Turkey is a US ally and a NATO member, but under President Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy, Ankara has shown the capacity to go its own way if necessary.
Istanbul and other cities’ harbours, shorelines and swathes of seawater have been blanketed by the viscous greyish substance, some of which is suffocating life on the seabed.
Selman Bozkir, a senior member of the PKK terrorist organisation in charge of Iraq's Makhmour region, was 'neutralised' by Turkey's National Intelligence Organization on Saturday, President Erdogan announces on social media.
Ankara has started to work on concrete projects with a focus on action and cooperation with the Greek side, and the two countries agreed on 25 items in the list of areas of cooperation, Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu says.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says at the first International Media and Islamophobia Symposium that efforts to prevent Islamophobia play important role in peace and security of humanity.
Use of phrase “anti-Semitism” should not be employed to cover up Israel’s ethnic, religious and cultural cleansing policies in Palestine, Turkish Foreign Ministry says.
Palestine will continue to be subjected to massacre as long as the global community does not punish Israel, Turkey's President Erdogan tells Pope Francis in phone call, as death toll in blockaded Gaza soars to 200.
If the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation does not take a “concrete” stance against Israeli attacks on Palestine, it will discredit its own existence, says Turkish president.
Clashes at Islam's third-holiest site and around East Jerusalem, which injured at least 205 Palestinians and 17 police officers, came amid mounting anger over the potential eviction of Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers.
In contrast to Turkey, much of the Arab countries surveyed don’t view Iranian or Saudi influence in the region positively.
President Erdogan announces restrictions, closing businesses and schools and limiting travel for nearly three weeks starting from Thursday to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections and deaths.
Turkey's President Erdogan says US President Biden's "unfounded" statement on 1915 events has a "destructive impact" on Turkey-US ties, calling on Biden to turn back from "this wrong step as soon as possible."
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