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Epic poem honoring Sultan Mehmet II found in Italian library

Ankara Social Sciences University academic Filiz Barın Akman and academic-writer Beyazıt Akman have discovered an epic poem in Latin with approximately 5,000 lines written by an Italian poet in honor of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II, known as Mehmed the Conqueror, during the Renaissance era.

Erdogan trumpets two-state solution in occupied Cyprus to celebrate anniversary of invasion

By George Gilson

Exactly 47 years after Turkey's invasion of Cyprus, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in the Turkish-occupied Cyprus to celebrate the invasion that led to the occupation of 40 percent of the island and the ethnic cleansing of the north, leaving 200,000 Greek Cypriots refugees in their own land.

A massive string of devastating hacks makes cybersecurity a national security issue

According to Radio Free Europe, referring to the world media, this comes after the first man in America warned Moscow that it would face a proportionate response if the hacker attacks continue.
After meeting with top cybersecurity advisers on Wednesday, Biden said he would "deliver" Putin's response to a wave of ransomware attacks on US companies.

Petitions, pressures and "disrespectful silence"

There are no significant changes in the relations between Russia and the United States of America after the summit of the leaders of the two countries in Geneva, said the Russian ambassador to Washington, Anatoly Antonov.
But, he says - only ten days have passed. He added that the policy of U.S. pressuring Russia will continue.