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Saudi Arabia has announced that the death penalty is being sought against five suspects in the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
The airport, which will be fully operational in January, is set to take in 90 million passengers a year, with plans to expand to 200 million per year.
You could say the leaders' body language spoke volumes in a photograph after a summit on Syria
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says a constitutional committee for Syria should be formed as soon as possible. It comes after a four-way summit on Syria in Istanbul together with Germany's Angela Merkel, France's Emmanuel Macron and Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor said on Thursday that new evidence indicated that the killing of the dissident Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi had been “premeditated.”
Turkish president suggests trials of those involved should take place in his country's courts.
The US Pastor released from Turkey knelt next to Donald Trump and said a prayer for him.
The Hungarian Prime Minister and Turkish President had an awkward exchange in front of reporters on Tuesday.
That’s according to NBC news who said friends of the missing journalist said it prompted concerns that he was being lured into a trap
The Saudi journalist, missing for a week, Jamal Khashoggi was sent to the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul from the Saudi Embassy in Washington DC. That’s according to NBC news who said friends of the missing journalist said it prompted concerns that he was being lured into a trap
Barbaros Sansal made the decision to start a new life in Belgium after being attacked and imprisoned last year for posting a critical video on social media.
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan wrapped up a three-day visit to Germany on Saturday with a visit to Cologne, where a security lockdown kept supporters and protesters away from a ceremony to open the country's largest mosque.
Erdogan get mixed reception in Cologne on last day of bridge-building trip.
The man was wearing a t-shirt demanding freedom for imprisoned journalists in Turkey
The German and Turkish leaders hold a joint-press conference in Berlin.
The visit has been classed with the highest security level with 5000 police officers on the streets of Berlin. Large parts of the capital are blocked off
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Around 5,000 police officers are expected on the streets of Berlin to provide security during a visit by Turkey's President Erdogan
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced during a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan the creation of a "buffer zone" in Syria's Idlib province. It will be a demilitarized area in between Syrian government forces and rebel forces during the looming battle for the territory.
Russian and Syrian warplanes have kept up their assault on Idlib after a summit failed to agree on a ceasefire.
The key challenge for Turkey is not the form of its relationship with the EU, but the fact that it crucially needs EU markets, funds, and investment to prosper. This in turn requires the rule of law, not the rule of the arbitrary. Choices will have to be made in Ankara.
The statue was removed on Wednesday, with authorities saying it had become a security risk.
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The 4-metre-tall golden statue was erected on Monday evening as part of the Wiesbaden Biennale art festival.