Federal Judge Berman rejects Zarrab’s motion for dismissal of indictment

Federal Judge Berman rejects Zarrab’s motion for dismissal of indictment

Judge Richard Berman, senior federal judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, on Monday rejected a motion submitted by the lawyers of Turkish-Iranian businessman Reza Zarrab seeking the dismissal of an indictment against their...

2,584 suspended, 109 sacked, 149 arrested, 213 detained over coup charges on Thursday

2,584 suspended, 109 sacked, 149 arrested, 213 detained over coup charges on Thursday

A huge cleansing of Turkey’s state and other institutions is continuing as people from all walks of life find themselves hunted down and taken into custody.

Berlin seeks to combine Russian, French UNSC resolutions on Syria

Berlin seeks to combine Russian, French UNSC resolutions on Syria

Draft UN Security Council resolutions on Syria authored by Russia and France should be combined, German Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Sawsan Chebli said Monday, Sputnik news agency reports.

Damascus offers east Aleppo militants to leave besieged area safely

Damascus offers east Aleppo militants to leave besieged area safely

Syrian authorities are ready to guarantee safe passage to militants who want to leave the besieged parts of eastern Aleppo, local media reported Monday.

2 suicide bombers blow themselves up in Ankara police operation

2 suicide bombers blow themselves up in Ankara police operation

Two suicide bombers who were preparing for an attack in the nation’s capital blew themselves up in a car during a police operation near an Ankara highway on Saturday morning.

Haiti devastated in wake of hurricane Matthew

Haiti devastated in wake of hurricane Matthew

The number of people killed as hurricane Matthew hit Haiti rose to at least 877.

200 arrested, 139 detained over coup charges on Thursday

200 arrested, 139 detained over coup charges on Thursday

At least 200 people were arrested while 139 others were detained on Thursday, according to Turkish news agencies.

Tarkan’s ‘Cuppa’ a ‘coup’ song, claims pro-gov’t journalist

Tarkan’s ‘Cuppa’ a ‘coup’ song, claims pro-gov’t journalist

Columnist Bayram Zilan from the pro-government Milat daily argued on Wednesday that Turkey’s iconic pop singer Tarkan’s newest song “Cuppa” could have been composed for the July 15 coup attempt, saying that the song’s name would have been changed from...

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