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Turkey may send troops to Libya if Tripoli request: President Erdoğan

"Turkey may send 'sufficient amount' of troops to Libya if Tripoli requests," Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said in his speech as speaking at an event held on the occasion of Human Rights Day in the capital Ankara...

US President Trump says FBI Director Christopher Wray cannot fix the...

"I don’t know what report current Director of the FBI Christopher Wray was reading, but it sure wasn’t the one given to me. With that kind...

Saudi King Salman calls for Gulf Arab unity to confront Iran

Saudi King Salman urged his Gulf neighbours to work together against the kingdom's regional rival, Iran, during the opening session of a regional annual summit in Riyadh....

Conservative Party becomes ‘hotbed’ for Islamophobia in UK – expert

Anas Altikriti -- the founder and CEO of the Cordoba Foundation -- said in an exclusive interview to Turkey's state-run news agency: "The Conservative Party has become a hotbed...

‘Greece, Israel, Egypt cannot act without our approval,’ President Erdoğan says...

"Turkey used its rights originating from international law in the Libya deal; Greece, Israel, Egypt and the Greek Cypriot administration cannot act without our...

French strike chaos deepens in crucial week for Macron

France's transport chaos deepened amid an ongoing nationwide strike and mass protests over pension reforms, ramping up tensions at the start of a crucial...

Putin meets Ukraine’s Zelenskiy for first time at Paris peace summit

Russian President Valdimir Putin met his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy for the first time on Monday at a summit in Paris that aimed at...

India’s Parliament passes anti-Muslim citizenship bill

India's Parliament saw raucous scenes Monday and protests raged in the northeast of the country as lawmakers debated legislation that stands to give citizenship...

Germany – SPD leadership risks future of Merkel’s coalition

The future of Germany's ruling coalition looks shaky after the weekend election of new leaders of the Social Democrats (SPD) who are demanding a...

Climate change triggers widespread migration in Pakistan

Extreme weather patterns, shrinking agriculture, sea erosion, and lingering dry spells have caused widespread migration within Pakistan in the past decade, according to officials...

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