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Secretary of State John Kerry gave new Foreign Service officers a final pep talk today before they are deployed overseas, many to what are termed "high-threat" posts, like Afghanistan and Libya, where there have been recent fatal attacks on U.S. diplomatic missions.
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While other EU countries are increasingly investing in renewables, Turkey is planning three new nuclear power stations.
Only within 2,5 months, the winged seahorse brooch from the Lydian Hoard, has attracted 50,000 viewers to Anadolu Civilisations Museum in Ankara.
My lunch companion seemed to be obsessed by thin dough. Showering me with questions, he wanted to know all about yufka, katmer, baklava and borek.
Kurdish fighters from the Kurdistan Workers Party congratulate each other after arriving in the Heror area, northeast of Dahuk, 260 miles northwest of Baghdad, May 14, 2013.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday issued a strong call for reform in the United Nations Security Council, Anadolu Agency reported.
Anatolia News Agency reports that Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Apple yesterday as part of a tour of Silicon Valley companies ahead of the country's move to purchase 10.6 million tablets for its schoolchildren.
Two hot air balloons collided mid-air during a sightseeing tour of volcanic rock formations in Turkey on Monday, causing one of them to crash to the ground, officials said.
Slogging through a drizzly Rose Garden news conference on Thursday with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President Brack Obama took a break to ask for rain protection.
With the world's 4th largest flight network of 223 destinations in 99 countries, Turkish Airlines continues to grow with five new destinations being added this May.
Special to the Daily The Risvaniye Madressa in Golbasi Park the most sacred area of Sanliurfa, Turkey's most pious city.
Turkey, Iran, Syria Top List for Worst Journalism Countries http://www.greenprophet.com/2013/05/middle-east-reporters-syria-turkey-iran/ Posted on May 16, 2013 by Laurie Balbo The online `zine Foreign Policy posted its `worst countries for journalism' with the Middle East grabbing three of the Top Ten slots.
On Wednesday the United Nations General Assembly voted on a resolution condemning the Syrian government's forces while praising the opposition.
Word is that both Israel and Turkey are seriously entertaining the notion of constructing an undersea pipeline to deliver Israeli natural gas to Turkey and, perhaps, hence to Europe.
Terrorist attacks on Turkish soil won't stop until the country's Prime Minister, Tayyip Erdogan, gives up on his support of rebel forces in Syria, British broadcaster, Neil Clark, told RT.