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Rifat Hisarciklioglu said on Monday that democratization package would support settlement of the democratic culture in Turkey. Referring to the democratization package announced by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan, Hisarciklioglu said, "
In a historic meeting Massoud Barzani the president of the Kurdistan Regional Govrnment in Iraq (KRG) and Turkish Prime Ministrer Recep Tayyip Erdogan met together in the predominantly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir. http://www.
The Daily Star A new era in Turkey was seemingly born last spring when the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) declared a cease-fire and began withdrawing its guerillas from the country's borders. The Turkish government had made it publicly known
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan said Saturday the country is going through a "true normalization" process that will result in a "new Turkey." "What is being experienced in Turkey is true normalization," Today's Zaman quoted Erdogan as telling
Virtually everything President Obama has done since coming to office falls into one or more of those categories. He promised to fundamentally transform America, and he is doing so with a vengeance by adhering to policies that conform to those nine
Israel's military leadership failure to notice, let alone grasp the strategic implications of, regional and international developments is not new...The Mavi Marmara was sent by the IHH, a Turkish- government supported, al-Qaida-aligned group, to try
Clinton's gimmick was meant to show that under President Barack Obama, American foreign policy would be fundamentally transformed. Since Obama and Clinton blamed much of the world's troubles on the misdeeds of their country, under their stewardship
After another night of rioting which again saw Protesters fighting Police, as they tried to evict demonstrators by using tear gas and water cannons from Gezi park. Police tried stopping Protesters from entering Taksim square by putting up a
Those were popular uprisings against long established dictatorships, which were backed by military establishments, explains Gulf News, and had long run out of any popular mandate that they might have had to start with...Gulf News elaborates, Prime
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan flew back to a Turkey rocked by days of anti-government unrest on Friday and declared before a sea of flag-waving supporters at Istanbul airport: "These protests must end immediately." "No power but Allah can stop Turkey'