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Turkey's controversial decision last September to select a Chinse firm for the construction of the country's first long-range air and anti-missile defense architecture has drawn reactions, Hurriyet Daily News reported.
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6 hrs ago | Al Bawaba
Turkish Airlines' 2013 consolidated financial statements were reported to Borsa Istanbul.
10 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
Protesters shout slogans as they carry a banner that reads "Government, resign" in Ankara, Turkey, in December Turkish Jewish community leaders on Sunday accused ex-economy minister Zafer Caglayan of anti-Semitism after he suggested that "the Jews" might be behind the corruption investigation in which he was implicated.
14 hrs ago | The Daily Star
ISTANBUL: Turkey ordered the release of five men convicted of plotting a coup, days after an ex-military chief was freed in a case that has come to highlight a power struggle between Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and a U.S.-based Islamic cleric.
18 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer
Turkey, an ally of the United States and member of NATO where 99 percent of the population is Muslim, is often hailed as an example of the compatibility of Islam and democracy.
23 hrs ago | Groong
Turkey frees five charged over 2007 murders of Christian missionaries 12:29 ¢ 09.03.14 A Turkish court has freed five men accused of torturing and murdering three Christian missionaries in 2007, after the suspects' time in detention while on trial exceeded new legal limits, the Hurriyet Daily News reports.
Patrick Reed won the Cadillac Championship for this third PGA Tour title in seven months, and this was a big one.
The estimated number of Syrian refugees that have taken shelter in Turkey is nearly 900,000, 700,000 of whom are living outside of camps, a U.N. official has said, while noting that the exile has especially affected children.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi meeting with the Emir of Qatar, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, on August 11, 2012, at the Presidential Palace in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
A woman holds a sign reading, "Yesterday Stalin, Today Putin" at a protest in Istanbul against Russian actions in Crimea.
Turkish women clash with riot policemen as they march towards Taksim square as part of the "International Women's Day" on March 8, 2014, in Istanbul.
Like a figure in a Greek tragedy, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has fallen from a Jefferson-could-be into a Putin-wannabe, all within the swift span of a year.
The lawyer whose disappearance left nearly 60 cases in the lurch and who is accused of forging documents was arrested Friday night when he landed at Kennedy International Airport in New York City from an inbound flight from Istanbul, Turkey.
Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomaios has repeated his objection to growing calls in Turkey to convert IstanbulA's ancient Hagia Sophia into a mosque.
Sabanc Museum is joining the festivities to celebrate the 600 years of friendly ties between Turkey and its Ottoman antecedents and Poland, exhibiting an impressive display of artifacts collected through the centuries The year 1414 is considered the year in which the Ottomans and the Poles first made official contact, although it's possible that ... (more)
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