Turkey on Wednesday, saying she was innocent and demanding her immediate release, in a case that has damaged already sour

Ties between U.S. and Turkey worsen, visa services suspended

ISTANBUL, Turkey - After Turkish authorities arrested a U.S. Consulate employee of Turkish nationality for alleged links to the network of U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, who the Turkish

Turkish President’s Speech in New York witnesses violence

NEW YORK, U.S. - Controversial Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s speech in New York witnessed scenes of violence after protesters disrupted his speech, being delivered in Turkish,

Writer who recognizes Armenian Genocide may be handed to Turkey

PanARMENIAN.Net - A Turkish-born German writer facing extradition from Spain to Turkey, which accuses him of "terrorism", on Wednesday, August 30 urged Madrid not to send him to a

Germany needs open dialogue with Turkey, says expert

Due to the fact that Turkey is the only country that can stop the refugee inflow to Germany, Berlin needs an immediate open dialogue with Ankara, Gungor Gokdag, columnist of the Turkish ZedLife

A year after the failed coup, an ever powerful Erdogan marks first anniversary with series of events

ISTANBUL, Turkey - Marking a year of the failed coup that rattled Turkey and led to the death of 260 people and left 2,196 injured, the country held a series of events to mark the first

Activists carrying LGBT banners attend Istanbul gay pride, encounter violent police as dozens beaten and arrested

ISTANBUL, Turkey - For the third year in a row, authorities in Istanbul banned the gay price parade and despite the ban, thousands of people turned up for the march. > BNN However, the

Turkey describes Japan as major economic partner in Asia-Pacific

Tokyo [Japan], June 22 (ANI): In a first ministerial level visit in almost 14 years, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is in Japan for a state visit who has described Japan as Ankara's

Turkey-EU updating Customs Union: what advantages await Ankara?

Baku, Azerbaijan, June 13 By Rufiz Hafizoglu – Trend: Today, on June 13, Turkey and the European Union are starting negotiations on updating the Customs Union. For Turkey, these negotiations

Trump, Erdogan seek to strengthen ties: White House

President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, discussed ways to strengthen the Turkish-American relationship during their first face-to-face, the White House said after

After social media sites, now Turkey blocks online encyclopedia Wikipedia

ANKARA, Turkey - After temporarily blocking social media websites including Facebook and Twitter in the past, Turkey has now blocked all access to the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia inside the

Erdogan Becomes Dictator by Climbing up Ladder of Democracy!

The constitutional referendum in Turkey was held at a time when its outcome was promising for neither side, even for President Erdogan who won the contest. Now the post-plebiscite situation in

Turkey hands its President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping powers, country marks the beginning of a new era

ANKARA, Turkey - On Sunday, in the crucial referendum aimed at letting Turkey decide whether its President Recep Tayyip Erdogan should gain sweeping powers - and the country did decide. >

Turks deeply polarized as Erdogan stands on the verge of gaining supreme power

ISTANBUL, Turkey - A day before the crucial referendum, that would grant the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan supreme powers - Turks are said to be deeply polarized.BNN On Sunday,

Erdogan Aide: Germany Supports Cleric Behind Coup Attempt

ANKARA, TURKEY - Doubts expressed by Germany's spy agency regarding the role of a U.S.-based cleric in last year's coup attempt in Turkey are proof that Berlin supports the organization

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