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Doctors in China save man's hand by attaching it to his ankle and calf. Someone has stolen a life-size bronze bust of John F. Kennedy that's been on display for decades at a downtown Tucson park, city officials said Tuesday.
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An Egyptian court on Monday decided to postpone the trial of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi to Jan. 8 next year, over the charges of killing protesters during his one-year rule.
TURKISH MP SAYS AKP PARTY TO RECOGNIZE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE 10:05 ~U 16.12.13 A Turkish parliament member has criticized the ruling Justice and Development Party for an intention to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
As reverberations of a tender rigging case continue, main opposition Republican People's Party leader Kemal Kilichdaroglu has said he supports the probe into allegations of corruption, stressing that his party will back anyone who pursues with determination those who abuse public resources, Today's Zaman reported.
Turkey signed a long-anticipated agreement with the European Union today, refreshing hopes for new momentum in stalled bilateral relations between Ankara and Brussels.
Turkish police detained the sons of three cabinet ministers and several high-profile businessmen on Tuesday in a sweeping probe into alleged bribery and corruption that sent shockwaves across the country.
The reports about arrests of sons of ministers are currently under study, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday, the Turkish TV channel TRT Haber reported.
Turkish dailies on Monday cover Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan's announcement concerning the increase in the amounts of scholarships and credits given to undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students in Turkey, the first German minister of Turkish descent Aydan Ozoguz who will run a ministerial post in Angela Merkel's cabinet, the Humanitarian ... (more)
Political ally and major investor Turkey is taking a hand in writing history textbooks, and not all Kosovans are happy about it.
The EU's foreign ministers, who often fill their periodic conclusions on the "Middle East peace process" with vinegar toward Israel, decided this month to add some honey, promising unparalleled support for Israel and the Palestinians if a peace accord is signed.
Turkey and the European Union on Monday signed agreements starting talks for a possible deal that would lift visa restrictions for Turkish citizens traveling to Europe and which Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called a 'milestone' in relations between his country and the 28-member bloc.
TURKEY EXTENDS HAND, BUT NO APOLOGY, TO ARMENIA 15:25 13/12/2013 Â" POLITICS Below are excerpts from an article by Fehim TaÅ~_tekin, published in Al-Monitor.
It seems we in the west no longer believe in ourselves, and our capacity to generate prosperity for all.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan greets his ministers as he arrives to deliver a speech before a debate by lawmakers over his government's budget proposal during a parliament session in Ankara on December 10, 2013.