Erdogan’s Big Prediction On Israel’s Next Move If It Defeats Hamas; ‘Will Set Sights On…’ | Watch

Published on May 16, 2024 12:03 AM IST Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued a stark warning over Israel’s post-Gaza war plans. Erdogan warned that Israel will “set its sights” on Turkey if it succeeds in defeating the Hamas terror group in the Gaza Strip. His warning came during his address at the Grand National … Read more

Dozens Killed As Istanbul Nightclub Catches Fire During Renovation Work | World News

ISTANBUL: In a tragic incident that shook Istanbul, a major city in Turkey, a devastating fire tore through a nightclub, claiming the lives of at least 29 people, according to reports from CNN citing state media. The blaze, which broke out during daytime renovation work on Tuesday, also left eight individuals injured, with seven in critical … Read more

Turkey: Erdogan Party’s Biggest Loss In 20 Years As Rival Imamoglu’s Party Sweeps Local Elections

Published on Apr 01, 2024 12:26 PM IST Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has suffered a huge blow with his party facing its most humiliating election defeat in around 2 decades. Erdogan’s AKP has comprehensively lost to the Opposition CHP in nationwide local elections. The results have propelled Istanbul mayor Ekrem Imamoglu to become Erdogan’s … Read more

Opposition CHP leading in key cities

Turkey’s opposition candidate and incumbent mayor of Istanbul, Ekrem Imamoglu, is leading in local elections, according to preliminary results. Imamoglu, of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), had nearly 50.92% of the vote with around 92% of the ballot boxes counted in Istanbul, according to state-run Anadolu Agency. “Tonight, 16 million Istanbul citizens sent … Read more

On Cam: NATO Leader Calls Macron ‘Danger To Europe, Warmonger’ For Ukraine Entry Threat To Russia

Published on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST France President Emmanuel Macron continues to come under attack for this threat to Russia about possibly sending Western troops into Ukraine. In the latest instance, Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister has called Macron a warmonger and a threat to Europe. Matteo Salvini made the comments at a public … Read more

‘Oldest Bread Ever’ Unearthed At Archeological Site In Turkey, Dating Back to 6600 BC

Last Updated: March 11, 2024, 00:31 IST The 8,600-year-old bread was found at the Neolithic archeological site of Çatalhöyük at Cumra district in Konya, Turkey. (Image: @DrDavidMiano/X) Archeologists in Turkey uncover the world’s oldest bread dating back to 6600 BC at the Çatalhöyük site, shedding light on ancient food practices Archeologists in Turkey have unearthed … Read more

Turkey Angers China; Catches Six Chinese Nationals ‘Spying’ on Uyghurs In Ankara | Details

Published on Feb 22, 2024 01:10 AM IST Turkish authorities have detained six people suspected of spying on Uyghurs for China’s intelligence service. A state-run Anadolu news agency reported that police’s help is being sought to nab another suspect. Turkish authorities said that the suspects were gathering information on notable individuals from the Uyghur community … Read more

Erdogan’s Big Announcement For Gaza Amid Israel-Hamas War;’Turkey Ready To…’ | Watch

Published on Feb 15, 2024 09:11 AM IST Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that Turkey was ready for cooperation with Egypt to rebuild Gaza amid ongoing Israel-Hamas war. Erdogan and his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi held a joint news conference on Wednesday in Cairo. Erdogan said the humanitarian tragedy in Gaza topped … Read more

NATO Nation ‘Echoes’ Hamas; Announces Big Move ‘To Get’ Israel Implicated Over ‘Gaza Crimes’

Published on Feb 03, 2024 12:36 AM IST Spain has once again gone against its NATO partner, the U.S., and poked Israel. Madrid has announced that it will contribute voluntarily to the ICJ probe against Israel. The International Court of Justice is investigating human rights violations by Israel in Gaza. Notably, Spain and Israel have … Read more

Turkey’s Erdogan signs off on Sweden’s NATO membership

Turkey’s president finally approved Sweden’s bid to join NATO on Thursday, ending months of delay and leaving only Hungary standing in the way of Stockholm’s membership of the military alliance. Tayyip Erdogan signed off on the Turkish parliament’s earlier ratification of the bid, the presidency’s official gazette showed, about 20 months after Stockholm first asked … Read more