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US, South Korea postpone joint military drills

WASHINGTON  The U.S. and South Korea are indefinitely postponing joint military drills as an “act of goodwill” towards North Korea, U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday. Esper stressed the importance...

US: Trump issues multiple pardons in war crimes cases

ANKARA Following the long tradition of U.S. administrations to refuse accountability for violations of international law and a litany of war crimes, President Donald Trump issued full pardons for two...

US lawmakers host 2nd hearing on Kashmir

ANKARA The U.S. Congress has held a second hearing on the situation in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir with testimony from at least seven witnesses, including the U.S. commissioner on international...

Top US diplomat bashes leadership in Trump probe

NEW YORK  A top United States diplomat described the “degradation” of American foreign policy Friday while testifying in the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine on...

Turkey, US in talks to resolve F-35 jet, S-400 issues

ANKARA Turkey and the U.S. have begun talks to resolve their differences in the military sector, the Turkish presidential spokesman said Friday. In an interview aired on public broadcaster TRT, Ibrahim...

Trump friend Roger Stone found guilty on all charges

WASHINGTON Roger Stone, U.S. President Donald Trump's long-time friend and confidante, was found guilty by a federal court Friday of all seven charges he faced, including obstructing a Congressional investigation...

Trump to join NATO leaders meeting next month

US president will highlight 'need for the NATO Alliance to ensure its readiness,' White House says

Daesh/ISIS terrorist extradited to US, says Turkey

ANKARA A Daesh/ISIS terrorist who was stranded at the Turkey-Greece border has been extradited to the U.S., Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said Friday. Muhammad Darwis B., reportedly an American of...

US envoy says Turkey correct on Kurds who fled NE Syria

WASHINGTON Turkey "correctly" notes a significant number of Kurds fled northeastern Syria fearing Daesh/ISIS and the YPG/PYD, the U.S. special envoy to the anti-Daesh coalition said Thursday. "The Turks also point...

2 dead, 4 injured in US high school shooting

WASHINGTON At least two students are dead Thursday and four others, including the suspect, injured in a shooting at a high school in Santa Clarita, California, according to authorities.   A 16-year-old girl was pronounced dead...

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Turkey tops agenda of EU foreign ministers’ meeting

BRUSSELS Foreign ministers of European Union have gathered in Brussels on Monday to discuss Turkey and international issues in an actual meeting for the first...

US regrets foreign interference in Libya's economy

ANKARA The US Embassy in Libya on Monday regretted foreign interference in the Libyan economy. "After several days of intense diplomatic activity aimed at allowing the...

Erdogan, Putin discuss Libya, Syria over phone

ANKARA The Turkish and Russian presidents on Monday spoke over the phone to discuss developments in war-weary Libya and Syria as well as other regional...

Turkey: 3 more migrant bodies pulled out of lake

VAN, Turkey Rescue workers on Monday recovered bodies of three more irregular migrants from a lake in Turkey's eastern Van province after a boat carrying...

WHO to probe origins of COVID-19 worldwide, China says

ANKARA China on Monday said the World Health Organization agreed to probe origins of COVID-19 around the globe. Addressing a news conference in Beijing, China’s Foreign...

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