Coronavirus: Curbs on pre-Olympic event in Japan mulled

Organizers of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are considering to put in place curbs on athletes taking part in pre-olympics marathon amid the coronavirus outbreak, Japanese media reported on Monday. The Tokyo Marathon management decided that only…

US ‘peace’ plan favors Israel: Russian foreign minister

The U.S. plan “peace plan” for the Middle East suggests unilateral concessions in favor of Israel and violates international law, according to Russia’s foreign minister. Such an approach does not help efforts for a just solution to the issue,…

5 Turkish soldiers martyred in regime attack in Syria

At least five Turkish troops were martyred and five others injured in an attack by the Assad regime forces in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province on Monday, the country's National Defense Ministry said. This came after a similar attack by the…

‘Security of Turkey’s data as important as its borders’

The security of data and electronic systems is as important as the country's border security, Turkey’s president said Monday. "Trying to provide data security with foreign solutions means leaving border security to foreign soldiers," Recep Tayyip…

Turkey says it retaliated attack on troops in Idlib

Turkey's presidential spokesman condemned Monday's attack by the Syrian regime forces in Idlib which left five Turkish soldiers martyred and as many injured. Ibrahim Kalin said in a tweet that this heinous attack was immediately retaliated and the…

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Coronavirus: Curbs on pre-Olympic event in Japan mulled

Organizers of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are considering to put in place curbs on athletes taking part in pre-olympics marathon amid the coronavirus outbreak, Japanese media reported on Monday. The Tokyo Marathon management decided…

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Coronavirus: Curbs on pre-Olympic event in Japan mulled

Organizers of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are considering to put in place curbs on athletes taking part in pre-olympics marathon amid the coronavirus outbreak, Japanese media reported on Monday. The Tokyo Marathon management decided…

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Ottoman coffeehouses in the U.S.

For nearly five centuries, coffeehouses or cafés have been important cultural spaces that represent globalization, rapid change, and the blending of diverse world cultures. Today’s Starbucks Coffee Company is the product of…

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Turkey-US Confrontation Is Based On Kurdish Question

AK Party Deputy Chairman for Publicity and Media and former Mardin MP Orhan Miroğlu conducted an interview with Pınar Işık Ardor for Global USA readers.   What is the meaning of the last meeting held between the PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan…

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USD6.05–0.19%
EUR6.55–0.24%
GBP7.86–0.55%
JPY0.06–0.26%
SAR1.61–0.18%
BTC58,334.61–3.40%

US ‘peace’ plan favors Israel: Russian foreign minister

The U.S. plan “peace plan” for the Middle East suggests unilateral concessions in favor of Israel and violates international law, according to Russia’s foreign minister. Such an approach does not help efforts for a just solution to the issue,…

US peace plan: Trump’s lifeline for Netanyahu

Palestinian political analysts say that U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement of a Middle East peace plan will serve as a lifeline for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The plan, dubbed "the Deal of the Century," is expected to be…

Despite issues, Turkish military bases still key for US

Despite the personal rapport often shared by their leaders, Turkey and the U.S. are currently at odds over a number of issues, but the U.S. interest in bases on Turkish soil endures, according to a foreign policy analyst. The U.S. Congress is…

‘Turkey, EU willing to boost trade, investment ties’

Turkey and EU are willing to advance bilateral trade and investment relations, Turkey’s trade minister said on Friday. "We had a fruitful meeting with EU Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan" to address various issues of mutual interest, Ruhsar Pekcan…

Ankara condemns US spending bill’s anti-Turkey measures

Turkey condemned on Friday the use of "negative language targeting Turkey" in a budget bill passed in the U.S. Congress. "This is the latest outcome of the agenda pursued by Members of Congress who are bent on damaging our bilateral relations by…

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Ottoman coffeehouses in the U.S.

For nearly five centuries, coffeehouses or cafés have been important cultural spaces that represent globalization, rapid change, and the blending of diverse world cultures. Today’s Starbucks Coffee Company is the product of…

Turkey’s Afrin Operation and Russia

Turkey initiated the Operation Olive Branch in Afrin canton immediately after the Operation Euphrates Shield and Idlib accomplished at very successful level in order to struggle with the…

Ottoman coffeehouses in the U.S.

For nearly five centuries, coffeehouses or cafés have been important cultural spaces that represent globalization, rapid change, and the blending of diverse world cultures. Today’s…

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Turkey-US Confrontation Is Based On Kurdish Question

AK Party Deputy Chairman for Publicity and Media and former Mardin MP Orhan Miroğlu conducted an interview with Pınar Işık Ardor for Global USA readers.   What is the meaning of the last meeting held between the PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan…

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Coronavirus: Curbs on pre-Olympic event in Japan mulled

Organizers of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are considering to put in place curbs on athletes taking part in pre-olympics marathon amid the coronavirus outbreak, Japanese media reported on Monday. The Tokyo Marathon management decided…

Currency

 TRY – Turkish Lira

USD6.05–0.19%
EUR6.55–0.24%
GBP7.86–0.55%
JPY0.06–0.26%
SAR1.61–0.18%
BTC58,334.61–3.40%