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A senior Lebanese security official headed to Damascus on Friday to discuss a prisoner exchange deal that could free nine Lebanese citizens kidnapped by Syrian rebels last year. Major General Abbas Ibrahim would deliver a new list of Syrian prisoners
It is dirty propaganda," Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, according to a ministry spokesman. Davutoglu was referring to a column published in the Washington Post on Thursday. Citing "knowledgeable sources," the Post's David Ignatius reported
Persistently strained relations between Israel and Turkey have not been helped by a report that last year Turkey revealed to Iran the identities of up to 10 Iranians who had spied for Israel. The Israeli government refused to comment Thursday on the
Turkish fighter jets Thursday repelled a Syrian warplane and military helicopter after officials spotted the aircraft approaching the border, the Turkish military said in a statement. The statement issued by the General Staff of the Turkish Armed
The rise of al-Qaeda in parts of Syria's north has left Turkey facing a new security threat on its already vulnerable border and raised questions about its wholesale support for rebels battling President Bashar Assad. Turkey has long championed more
The two disappeared on August 9th on the road leading to Beirut's International Airport, which passes through a Hezbollah-controlled area.
A keenly awaited European Union report will criticise excessive use of force by Turkish police in tackling protests this year but urge the EU to breathe new life into Turkey's faltering bid to join the 28-nation bloc. The executive European
I'm fine, said Murat Akpinar, one of the two Turkish Airlines pilots kidnapped in August. His co-pilot, Murat Agca, reassured his family that he was also doing well...Both men appeared in the 30-second video, sporting medium beards. Akpinar and Agca
Jailed Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan said on Monday he was still hopeful a peace deal with the Turkish state was possible but argued that Ankara needed to shift the process into a new gear. "The process that we started last year has great meaning,"
Photo by Umit Bektas/Reuters Turkish government seem to be playing a very childish game with Israel. After groveling, twisting and twirling to the Turks infantile demands, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is now being demanded to do more.