Emergency declared in Turkey

Emergency declared in Turkey

Ankara / Istanbul : The shadow of insurgence continues over Turkey even after arresting 6000 civilians in three days. After spotting 5 suspicious helicopters hovering over the city of Istanbul, Turkey has ordered its fighter planes to shoot down the helicopters the moment they are seen. Simultaneously tanks and anti-aircraft guns have been deployed and Erdogan government has imposed emergency […]

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After 7 months of tensions, Foreign Ministers of Russia & Turkey meet

After 7 months of tensions, Foreign Ministers of Russia & Turkey meet

Sochi, Dt. 2 (News Agency) – An important meeting was held between the foreign ministers of Russia and Turkey newly improvise the cooperative measures by leaving behind the previous tensions that was created on causing of fall of the Russian fighter plane in the Syrian border by Turkey last year. During that time, Mevlut Cavusoglu, […]

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Turkey apologizes to Russia

Turkey apologizes to Russia

Moscow, 28 June 2016 (Agencies) – After restoring diplomatic ties with Israel, Turkey is now trying to address Russia’s displeasure. President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan apologised to the Russian President Vladimir Putin for the last year’s attack on Russian jet at the  Syria border. Russia is Turkey’s friend and strategic partner country, said President […]

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Don’t blackmail Turkey on Armenia Genocide: Turkish President Erdogan

Don’t blackmail Turkey on Armenia Genocide: Turkish President Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted strongly to the resolution passed by German Parliament recognizing the massacres of Armenians under the Ottoman Empire as Genocide. ‘This resolution has no value and will not change Turkey’s position on the matter. Charges that the Ottoman Empire committed Genocide against the Armenians are being used as “blackmail” against Turkey. Ankara […]

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Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu steps down amid conflict with Erdogan

Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu steps down amid conflict with Erdogan

Vexed with the authoritarian ways and the pressure tactics of the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced his decision to step down. ‘The resignation was not a willing decision. Given the circumstances, it was but an option he had to resort to’, he added, leaving room for speculation about pressure […]

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