Erdoğan threatens US over Zarrab, saying will set the world on fire

After meeting with Erdoğan, Ankara mayor says he’ll resign on Saturday

Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Melih Gökçek announced after a meeting with ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) Chairman and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Monday that he would step down as Ankara mayor on Saturday.

EP: Third country nationals exempt from visa requirements to apply for EU travel authorization as of 2020

EP: Third country nationals exempt from visa requirements to apply for EU travel authorization as of 2020

The European Parliament's Civil Liberties Committee approved Thursday new draft rules according to which third country nationals exempt from visa requirements upon entering the Schengen area, including those from Macedonia, will need to apply for a travel authorization before coming...

Zaman’s Ankara office given to Erdoğan media group without any tender

Zaman’s Ankara office given to Erdoğan media group without any tender

Pro-government newspaper Akit reported on Sunday that the Ankara office of the Zaman group, which was seized unlawfully in March 2016, was sold to the Turkuvaz media group without any tender.

Austrian conservative set to become world's youngest leader

Austrian conservative set to become world's youngest leader

Austria's conservative People's Party (ÖVP), led by 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz, is set to win the country's general election, projections suggest.

Child migrants suffer police violence on EU borders: MSF

Child migrants suffer police violence on EU borders: MSF

Medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) accused the Bulgarian, Croatian and Hungarian police of resorting to violence against migrants, notably children, in their bid to stop them from slipping into Europe, AFP reports.

594 Young Children Growing Up In Turkish Prisons

594 Young Children Growing Up In Turkish Prisons

Five hundred ninety-four children under the age of 6 are being kept with their mothers in Turkish prisons, Turkey’s Ministry of Justice said, the Diken news website reported on Tuesday.

Turkish court approves prison sentence for teacher who ‘praised terrorism’ during live talk show

Turkish court approves prison sentence for teacher who ‘praised terrorism’ during live talk show

A regional Turkish court has approved a 15-months prison sentence for Turkish teacher Ayşe Çelik, who called for an end to clashes between Kurdish militants and Turkish security forces in Diyarbakır during a TV program in 2016, Cumhuriyet reported on...

Catalans say hundreds injured as chaotic independence poll unfolds

Catalans say hundreds injured as chaotic independence poll unfolds

Catalan officials say at least 337 people have been injured in clashes as police try to prevent voting in Catalonia's independence referendum, BBC reports.

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