Medina reelected as president of Dominican Republic
Incumbent receives 62 percent of vote in preliminary results
Islamic Development Bank gears up for Jakarta summit
Representatives of 56 member countries, including Turkey, will meet in Indonesian capital from Sunday
Muslim preacher in UK slams Cameron’s ‘racist’ views
A London-based Muslim preacher has demanded a formal apology from the British premier for labeling him a Daesh supporter in the parliament in the run-up to the mayoral elections.
PYD parades bodies of FSA fighters in Syria's Afrin
PYD terrorists repelled FSA forces in Afrin in northern Syria, according to local sources
Ambivalent voters may hold key to Brexit referendum
Eighteen percent of British voters remain undecided about whether the U.K. should remain with the EU, just two months before a referendum over the key question becomes due, according to a latest opinion poll.
Turkey to keep its doors open to Syrians, says Erdogan
Turkish president accuses international community of standing idly by in face of massacres in Syria, Libya and Yemen
Palestinians mark 68th ‘Nakba Day'
The ‘Nakba’ refers to mass expulsion of Palestinians from their homeland in 1948 to make way for new state of Israel
Turkish forces shell Daesh targets in Syria
Daesh positions hit by shelling and coalition air strikes
Explosion kills child in SE Turkey, PKK blamed
Three other children critically injured in Sirnak incident
35 PKK terrorists killed in Turkish army operations
Southeastern Turkey has been scene of significant counter-terrorism operations since late 2015
Turkey celebrates 96th anniversary of first parliament
National Sovereignty and Children’s Day marks role of youth as future of nation
Arabs launch Thanks Turkey campaign
Festival in Istanbul aims to support Turkey in recognition of help to Muslim world
Shared hurt absent in Obama remarks on 1915: Turkey amb.
Serdar Kilic says 1915 events should be examined with 'just memory' emphasizing 'common suffering'
Merkel defends Turkey policy amid criticism
Chancellor says EU-Turkey deal is 'absolutely right and essential' for Germany
Leaders expect record turnout at Turkey's first EXPO
EXPO 2016 Antalya, which will take place from April to October, is expected to bring millions of tourists to Turkey
Jobs, development key to W. Sahara dispute: Experts
Job creation and economic development are crucial to resolving dispute over Western Sahara, two Moroccan researchers say
The battle to care for Istanbul's strays
Despite being famed for its love of cats, a million stray cats and dogs cause a headache for the city authorities
Police arrest 100 'parallel state' suspects in Turkey
Arrest warrants have been issued for 140 people, including Bank Asya employees as part of 'parallel state' financing probe
Turkish president: Terror groups harm Islam the most
Even Islam's fiercest enemies have not done it as much harm as Daesh and Boko Haram have, says Erdogan