President Erdoğan wows to be a part of Mosul operation and the negotiation table

Turkish President Erdoğan has woved that Turkey would be a part of Mosul operation and the negotiation table to follow. Within this scope Turkey has sent a delegation to Baghdad for talks in an effort to convince Iraq to reconsider its objection to the presence of Turkish troops in northern Iraq and let know Ankara is determined no to be excluded More...

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By Editor On Monday, October 17th, 2016
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Iraqi and coalition forces start operation to reclaim city of Mosul held by Islamic State

After months of preparation, Iraqi and coalition forces finally started an operation to reclaim Mosul the last major Iraqi city held by the Islamic State. Iraqi government forces began bombing Mosul on Monday, More...

By Editor On Saturday, October 15th, 2016
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Russian spokesman Peskov: “Cyberattack threats from USA against Russia are unprecedented”

The tension between USA and RUSSIA keeps warming up as high officials from both countires continue to exchange statements full of accusation and threats. Most recently Dmitry Peskov, presidential spokesman for More...

By Editor On Saturday, September 24th, 2016
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US-led coalition must prove it really wants to separate Al-Nusra Front from rebels – Lavrov

Russia will “no longer take seriously” requests that its own or Syrian forces make unilateral concessions regarding the ceasefire, without the Western coalition providing proof it’s trying to separate More...

By Editor On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
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Germany advises citizens not to make public political statements against the Turkish state while in Turkey

Turkey is obviously having a difficult time to keep its reputable image in the world due to recent troubles in the country and measures implemented. In fact, a piece of news about some advises made by Germany to More...

By Editor On Monday, July 25th, 2016
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International Olympic Committee rejects calls for a blanket ban on Russia at Rio 2016 Games

The International Olympic Committee has rejected calls for a blanket ban on Russia at the Rio 2016 Games, ruling that individual sports federations should decide whether Russian athletes are eligible to compete. Athletes More...

By Editor On Monday, July 25th, 2016
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Some football stars to leave Turkey while some stay after coup attempt

After the failed coup attempt on July 15th ssome footbal stars seem to be bady influenced, while some have already decided to stay in this country. We know Mario Gomez of Beşiktaş decided to leave and made an More...

By Editor On Friday, July 8th, 2016
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UEFA 2016: France beat Germany 2-0 to challenge Portugal for the title

Frenchmen showed a great performance against Germany which are supposed to be a very strong side and did not give their rivals a proper chance except for a few towards the end of the game when the score was 2-0 More...

By Editor On Thursday, July 7th, 2016
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UEFA 2016: Portugal beats Wales to qualify for the final game

Portugal sent Wales home yesterday and qualified for the final game to play against Germany or France – depending on the winner of the game on July 7th. Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani struck in quick succession More...

By Editor On Thursday, January 28th, 2016
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E. C. of Human Rights: “Turkey highest number of judgments re violations of freedom of expression in 2015”

It is reported that ECHR (European Court of Human Rights) has determined a violation of “freedom of expression” in 28 cases throughout 2015. Ten of these violations are supposed to have been committed More...

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