Pakistani students of the private PakTurk International Schools and Colleges held a demonstration in Karachi on Friday protesting the Pakistani government’s ordered deportation of 130 Turkish teachers.
European Union states agreed on Thursday to waive visas for Ukrainians on short visits, but only after the bloc beefs up a mechanism to suspend visa-free agreements in an emergency, Reuters reported.
Armed military police launched a security sweep at Rotterdam airport on Thursday after receiving an anonymous tip-off about a possible terror threat, AFP reports.
US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara on Tuesday submitted new documents to a court in the case of Iranian-Turkish gold-trader Reza Zarrab revealing that he bribed several officials in Turkey, including former ministers.
Turkey’s Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ, who recently met with his counterpart, Loretta Lynch, in Washington and told her that the prosecution of Turkish-Iranian gold-trader Reza Zarrab, arrested in Miami in March over violations of US sanctions on Iran, was ‘based...
Millions of tourists and business people visiting Europe will have to complete a 5 euro ($5.35) online security check before arrival if an EU plan to tighten controls on foreigners who do not need visas wins approval, Reuters reports.
The progress report on Turkey that was issued on Wednesday by the European Commission expressed concern over the Turkish government’s purge against Gülen movement members, saying “any allegation of wrongdoing needs to be examined with due process, transparent procedures, and...
Turkey’s largest food producer, Yıldız Holding, denied media reports that the group was caught up in the government’s widening post-coup crackdown against the Gülen movement.