Türkiye marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Türkiye, which embraced many Jews fleeing the Nazi atrocities during World War II, continues to be a safe haven for millions of people who have been persecuted in different parts of the world today, the Turkish Foreign Ministry has said on the occasion of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Exhibition displays Ottoman and Republic-era objects

As part of the 100th anniversary of the Turkish Republic, an exhibition, displaying Ottoman and Republican-era objects, was opened to visitors at the Presidential National Library in Turkish capital Ankara.

Titled "Power and Memory, The Power of Art," the exhibition features decorations, coins, medals and precious documents, kept in the Mint and Stamp Printing Collections.

Türkiye condemns Israeli raids in West Bank

Türkiye condemned the Israeli raids that killed at least nine Palestinians in the West Bank on Jan. 26.

"I condemn in the strongest terms the vile attacks of Israel, which trampled international law by murdering nine innocent people with its attack on the Jenin Refugee Camp," Parliament Speaker Mustafa Şentop said on Jan. 27.

One killed in attack on Azerbaijan embassy in Iran

The Turkish Foreign Ministry has condemned the deadly attack against Azerbaijan's Embassy in Tehran, which left one person dead.

"As a country that faced similar attacks in the past, Türkiye deeply shares the pain of the people of Azerbaijan," said a statement issued by the ministry early on Jan. 26, condemning the armed attack against the embassy.

Cavusoglu: Cooperation with Serbia in its "golden age"

ANKARA - Turkey and Serbia are in the "golden age" of bilateral cooperation, Turkish FM Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday in Ankara after a meeting with Serbian counterpart Ivica Dacic, adding that he had noted this not only in the discussion with Dacic but also during a phone conversation with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.