By Michele Kambas NICOSIA (Reuters) – Rival Cypriot leaders meet in the Swiss Alps this week in a make or break summit to find a peace deal ending decades of division for the partitioned island.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday countries which promised to get back weapons supplied to Kurdish YPG fighters in northern Syria were trying to trick Turkey and
BERLIN/ANKARA (Reuters) – The German government on Friday condemned Turkish criticism of a new liberal mosque in Berlin as interference in freedom of religion and opinion, adding further strain to an
Four Arab nations, locked in a blockade with Qatar since the beginning of June, have issued a list of demands for the state.
A home health aide in New York is charged for attempting to aid ISIS.
ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkish exports to Qatar have tripled from their normal levels to $32.5 million since four Arab countries began boycotting the Gulf state on June 5, Turkey’s Customs and Trade
By Brian Love
ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkey should respect the decision of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region to hold a referendum on independence and support dialogue between Erbil and Baghdad, a chief adviser to Iraqi
By Tom Finn and John Irish