10 December 2013, Tuesday
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A number two mix-up
Two specialist sergeants killed in armed attack
Two specialist sergeants were shot to death as they left their homes to go to work in Yüksekova. Sergeant Karakaya had only been married for a month and a half and sergeant Özkozanoğlu's wife was five months pregnant.
Dinks murderer faces a 26-year sentence
The Chief Public Prosecutor for the Hrant Dink case is demanding that Ogün Samast be charged with an 18 to 26 year sentence for the premeditated murder of the Agos newspaper editor in chief.
'The knife is at the bone'
Expressing his discontent for the terrorist attacks taking place during the month of Ramadan, Prime Minister Erdoğan issued a final warning: It will be very different after this Ramadan.
Erdoğan to visit famine-hit Somalia on August 18th
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan said on Wednesday he would visit famine-hit Somalia along with his family in the coming days as part of an effort to draw international attention to the East African country's plight.
Erdoğan and Obama discuss Syria over the phone
U.S. President Barack Obama paid a telephone call to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan yesterday. The two leaders discussed regional issues and exchanged views on the developments in Syria and the danger of the mass starvation Africa is currently facing.
Turkey: will watch Syria after call to end...
Turkey has demanded the Syrian government act to stop the killing of civilians and will be watching developments there in the days ahead, its foreign minister said on Tuesday after returning from talks in Damascus.
Turkey's friendship with Syria nears breaking...
Turkey's friendship with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad stood near breaking point as Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu prepared to visit Damascus Tuesday in a last-ditch effort to persuade Assad to stop his security forces attacking civilians.
Dont end up like Mubarak
Headed for Damascus tomorrow under Prime Minister Erdoğans directive, Foreign Affairs Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu will be delivering the message: Its time to see the reality, dont let your demise be like Mubaraks.
Turkey appoints new armed forces chiefs
Turkey selected four new generals to lead its armed forces on Thursday in a shake-up after four top generals quit last week in protest at the jailing of officers in coup conspiracy cases.
YAŞ promotes 36 generals and admirals to higher...
The decisions reached by the Supreme Military Council (YAŞ) have been approved by President Abdullah Gül. Accordingly, 36 generals and admirals have been promoted to a higher rank, while 49 captains have been promoted to general or admiral ranks. In addition, 49 generals and admirals have been granted an additional year of service.
Turkey set to announce key military decisions
Turkey was set to fill vacancies at the top of its armed forces on Thursday after its four leading generals quit in protest last week at the jailing of hundreds of their comrades charged with plotting to overthrow the government.
Yaş gets a new order
The Supreme Military Council or YAŞ, which convened for the first time under Prime Minister Erdoğans sole leadership, also went on to mark a number of firsts. From here on out in the new YAŞ era on the left of the Prime Minister will sit the Minister of National Defense and on his right will be the Chief of General Staff.
Erdoğan eyes chance to pick military high command
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan worked to tighten civilian control of the military on Monday by choosing generals he can trust after the top four commanders resigned over the detention of comrades facing coup conspiracy charges.
Turkey looks to restore order after top generals...
Turkey's military and political leaders face a battle to restore order in NATO's second-biggest army Monday at a military council overshadowed by the resignation of its top four generals in protest at the jailing of hundreds of officers.
FAVOURED GENERAL TO LEAD TURKISH MILITARY THROUGH UPHEAVAL
When the head of Turkey's military quit in protest along with the commanders of the army, navy and air force, it left one man standing in Turkey's high command - General Necdet Özel.
Davutoğlus visit to Najaf and Karbala
Marmaray Rail Project Nears Completion
After Taksim, vandals now take on Tahrir Square
Gezi Park Protest
The Butterfly's Dream (Kelebeğin Rüyası) Trailer
Erdoğan recites the Koran
Israeli bulldozer kills American activist Rachel ...
Conquest 1453 released in the USA!
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