President Abdullah Gül said Aug. 16 the ongoing crisis in Egypt is a shame for Islam and the Arab world
Egypt recalled its ambassador in Ankara, reciprocating only a few hours later to Turkish PM Erdoğan announced that Turkey’s ambassador in Cairo had been recalled to Ankara for consultations
There was hope a few months ago that mounting chaos in the Middle East, and a revamping of President Obama?s national security team, would prompt the president to snap out of what looked like a deepening torpor in foreign policy.
With the US vilified by both sides of Egypt?s political divide, it was a good tactic to avoid bold statements, but that must now change
The U.N. Security Council launched on Aug. 15 closed-door consultations on the latest developments in Egypt following the government’s deadly crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi
French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel plan to discuss the Egypt crisis
The president has championed business as usual and his largely symbolic gestures did not undermine implicit US support for the Egyptian military
Islam Abdel-Rahman, an Egyptian doctor who was protesting at Rabaa in Cairo found himself trying to save his fellow protesters as their camp came under brutal siege by Egyptian security forces on August 14, 2013.
Turkey is not categorically against the formation of an autonomous Kurdish entity inside Syria as long as this decision is made at a Parliament representing the nation?s will
While I was reading the files that piled up on my desk after the Bayram holiday, some interesting details
The families of two Turks kidnapped in Lebanon get a sliver of hope, as Syrian opposition figures say a deal could be done to secure their release
Turkish Ambassador to Bulgaria İsmail Aramaz has been summoned to the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry
The families of two Turks kidnapped in Lebanon get a sliver of hope
Turkish officials? lips were tightly sealed yesterday regarding a visit to Turkey by Salih Muslim, the co-leader of the main Kurdish group in northern Syria
Turkey sought Wednesday assistance from Hezbollah over the case of the two Turkish Airlines pilots kidnapped in Beirut last week as Lebanon interrogated four more people over the abduction.