It's been 100 days since a hit squad sent from Riyadh killed journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Amnesty International Turkey on Thursday called for an international probe into his murder.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian Premier Vladimir Putin met 13 times and had eight phone conversations in 2018, making significant progress in strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries.
Apple and Cargill, the US technology and agriculture companies, are being heavily impacted by the trade war between Washington and Beijing.
With the US withdrawal from northern Syria, Russia’s role in the ultimate settlement of the Syrian war and its ability to restrict Iranian influence will carry enormous importance for both its allies and enemies.
Former high-profile officials of the Israeli administration suggest Tel Aviv should remain silent on Riyadh’s agenda in Yemen and the Khashoggi killing for potential profits.
Former Real Madrid soccer stars Kaka of Brazil and Portuguese playmaker Luis Figo were recently denied visas to the country for a promotional visit, Pakistan's information minister said, highlighting the nation's laborious visa process.
From increased trade connectivity with Europe to construction of energy pipelines and some room for political optimism - this is some of the progress in Afghanistan that hasn't been making headlines.
Saudi Arabia's criticism of the US Senate resolution is unconvincing and is a sign that US-Saudi relations could be further tested under a Democrat-led Congress next year.
Turkish president says that Jamal Khashoggi's killing is not something to be put aside, and the subject is clear in all aspects.
In June of last year, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain collectively severed ties with Doha, accusing it of supporting terrorism.
The claim by the Israeli government that it has just found tunnels inside its territory is about internal politics rather than security. Israel's tunnel vision is about Netanyahu as much as it is about Hezbollah
Prime Minister Theresa May's government looks unlikely to win parliament's backing for the plan she has agreed with the EU to leave on March 29.
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