Tuesday, October 06, 2015
Russian jet violated air space due to 'weather conditions'
Russian Defence Ministry claimed on Monday that Russia's violation of Turkish airspace lasted a couple of seconds and was due to 'weather conditions'.
Russian Ministry of... More
Erdoğan criticizes EU’s inaction over Syrian crisis
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Monday during his visit in Brussels that Turkey's spending of $7.5 billion on sheltering about 2 million Syrian refugees in the country... More
Facebook and Eutelsat to beam free Internet from space to Africa
Facebook announced Monday that it is developing a satellite that will beam free broadband Internet from space to large swaths of sub-Saharan Africa, a goal the company has... More
New species discovered thanks to uni student's fossil find
Fossils found by a University of Nebraska-Lincoln student in New Mexico have led to the discovery of a new genus and rodent-like species.
According to the Lincoln Journal... More
'AK Party's election promises to cost TL 19 billion'
Davutoğlu said the promises made regarding economic and financial reforms, investments and production listed in the AK Party's manifesto for the general elections would cost TL 19 billion with no budget deficit incurred More
'Violation of Turkey's airspace extremely dangerous'
NATO denounced Russia in a statement on Monday for violating Turkish airspace along the frontier with Syria, while NATO ambassadors told Russia to halt its incursions into... More
Erdoğan discusses visa liberalization, safe zone and Syrian crisis in Europe
During his visit to Brussels, President Erdoğan came together with EU leaders, who reportedly sought Ankara's help to overcome the refugee influx to Europe. Erdoğan criticized the EU's reluctance to take responsibility in solving the Syrian crisis More
187 refugees en route to Europe stopped in western Turkey
Some 187 refugees trying to travel to Europe have been stopped in western Turkish province of Edirne on Monday, according to police sources.
According to Edirne police,... More
Parole board sets aside decision to release Oscar Pistorius from jail
A South African parole board on Monday set aside a decision to release Oscar Pistorius from the jail where he is serving a five year sentence for shooting dead his girlfriend,... More
Car bombings across Iraq kill 50, wound dozens
A series of car bombings across Iraq Monday killed at least 50 people and wounded dozens as the government continued its efforts to combat extremism across the country.
Russia says violation of Turkish airspace occurred by ‘mistake'
The Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned the Russian ambassador over an airspace violation. Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu indicated that "the incident occurred by mistake."... More