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6.4 earthquake hits Albania, 20 dead

At least 20 people died in an earthquake in western Albania early Tuesday morning, according to authorities. The 6.4 quake hit the Adriatic coastal city of Durres at 3.54 a.m....

Australian Muslims up against Islamophobia

ANKARA  An Australian Muslim advocacy group expressed concern over a recent report that shows anti-Muslim behavior is increasing among people in the country. “We have repeatedly expressed concern to government about...

Ebola responders in DR Congo on ‘lockdown’: WHO

Without full access to Ebola-affected areas, 'we cede ground to the virus,' says World Health Organization head

Syrian regime boycotts Geneva talks for 2nd day

UN Syria envoy trying to mediate to resolve differences and resume talks

Football: UEFA announces nominees for Team of Year

UEFA.com users to pick favorite players for Team of Year 2019 from 50 nominees shortlisted by UEFA

Albania, Bosnia get good wishes from Turkey after quake

6.4 and 5.4 magnitude quakes jolted Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina this morning

YPG/PKK terrorists in N.Syrian city get Russian visit

Terrorists are supposed to have left Ayn al-Arab, northern Syria over a month ago, but are still there, digging tunnels

Bolivian police demand payment after mutiny: Morales

Ousted leader reveals document by head of Bolivian police to current interim gov't as proof of coup

Niger: 70,000 people affected by floods

ANKARA Since the summer, some 70,000 people have been affected by floods in Niger, ruining homes and food stocks in the west African country, an NGO said on Tuesday....

‘Turkey promised no one to leave Russian S-400s unused’

ANKARA Turkey bought Russian S-400 missile defense systems to use them, and has not pledged to anyone that they would go unused, Turkey’s foreign minister said on Tuesday. "Turkey...

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Turkish, Russian ruling parties discuss virus, east Med

ANKARA Senior officials of the ruling parties of Turkey and Russia on Thursday discussed the novel coronavirus pandemic and developments in the eastern Mediterranean via...

Ample monetary stimulus necessary, says ECB's Lagarde

ANKARA An ample monetary stimulus remains necessary to support the economic recovery in euro area economy, said the head of the European Central Bank (ECB). Following...

US sprinter gets 18-month ban for missing dope tests

ANKARA US Olympic sprinter Deajah Stevens got 18-month ban for missing doping tests, said Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on Thursday. "The @WorldAthletics Disciplinary Tribunal has banned...

EU re-issues travel restriction from Serbia, Montenegro

BRUSSELS EU countries decided to reintroduce travel restrictions for those who will travel from Serbia and Montenegro. Under the new rules, only residents of Algeria, Australia,...

Turkey marks 46th anniversary of Cyprus peace operation

ANKARA Turkey's National Defense Ministry shared photos of the country's 1974 Cyprus Peace Operation on Twitter, marking its 46th anniversary. It posted four contemporary photographs on...

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