ANKARA, Turkey, July 25 (UPI) — Turkey’s deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc blames Israel for failing to reach agreement on compensation for Mavi Marmara victims.
Israel insists on redressing the Mavi Marmara victims’ damages with ?ex gratia? payment without admitting wrongful act
Influx of people fleeing civil war leaves resources stretched and many local people angry at lack of international response
Al-Ahram Hebdo (Egypte) n° 984, semaine du 24 au 30 juillet 2013, p. 14 Hicham Mourad La turquie est très en colère contre la destitution de Mohamad Morsi par l?armée égyptienne. Ankara est la capitale étrangère qui a exprimé la plus violente réaction contre ce qu?elle a qualifié de « coup d?Etat militaire » contre
Turkey is facing a dire dilemma over ?winning the hearts and minds? of Kurds – both in the national and regional context
Turkey?s peace process would set a good example for Syria and Iraq should it progress further in its attempt to end a three-decade-old Kurdish insurgency, Davutoğlu says
Syria’s opposition National Coalition will meet in Istanbul on August 3 and 4 for talks on forming a provisional government
A Kurdish TV station based in Denmark has appealed to the country’s supreme court after a lower court revoked its licence and ordered it to pay a fine of £1.2m.
Roj TV, in company with its parent company Mesopotamia Broadcasting, was convicted on 3 July of promoting terrorism by supporting the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
Turkey’s deputy prime minister says talks between Israel and Turkey on compensation for the victims of a deadly Israel raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla have stalled over disagreement on the legal definition of the damages.
Egypt was on edge Thursday ahead of rival protests by the military and Islamists, as the government declared a “war on terrorism”
The Moscow Times (Russia) 24 July 2013, p. 9 Español Français By Javier Solana * Instability continues to spread in the Middle East, with the military coup in Egypt the latest episode to trigger political tremors throughout the region. With its 85 million people and strategically vital location, Egypt is the most important
The Indian Express, July 24, 2013, p. 13 C. Raja Mohan * As the old order crumbles in the Middle East, the imperative of recalibrating India?s regional policy has been staring at Delhi for some time. The deepening political turmoil, regime instability and sectarian strife across the Middle East are all testing the established policies