In the current conflict between Greece and Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean, the law is on Athens’ side. Still, Greek leaders will have to give some ground to get a deal.
Greece’s navy said Wednesday it had deployed ships in the Aegean in “heightened readiness” after Turkey announced plans for energy exploration near a Greek island.
Turkey will try the 20 suspects in the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi – including two former aides to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman – in absentia on Friday, his fiancee told AFP on Tuesday.
Turkish authorities have started to simply assign land owned by a community or a private person to other owners, in effect expropriating it from the Christians.
Turkey has put more effort into containing the flow of information about COVID-19 cases than it has into containing the spread of the virus.
Now that hundreds of thousands are desperate to flee from Idlib it is understandable that Turkey is demanding greater international help.
Turkey’s president accused Russia of committing “massacres” in its support Assad.
Cambodia and Turkey to forging military ties, beginning with the training of Cambodian troops in Turkish military academies.
Defence Minister is reportedly in Turkey for an official visit.
The death toll from a powerful earthquake which struck eastern Turkey rose to 31, officials said, as rescue efforts continued.
The opposition in Germany has it easy: It can simply insist that Chancellor Angela Merkel get down to brass tacks with Turkey’s strongman president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
New air routes are expected next year connecting Cambodia to Turkey and Nepal.
Syrian government forces surrounded a Turkish observation post in Idlib province Monday after overrunning nearby areas in a push to take the last opposition bastion, a war monitor said.
US President Donald Trump on Friday signed into law a $738 billion defence bill that includes controversial provisions calling for sanctions against Russia and Turkey.
Erdogan threatens to close two strategic military bases used by the United States.
Turkey has sent 11 French relatives of suspected “terrorist fighters” back home, the Turkish interior ministry said yesterday, the latest in the country’s renewed push to deport foreign jihadist insurgents.
Trump announces the United States is lifting sanctions on Turkey, hailing the success of a ceasefire along its border with Syria.
On 17th of October the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova issued the statements regarding the situation around Syria at briefing:
Cambodian authorities confirm the deportation of Osman Karaca.
Erdogan fires off a fresh warning to “crush” Kurdish forces.
Turkey has agreed to help the Kingdom develop its nascent halal industry.
Kurdish fighters battled to defend a key Syrian border town from Turkish-backed forces in a flare-up of violence Tuesday as US President Donald Trump sent his vice president and top diplomat to Ankara to demand a ceasefire.
The United States slaps sanctions on Turkey over the deadly incursion against Syrian Kurdish fighters.
The Syrian army enters Manbij northern Syria for the first time since losing it in 2012.
It is dismaying that Turkey’s military operation in northeastern Syria is being spun in the United States news media as an attack on Kurds, as weakening the fight against the remnants of Daesh (or the so-called Islamic State) and hurting the US’ credibility with its allies.
The leaders of France and Germany called Sunday for an end to Turkey’s offensive against Kurds in northern Syria, warning of dire humanitarian consequences and a boost for the Islamic State group.
Turkey’s border with Syria, is a direct target of the PYD/YPG/PKK and DEASH terrorists.
Turkey launches a broad assault on Kurdish-controlled areas in northeastern Syria.
Trump warns Turkey against going too far in Syria.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis rejected Sunday Turkish “threats” to let Syrian refugees come en masse to Europe unless more international aid was provided and called for neighbourly dialogue instead.