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Machinery accounts for 8% of Turkey’s total exports
Turkey’s EU affairs minister has said his country met most terms of a migrant deal, and it’s Europe’s turn to deliver on its promises. The EU insists Ankara must amend its terror laws to gain visa-free access to Europe.
At the 2016 Grand Prix Osijek Žito Challenge Cup, held in Croatia, Turkish artistic gymnast, Ümit Şamiloğlu, won gold on the horizontal bar, with a final score of 15,225.
A change in the constitution is likely what will decide the future of Turkey rather than who is the next prime minister
Turkey’s ruling party is set to hold an extraordinary congress to decide the fate of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. The past few weeks have seen increasing speculation and tension between Davutoglu and the president.
Journalists were subjected to continued violations in 2016, as governments attempt to curtail criticism
The father of a suspected “Islamic State” militant has been detained for DNA tests and questioning. Two police officers were killed and 22 people injured in a suicide attack in Gaziantep.
Diplomatic relations between Egypt and Turkey have been strained since the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in 2013
Angela Merkel is visiting Turkey with top EU officials in a bid to boost support for the bloc’s controversial migrant deal with Ankara. Human rights groups say the agreement is deeply flawed and should be reassessed.
Shoukry spoke on behalf of President Sisi at the Organisation of Islamic Countries conference
Topics such as Syrian and Palestinian cases, efforts to end the conflict in Yemen and Libya to be discussed at summit, says Foreign Ministry spokesperson
Russia has accused Turkey of using three humanitarian organizations to funnel weapons and supplies to IS and other jihadist groups in Syria. Moscow also called for Turkey close the porous border to extremists.
Amnesty International has accused Turkey of forcibly returning thousands of refugees to war-torn Syria. Ankara recently struck a deal with the EU to stem the flow of migrants into Europe
US President Obama has reaffirmed the US’s commitment to Turkey’s security, after a bomb attack in the frontline country. Meeting Turkish counterpart Erdogan in Washington Obama also touched on media freedom issues.
The agreement restricts refugees’ entrance to Europe, violates international law, says FM spokesperson
As part of the new deal between the EU and Turkey, the Greek government wants to bring thousands of refugees from its Aegean islands to the mainland. But shelters there are ill-prepared, as Panagiotis Kouparanis reports.
Ala identified the bomber as Mehmet Ozturk, who was born in 1992 in the southern Turkish town of Gaziantep, close to the Syrian border
Turkish Interior Minister Efkan Ala has said an “Islamic State” (IS) sympathizer carried out Istanbul’s deadly suicide bombing. The country has stepped up security during Newroz spring celebrations.
An explosion in the center of Istanbul’s busiest shopping area killed at least five people on Saturday, emptying the streets of Turkey’s largest city. Tom Stevenson reports from Istanbul.
Turkey is asking for visa-free access for its citizens to the EU’s passport-free Schengen area in exchange for Ankara’s concessions in handling the refugee situation. What would that mean, and what are the risks?
The EU and Turkey have sealed a deal to end the migrant flow. Turkey has agreed to take back all illegal migrants in Europe, and the EU has made membership concessions to Turkey. Andrea Rönsberg reports from Brussels.
Ahead of the EU-Turkey summit, Angela Merkel continues to aim for a pan-European solution to the refugee crisis. Some eastern EU states reject the agreement. They do not want to accept any refugees at all.
The government has concrete information about the terrorist organisation behind the Ankara attack, says Turkish PM
Is Turkey a safe place for illegal migrants? The UN warns the answer may be ‘no.’ Yet the EU needs to say ‘yes’ before it can go ahead with a plan that would have Turkey take back all illegal migrants landing in Greece.
Zaman journalists knew nothing about Sunday issue and still do not have access to the system
A car bomb and rocket attack on a police post has rocked a southeastern town in Turkey. Hundreds have been killed since a ceasefire between Kurdish militants and the Turkish state collapsed.
Çavuşoğlu said Egypt has a great regional role that is hampered by internal turbulence
The player faces a 10-game ban due to UEFA regulations prohibiting political statements
28 people were killed, 61 injured in a terror attack in the Turkish capital on Wednesday
Conditions for ceasefire agreement cannot be fulfilled in one week, says Al-Assad