Friday, November 27, 2015
Tom Cruise hasn’t seen daughter for 800 days because of his belief in Scientology
Tom Cruise is believed not to have seen his nine-year-old daughter for 800 days due to his involvement with the controversial Scientology religion, according to media claims.
Police detain one suspect in anti-terror raid on Daesh
Turkish police have detained one suspect with links to the Daesh terror group on early Friday in Istanbul.
According to security sources, squads from Istanbul police's... More
Sicily: An eternal meeting point between Africa and Europe
Having harbored different civilizations for centuries, the gorgeous island of Sicily offers unparalled cultural richness bearing both Islamic and European heritage More
Five Polish seamen abducted from cargo ship on Nigerian waters
Five Polish seamen, including the captain and three officers, have been abducted from a ship on Nigerian waters, Poland's government said Friday. that
Foreign Minister... More
Raspberry Pi Zero: A pinch-sized computer for $5
The Raspberry Pi Zero has just been released as the cheapest fully functioning computer, at a cheaper price than lunch.
The U.K. based charity Raspberry Pi Foundation has... More
'Military channels with Russia should stay open'
Turkey's Supreme Military Council (YAŞ) agreed to keep military channels with Russia open, a statement released after a YAŞ meeting on Thursday said.
The statement said... More
'We would act differently if we knew jet was Russian'
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan gave an interview to France 24 TV channel on Thursday regarding the Russian jet downed near the Turkish-Syrian border on November 24. In the... More
A rainy but warm week ahead of cold spell
The weather forecast for Turkey changed dramatically on Thursday, after weeks of moderate temperatures, as rainfall made a comeback and the Directorate General of Meteorology... More
Cumhuriyet daily's Can Dündar and Erdem Gül arrested
A public prosecutor referred Cumhuriyet daily Editor-in-Chief Can Dündar and Ankara Representative Erdem Gül to court with an arrest demand on Thursday for unlawful publications... More
NASA's 'time machine' to be launched in 2018
Ever wondered what the galaxy looked like 200 millions years after the Big Bang? Well, with the new James Webb space telescope set to be launched in 2018 by the National Aeronautics... More
'Russia does not want a clash with NATO'
NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Philip Breedlove, on Thursday said that a confrontation between NATO countries and Russia should be avoided.
Speaking about the... More
- Syrian Crisis
Hollande, Putin agree on co-op in Daesh fight; Assad disagreement remains
French President Francois Hollande and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed on strengthening the cooperation in the fight against Daesh but the disagreement on whether... More
- Syrian Crisis
US knew flight path of plane downed by Turkey: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed on Thursday that Russia had given prior information to the United States of the flight path of the plane downed by Turkey on the Syrian... More
Jeremy Irons to receive achievement award in Antalya
World-renown British actor Jeremy Irons, who has acted in many famous productions such as ‘The Merchant of Venice,' ‘Dungeons and Dragons, ‘Lolita' and many others, will be the guest of the 52nd Antalya Film Festival to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award More
'Turkey won't apologize to Russia over downing of jet'
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu vowed on Thursday that Ankara would not apologize to Moscow over the downing of a warplane on the Syrian... More
Newspaper executive, reporter arrested in espionage case
The editor-in-chief and a reporter from a Turkish newspaper were arrested late Thursday on charges of espionage after publishing a news story and photographs in the controversial... More
Who can risk trading with Russia now?
Becoming a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a prestigious step for any country looking to be included in the global market. But it entails the entrant to abide... More
Russia loses reputation as a reliable trade partner
Russia's decision to spite Turkey for downing a Russian jet by cutting trade ties and tightening customs controls for Turkish goods reinforces Moscow's image as an unreliable trade partner More
Russia Today publishes fabricated 'evidence' to show Daesh links with Erdoğan's son
Russian media outlets have sank to a new low on Wednesday in their perception management against Turkey amid downing of a Russian jet by the Turkish Air Force, as they attempt... More
Amazon rain forest deforestation increased by 16 pct
The destruction of Brazil's Amazon forest, the world's largest intact rain forest, increased by 16 percent in 2015 from a year ago as the government struggles to enforce legislation... More
'Turkey ready to work with Russia to calm tensions'
In an opinion piece published on Thursday in the Times newspaper of the UK, Turkish premier emphasized his country's willingness to find constructive solutions for the raising tensions between Ankara and Moscow. Stating that Turkey is ready to cooperate with its strategic partner Russia, Davutoğlu added that a common ground can be found to calm tensions More
26 Turkish businessmen held in Russia
At least 26 Turkish businessmen were taken into police custody in Russia's Black Sea city of Krasnodar late Wednesday, said Turkish diplomatic sources.
The group was in... More
21 killed in suicide bomb attack in Nigeria
At least 21 people were killed on Friday when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the crowds at a Shia Muslim procession near the north Nigerian city of Kano, in the latest... More
Gold prices fell to their lowest level in more than five years
Gold fell near a six-year low on Friday, heading towards $1,000 a troy ounce as expectations that the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month increased, curbing... More
'Issue with Russia to be resolved through diplomacy'
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has said that diplomacy will be the cure to resolving divisions between Ankara and Moscow.
Speaking in Baku, Azerbaijan on Friday, Çavuşoğlu... More
Islamic finance to manage assets of $6.5 trillion globally by 2020
Islamic finance is emerging as one of the main tools for further economic development in the Mediterranean region, a panel of experts said on Friday.
Speaking at the 3rd... More
Three police officers injured, one PKK terrorist killed
Three policemen were injured in an attack by PKK terrorists in Turkey's southeastern province of Diyarbakır on early Friday morning, police sources said.
The incident took... More