Math teacher becomes first Turk to go to all countries
A mathematics teacher has last set foot in the Marshall Islands 30 years after he started his world tour, becoming the first Turk to travel all 197 countries in the world.
Ankara summons Norwegian envoy over planned attack against Quran
The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned Norway's Ambassador in Ankara Erling Skjonsberg on Feb. 2 and asked the Norwegian authorities to prevent a planned "attack" on the Quran.
The envoy was summoned after Ankara learned of a planned attack against the Quran on Feb. 3, the Foreign Ministry sources said.
Senators to ask Biden to link F-16 sale to Ankara to NATO enlargement
Two US Senators are asking President Joe Biden to link the issue of NATO enlargement with the request submitted by Turkey for the upgrade and purchase of new F-16 fighter jets.
Restoration of historical neighborhood reaches final stage
Within the scope of Türkiye's first mass housing project, a comprehensive restoration work is being carried out in the Saraçoğlu neighborhood with the "Revitalization of Saraçoğlu Neighborhood Project," which is carried out with a completely nature and environment-centered approach.
Türkiye won’t say ‘yes’ to Sweden for NATO: Erdoğan
Türkiye will not approve Sweden's bid to join NATO as long as it continues to permit those who burn the Quran, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said, repeating Ankara's favorable position for Finland's application to the alliance.
Türkiye to choose another way if the US preconditions F-16 sale: Spokesperson
Türkiye will choose another way if the Congress of the United States imposes conditions for sale of F-16 fighter jets demanded by Türkiye, Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın said on Jan. 31.
US Senator Van Hollen: No F-16s for Turkey if it does not ratify NATO’s Nordic expansion
Democratic US Senator Chris Van Hollen slammed Turkey as an "unfaithful ally," while calling for fresh sanctions on Ankara as it continues to block NATO membership for Finland and Sweden.
Turkey’s Foreign Trade Deficit Spikes, Imports from Russia Double
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Astana, Kazakhstan, October 2022. Photo: EPA-EFE/VYACHESLAV PROKOFYEV / KREMLIN / SPUTNIK
The TurkStat figures show that in the January-December 2022 period, imports had a value of $363.71 billion, a 34 per cent increase on the previous year. Imports from Russia have doubled in value.
Turkish opposition vows more democracy if it wins election
A coalition of six Turkish opposition parties striving to end two decades of rule by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday reaffirmed a commitment for a return to parliamentary democracy should their alliance win elections that are likely to be held on May 14.
Greek defense doctrine rolls with punches
A lot has changed in terms of Greece's defense doctrine since 1996, when its naval forces and Turkey's had gathered around the two islets of Imia in the eastern Aegean.
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