Despite Prime Minister?s hint about an alternative international body, the foreign ministry is not working on such a plan
Erdoğan has this time raised the stakes as he signaled Turkey may seek the forming of a new international body
The punishments handed down by the special Turkish tribunal for many of the 275 defendants in the Ergenekon case ? the coup plot to overthrow the elected government ? have sparked worldwide interest. The trial is seen as a significant and, at the …
Premier weighs into diplomatic row sparked by state parliament’s acknowledgement of 1915 genocide
The New South Wales premier, Barry O’Farrell, has poured fuel on a diplomatic row with Turkey, saying comments by the consul general on the threat to ban NSW politicians from Gallipoli commemorations were “a terrible indictment ? of the freedoms fought for” in 1915
Further to the article posted yesterday, “Journalists under threat in Egypt”, there is more evidence of attacks on correspondents covering the conflict along with arbitrary arrests.
‘Turkey is not alone. Those who suggest that Turkey has been isolated are wrong,’ deputy leader of the Justice and Development Party Hüseyin Çelik said
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that all indications show that Syria’s government was behind a ‘chemical massacre’ near Damascus