20 June 2013, Thursday
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US not pressing Turkey over NATO missile shield: Gates
Top prosecutor under mounting criticism for...
Reactions against anti-headscarf remarks made by Supreme Court of Appeals Chief Prosecutor Abdurrahman Yalçınkaya are unlikely to cease any time soon, with jurists harshly criticizing the top prosecutor for attempting to issue a memorandum against Parliament and considering himself above the national will.
Swiveling from Belgrade to Beirut
One of the most trying aspects of being a citizen of Turkey is the requirement for visas when setting out on journeys. And the trying nature of the situation is only amplified by the fact that the people who are usually appointed as visa officers at embassies and consulates are those communist party official types.
Israel hails, Palestinians protest OECD Jerusalem...
Israel on Monday praised a decision by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to hold a tourism conference in Jerusalem this week despite Palestinian calls for a boycott.
Israel invites Gaza flotilla Turks to testify in...
The Israeli commission probing the deadly May 31 raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla on Sunday invited Turkish citizens who were on the ferry to testify, a spokesman said.
Sex trade thrives in Cyprus despite visa reforms
Cypriot radio stations are working together to put the spotlight on the victims and crack down on customers of a thriving sex trade on the divided island despite some timid visa reforms.
Swiss celebrate digging world's longest tunnel
Workers hugged, cheered and set off fireworks as the huge drill broke through the last stretch of rock deep in the Swiss Alps. There was delight at the end of the tunnel - the world's longest - when it was completed Friday.
Merkel: German multiculturalism 'utterly failed'
Chancellor Angela Merkel's declaration that Germany's attempts to build a multicultural society had "utterly failed" is feeding a growing debate over how to deal with the millions of foreigners who call the country home.
Gates denies US pressure on Turkey over missile...
US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has ruled out the application of any pressure by the United States on its NATO ally Turkey for hosting elements of a planned defense system that is currently being discussed as a NATO issue.
IRAQ'S ALLAWI CHARGES IRAN DESTABILIZING MIDEAST
The leader of the Iraqi bloc that came first in elections accused Iran on Sunday of trying to destabilize Iraq and manipulate the political process as he jeered at rival politicians seeking Tehran's blessing for forming the next government.
Gezi Park Protest
Prime Minister Erdoğan's visit to Silicon Valley
First Lady Michelle Obama hosts Emine Erdoğan for...
President Barack Obama hosts Prime Minister Tayyip...
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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