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Libya's Haftar wants military solution: Turkey

ANKARA Renegade Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar is seeking a military solution to the lingering conflict in the country, Turkey's foreign minister said Wednesday. “This is true that Haftar...

US and other nations accuse China of Microsoft Exchange hack

WASHINGTONThe US and its western allies formally accused China on Monday of being behind a sweeping cyberattack of Microsoft's Exchange email servers, saying Beijing has been contracting with hackers...

CPEC transforms Pakistan's remote Gilgit-Baltistan

GILGIT, Pakistan The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is transforming the remote but spectacular Gilgit-Baltistan or the GB region of Pakistan. Formerly known as the Northern Area and once part of the...

7 Daesh/ISIS terror suspects nabbed in Turkey

ANKARATurkish security forces arrested seven people with suspected links to the Deash/ISIS terror group in the Turkish capital Ankara, judicial sources said on Friday.The Chief Public Prosecutor's Office in...

Rising hunger feared in South Sudan, says UN official

JUBA, South Sudan  Although some UN agencies have been disbursing cash and food to help South Sudan's starving population, a plague of locusts and the lockdown to stem the spread...

Turkey reports over 11,500 new coronavirus cases

ANKARA Turkey on Wednesday reported 11,520 new coronavirus cases, including 689 symptomatic patients. With the new cases, the country's overall caseload surpassed 2.73 million, and the tally of fatalities stands at...

Bob Rae named Canadian ambassador to UN

ANKARA Bob Rae has been appointed as Canada's new ambassador to the UN, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Office announced Monday. Rae, who served earlier as Canada's special envoy on humanitarian and...

Istanbul islands suspend horse carriages over illness

ISTANBUL Horse-drawn carriages on Istanbul's Princes' Islands have been banned for three months due to an outbreak of glanders, a fatal disease mainly seen in horses, Istanbul's governor said on...

Coronavirus cases, deaths rise in Arab countries

ISTANBUL Several Arab countries reported more coronavirus cases and deaths on Friday. In Morocco, 245 new cases raised the overall count to 2,582, including 273 recoveries. The country’s Health...

Magnitude 4.2 earthquake jolts Turkey's Aegean region

IZMIR, Turkey  Days after a quake in Turkey's Aegean region killed over 90 people and injured nearly 1,000, a magnitude 4.2 earthquake jolted the same region late Monday, according to...

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Turkish president, UN chief discuss ways to end crisis caused by Russia-Ukraine war

ANKARA The Turkish president and UN secretary-general on Monday spoke over phone and discussed initiatives aimed at resolving the ongoing crisis caused by the Russia-Ukraine...

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Russia becomes China’s largest oil supplier

ANKARA Russia has surpassed Saudi Arabia to become China's largest oil supplier, as refiners bought up Russian crude oil offered at a huge discount...

EU, Egypt agree on partnership priorities until 2027

BRUSSELS The EU and Egypt have agreed on the partnership priorities guiding their relationship until 2027. The Association Council of the European Union and Egypt...

Syria's Tal Rifat surrounded with tunnels by YPG/PKK terrorists

TAL RIFAT, Syria / ANKARA The YPG/PKK terror group is using a sophisticated network of tunnels in the Tal Rifat district in northern Syria to...