Turkey’s Vice President Fuat Oktay says Turkish Cypriots have rights to the resources in eastern Mediterranean and a new Turkish drilling ship, Yavuz, will operate in the area soon.
The current standoff between the US and Iran represents the symbiosis of hard military assets and cyber escalation.
Tensions are increasing again over the search for gas and oil in the Mediterranean as Turkey plans to start drilling near Cyprus.
President Erdogan says Ankara will soon clear Syria’s borders with Turkey of terrorists, allowing around 4 million Syrians to return home.
The resignation comes a day after People's Party announced its withdrawal from the coalition government in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Greek Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades' decision comes after justice minister resigned amid criticism of police for mistakes in following up on the disappearances of some of the women and girls that an army captain claims to have killed.
Police search for more victims of a suspected serial killer amid mounting public accusations that authorities bungled investigations and failed to heed concern about the safety of women.
With three fronts potentially encroaching on its oil and gas-rich waters, Lebanon has few options for international arbitration.
The US administration has dropped any pretence of following diplomatic norms or international law and Ankara has called them on it every step of the way.
The European Parliament's resolution on Turkey's European Union accession talks reads more like a personal attack than a research-based text.
One of the terrorists who killed at least 50 people at two mosques had several Islamophobic names and dates of war against Muslims inscribed on his gun, while Turks were shown as one of the main targets.
The parliament has called on Turkey to halt constructing a nuclear power plant and consult Greece and Greek Cypriots for negotiations.
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