President Donald Trump has issued an executive order for a wall to be built along the southern US border with Mexico, the BBC reports.
Twenty-eight people were killed Wednesday when Al-Shabaab fighters attacked a popular Mogadishu hotel, setting off two car bombs and opening fire on security guards, according to the city's main ambulance service.
The warring sides in Syria’s six-year-old civil war met for talks in Kazakhstan’s capital of Astana on Monday after the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran promised to be guarantor states for the talks.
Bilgehan Karpat, who was reported to have been the second perpetrator of rocket attacks on the İstanbul headquarters of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and İstanbul police headquarters on Friday, was killed in Tekirdağ province, DHA reported.
Millions of people, including many celebrities, marched against the newly elected US President Donald Trump in rallies in Washington, across the United States and in European cities.
A total of 1,692 people including 594 civilians, 549 soldiers and 311 police officers have been killed in terror attacks since June 7, 2015, when Turkey held general elections, according to a report on the Diken news portal on Saturday.
In his first major act as President Donald Trump signed an executive order which allows his cabinet to begin avoiding implementation of articles of the Obamacare healthcare reform bill that was adopted during the term of his predecessor Barack Obama.
Five Turkish soldiers were killed and nine others were injured in a car bomb attack perpetrated by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants in Syria’s al-Bab region, according to a statement from the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK)