Oct 08, 2015
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday warned of a "clash of civilisations" following the wake of the Islamist militant attacks in Paris and he also appeared to criticise France for allowing the wife of one of the gunmen to travel via Turkey to Syria.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/jfgSe
PARIS (AP) — Vladimir Putin entered talks Friday around Syria's fate after an intervention that ensured Russia's role as a major player no matter what the outcome. In the space of a few days, Russian airstrikes in Syria and Putin's diplomatic maneuvering at the U.N. first raised hopes for a...
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Thursday warned Russia that Ankara has alternatives to Moscow for building its first nuclear power plant and importing gas, as tensions rise over the Russian bombing campaign in Syria
BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO's secretary-general said Tuesday that the alliance "stands in strong solidarity with our ally Turkey," as ambassadors gathered for a rare emergency meeting about the threat faced by a member. Turkey requested the extraordinary meeting to gauge the threat the Islamic State...
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Russia that its military action in Syria is endangering trade ties with Turkey. Erdogan told a group of journalist en route from Brussels to Tokyo that Ankara could look elsewhere for gas supplies and cancel the construction of its first...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Turkey has agreed to let the U.S. military use a key air base near the Syrian border to launch airstrikes against the Islamic State, senior U.S. officials said Thursday, giving a boost to the U.S.-led coalition while drawing Turkey deeper into the conflict. President Barack Obama...
Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah on Friday welcomed Russiarsquo;s military buildup in Syria in support of common ally President Bashar al-Assad,
Benjamin Hall reports from Turkey
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Prime Minister Theresa May will urge European Union leaders on Thursday to approve an agreement to move Brexit talks on to a second phase, hours after an embarrassing parliamentary defeat at home that weakens her hand.
Latin American development bank CAF said it had approved a $400million credit line to cash-strapped Venezuela's central bank, sparking the fury of the opposition which on Wednesday accused the lender of financing a dictatorship.
The United States is asking Israel to temper its response to the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as its capital because Washington expects a backlash and is weighing the potential threat to U.S. facilities and people, according to a State Department document seen by Reuters on Wednesday.
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