A group of university students attempting to march on the Turkish Foreign Ministry…
Despite backing opposite sides in the Syria conflict from the beginning
Erdoğan made it clear before his departure that they will discuss what they can do for Syria
The car bombs that killed more than 40 people last weekend in a town in southern Turkey are a reckoning for Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
By Nick Tattersall WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Turkey’s prime minister will push President Barack Obama for more assertive action on Syria during a visit to Washington this week, days after car bombs tore through a Turkish border town in the deadliest spillover of violence yet. The bombings in Reyhanli, which killed 50 people on Saturday, and activists’ reports of a massacre of Sunni Muslims in a
PM Erdoğan heads for a crucial meeting with US President Obama, but not before trading barbs with opposition parties over political responsibility for the weekend?s deadly attacks in Reyhanlı
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is set to depart for his four-day trip to the United States today
As the president prepares to meet the prime ministers of Britain and Turkey, what are his options on the Syrian civil war?
REYHANLI, Turkey (AP) ? Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday that Turkey will “not refrain” from responding to twin car bombings it has blamed on Syria, but that his government will be cautious and avoid being drawn into its neighbor’s civil war.
Syria was already set to be the most significant agenda topic during Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan?s
Five Arab countries and Turkey have reiterated that President Bashar al-Assad should have no role
US President Barack Obama and Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdoğan have chemistry, says businessman İlkem Şahin.
The ICC has opened a preliminary probe into Israel’s deadly raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in 2010 to see if war crimes or crimes against humanity had been committed.