BRUSSELS (AP) — The number of migrants entering Europe from Turkey rose significantly last year as people fleeing strife in Syria and Afghanistan flooded into the country and then set out for Greece, the head of the European Union’s border agency said ...
Conflict in North Africa could divide NATO allies
Implies terrorists moved through Turkey to hotspot on Europe's doorstep
Prior pauses or ceasefires in region very short-lived
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wasted little time sending troops to Libya after his parliament approved military intervention on January 2.
The editor-in-chief of one of Turkey's largest pro-Islamist newspapers disparaged former Iranian terrorism chief Qasem Soleimani in a column this weekend for "ruthlessly implementing every type of terrorism" against Muslim people throughout the Middle ...
Erdogan claims deployment is to prevent a humanitarian crisis
Turkish president reiterates threats to flood Europe with migrants
Israel, Greece, and Cyprus signed a historic agreement Thursday for the Eastern Mediterranean project that will see Israeli gas delivered to Europe via an undersea pipeline, overturning Turkey's efforts to thwart the deal.
Turkey's parliament voted to approve the use of military force in Libya on Thursday.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has agreed to send troops to Libya next month at the request of Tripoli's Government of National Accord (GNA), as they continue to fend off attacks from renegade warlord General Khalifa Haftar’s opposition forces.
President Erdogan has warned Europe that it would face another wave of refugees as President Bashar al-Assad's forces advance into Idlib.
A Saudi court sentenced five people to death on Monday for the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018.
The establishment media has for years mischaracterized President Donald Trump’s remarks to make him look bad. The most recent example comes from the BBC, which falsely claimed — or at the very least, strongly implied — in an article h...
Congress calling for sanctions after Ankara purchases Russian missile system
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey could finalize terms for delivery of a second consignment of S-400 advanced missile defenses from Russia by April when the first batch will be ready to operate, Ankara's defense industry chief said on Friday.
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Economists at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund must feel pretty lucky these days. They work for just about the only institutions set up in the aftermath of Word War II that aren't in the middle of an identity crisis. From Turtle Bay to Brussels, from Washington to Vienna, the decay of the economic and security infrastructure of the postwar world has accelerated in recent weeks. The bad news: As the legacy of the twentieth century recedes into the past, the only twenty-first century alternatives on offer come from an authoritarian surveillance state.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Wednesday released its annual report on journalists in prison and found China taking the top spot from Turkey, ending a three-year winning streak. Former world champion oppressor Turkey remained in second p...
Senate wants to give Trump more time to make a deal with Turkey over its purchase of a Russian defense system
A gang of seven "youths" has been arrested in the German city of Augsburg after an off-duty fireman was attacked and beaten to death outside of the city's Christmas Market.