UN records over 10,000 civilian killed in Afghanistan in 2019

More  than 10,000 civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan's war last year, the United Nations announced Saturday, as a historic partial truce kicked...

Post-Brexit EU in search of expansion amid structural problems

In the wake of the historical departure of one of its founding members, a sense of urgency has gripped the EU, as French President...

Kazakhstan detains some 200 opposition protesters in largest city

Police in Kazakhstan detained around 200 people Saturday as two opposition groups called for anti-government demonstrations in the oil-rich Central Asian country. An AFP correspondent...

Northern Cyprus unveils first domestically produced car Günsel

The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) on Thursday publicly unveiled prototypes for two domestically produced auto models after years of work by the...

Indian minister regrets not sending all Muslims to Pakistan

An Indian minister declared that the country is paying the price for its failure to send Muslims to Pakistan during the partition in 1947....

US stands by NATO ally Turkey after deadly Assad regime attacks...

The U.S. expressed condolences Friday to Turkey following deadly Syrian regime attacks on Turkish positions in northwestern Syria's Idlib province "used for coordination and...

Gold at 7-year high over fears virus will hit global growth

Gold rose 1% on Friday to its highest in seven years as the spread of the coronavirus intensified concerns about its impact on economic...

Attacker arrested for attempted murder at London mosque

A man in his seventies was stabbed inside a London mosque on Thursday, police said, and a suspect was arrested on suspicion of attempted...

US – Taliban deal expected to be signed by 29 February

The United States is preparing to sign a deal with the Taliban on Feb. 29, building on an agreement on reducing violence across Afghanistan,...

Turkey to allow visa-free travel to UK Citizens from 2nd March...

By Dr Shahid Qureshi :- Turkey will lift visa restrictions for tourists from Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the U.K. starting March 2,...

China rescinds 3 Wall Street Journal press passes for ‘racist’ headline

China on Wednesday said it has revoked the press cards of three Wall Street Journal reporters in Beijing, decrying an editorial headline published earlier...

Turkey, Uzbekistan aim to boost bilateral trade to $5B

Turkey appreciates reform process in Uzbekistan under leadership of Mirziyoyev, says Turkish president. Turkey and Uzbekistan aim to increase the bilateral trade volume to...

British cash system may collapse by 2035, chancellor warned

Campaign group calls on chancellor to include measures to protect cash, which they say helps society's most vulnerable. Britain’s cash system could collapse within...

Pakistan Air Force capable of strike Indian capital with Air Launched...

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan on Tuesday carried out a successful test of its latest Ra’ad-II air launched cruise missile link (ALCM), with a new range...

Strategy to shape Europe’s digital future announced

European Commission unveils new rules on AI, data sharing. With a focus on artificial intelligence and data economy, the EU launched on Wednesday its...

British PM Johnson’s adviser quits after linking IQ to race

An adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who had discussed the benefits of forced contraception quit Monday, saying "media hysteria" about his old...

London mayor pushes EU ‘associate’ citizenship for Britons

London's mayor Sadiq Khan pushed the idea of an "associate" EU citizenship for Britons after Brexit, as he visited Brussels on Tuesday to see...

Egypt to build new military base to secure Suez Canal

Egypt is preparing to build a new military base on the country's eastern border to secure the Suez Canal, according to reports, as the...

Hundreds detained in mass crackdown on FETÖ terror group in Turkey

Nationwide operations are underway to track down suspected FETÖ members after prosecutors across the country issued more than 875 arrest warrants in the largest...

Netanyahu’s corruption trial to begin on March 17

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial will begin on March 17, two weeks after a national election, the Justice Ministry said on Tuesday. In...