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US Approves $3 Billion Sale Of Tanks, Armored Vehicles To Iraq US Approves $3 Billion Sale Of Tanks, Armored Vehicles To Iraq
The US State Department has approved possible sales of tanks and armored vehicles worth approximately $3 billion to Iraq, where Islamic State extremists have been active, the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has revealed.
20.12.2014
02:10
How Saxony's Government Plans To Compete With PEGIDA How Saxony's Government Plans To Compete With PEGIDA
As the anti-Islamization PEGIDA movement gains momentum, Saxony's political establishment is on the defensive. The interior ministry has turned to Twitter to boost support for asylum-seekers in the eastern German state.
20.12.2014
23:57 4 Palestinians In Gaza Hurt By Israeli Gunfire
Four Palestinians were shot and injured on Friday by Israeli gunfire near the Gaza Strip's border with the self proclaimed Jewish state, eyewitnesses have said.
19.12.2014
23:57 Gaza Names Taekwondo Tournament After Flotilla Activist
A Palestinian sporting club has held a Taekwondo tournament that carried the name of one of nine Turkish activists killed by Israeli forces while on board a Gaza bound Turkish aid flotilla in 2010.
19.12.2014
21:42 Morocco Prosecutor Rules Out Foul Play In Minister's Death
Moroccan prosecution authorities on Friday ruled out foul play in the December 7 death of late Minister of State Abdellah Baha, saying the official had been killed in a rail accident and that prosecutors had therefore decided to call off investigations.
19.12.2014
21:27 Update - Turkey Denies Links With Alleged 'Spies' In Germany
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency denies having any ties with three Turks recently detained and accused of spying in Germany.
19.12.2014
20:40
EU Challenges New Boeing Subsidies At WTO EU Challenges New Boeing Subsidies At WTO
The European Union has launched yet another dispute at the World Trade Organization over what it considers illegal US subsidies for Boeing. It claimed the state of Washington was offering WTO-incompatible tax breaks. EU officials argued Friday the US state of Washington broke WTO competition rules b...
19.12.2014
20:35
Turkish-Russian Union: Armenia On Threshold Of Serious Unrest Turkish-Russian Union: Armenia On Threshold Of Serious Unrest
Anti-Russian sanctions, applied after the Crimean events by the West, also became in every sense a good chance for Turkey, along with the fact that they forced Moscow to shrink its economic grip and led to a sharp drop in the rate of the ruble.
19.12.2014
20:12 Update - Turkish Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Gulen In 'Parallel State' Probe
Turkish criminal court issues arrest warrant Friday for U.S. based preacher Fethullah Gulen in "parallel state" probe.
19.12.2014
20:12 Egypt Militant Group Denounces US 'Terror' Label
Egyptian militant group Agnad Masr on Friday decried its recent inclusion on Washington's list of "foreign terrorist organizations," declaring that Egypt "is not an American state for Washington to interfere in its internal affairs."
19.12.2014
19:30 People Across Country Protest Media Oppression And Arrests
People across the country have come together to protest the government's continuing crackdown on the free media and the arrest of Samanyolu TV General Manager Hidayet Karaca and three police chiefs. Zaman Editor-in-Chief Dumanli and Karaca were detained on Sunday along with a number of other journal...
19.12.2014
19:27 Turkey: Court Acquits Two In 1998 Istanbul Blast Case
Turkish court has acquitted two suspects in a 1998 explosion case that killed seven people and wounded 127 others at a spice bazaar in Istanbul.
19.12.2014
19:07 Ankara Denies Any Link Between 3 Turkish Suspects And MIT
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu has denied that three Turkish men arrested in Germany on charges of spying on German-Turks for Turkish intelligence services have any link with Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT). "These people have no link with MIT or with the Prime Ministry...
19.12.2014
19:02 FM: Turkey May Start To Train, Equip Syrian Opposition By March
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu said on Friday that Turkey could begin training and equipping moderate Syrian opposition fighters before March, according to Reuters.Çavusoglu's statement comes after the US State Department said in October that Turkey had agreed to support the program, a core part ...
19.12.2014
19:00 Crackdown On Tahsiyeciler Group Was Pre-Emptive Operation, Says Police Chief
The investigation into an armed group called Tahsiyeciler (Annotators), launched in 2004 by the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) and later morphed into police raids on the safe houses of suspected members, was a pre-emptive operation by law enforcement officials to crack down on groups tied ...
19.12.2014
18:59 Pinar Selek Acquits For Fourth Time
Pinar Selek, a sociologist and author had been suspected of helping bomb Istanbul's Spice Bazaar in 1998, has been acquitted by a Turkish local court on Friday for the fourth time.Selek learnt about the decision of the court by phone in France, where he lives in forced exile since she has become the...
19.12.2014
18:36
Goldman Sachs Becomes Owner Of 30% Stake Of SOCAR Container Port In Turkey Goldman Sachs Becomes Owner Of 30% Stake Of SOCAR Container Port In Turkey
SOCAR Turkey Enerji and Goldman Sachs have signed an agreement to sell a 30 percent stake in the Petlim Limancilik A.S. company, 100-percent owned by the Petkim Turkish petrochemical holding, the company told Reuters news agency Dec.19.
19.12.2014
18:36 EU Survey Reveals Growing Turkish Distrust Of Own Gov't
Turks have an increasingly negative view of the future and the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government, a survey of Eurobarometer, a series of public opinion surveys conducted regularly on behalf of the European Commission, has revealed.The “Public Opinion in the European Union” survey f...
19.12.2014
18:29 In Dealings With The West, Erdogan Holds All The Cards
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's tightening grip on power is likely to meet little more than symbolic resistance from the West next year, as Turkey's G-20 presidency and the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) trump concerns about a slide towards authoritarianism.Critics at...
19.12.2014
18:29 Former PM Çiller Testifies In Feb. 28 Coup Trial
Former Prime Minister Tansu Çiller, Turkey's first and only female prime minister, arrived at the Istanbul Çaglayan Courthouse on Friday morning to testify as a plaintiff in the Feb. 28 coup trial. Private security tried to prevent the press from covering Çiller's entrance to the courthouse. The his...
19.12.2014

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