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This European country has seen a 70 per cent increase in visitors since the pandemic.
Scholz welcomes a 'difficult' Erdogan
This is the first visit to Germany by the Turkish president since 2020.
Was Turkey's Atatürk an authoritarian leader or a visionary European?
Atatürk's vision remains a symbol of hope for Turks who aspire to achieve a fully democratic future. His name continues to be synonymous with optimism, representing the enduring spirit of the nation, Dr Demir Murat Seyrek writes.
Brain drain casts a dark shadow over Turkey's future
Sky-high inflation and currency collapse have hit the economy hard, while Erdogan has eroded rights and freedoms.
Turkey's EU membership: Here's what the new Commission's report says
The European Commission's latest report on Turkey's accession to the EU expresses concerns over democratic backsliding, the continued militarisation of Northern Cyprus and pro-Hamas rhetoric.
Top US diplomat in Turkey to allay Ankara's anger over Gaza
Turkey's president has blasted the West's hypocrisy for shedding "crocodile tears" over civilian deaths in Ukraine, while idly standing by as Israel devastates Gaza.
France facing multiple foreign interference threats, warns report
China, Russia and Turkey are all mentioned as active meddlers in French politics and society in assessment that draws a line between free and authoritarian global blocs.
Hamas 'are not terrorists', says Turkey's President Erdogan
"Western powers shed tears for Israel and do nothing else," lamented the Turkish president.
Is it safe to travel to Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon right now?
The UK and EU governments have already warned against all but essential travel to Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Tired of other tourists? Take a private group trip this winter
From Budapest’s Christmas market to Norway’s midnight sun, these private group trips make for holidays to remember.
Syrian sources say 20 people dead and 50 injured in a Turkish air raid
Turkey has been targeting Kurdish forces in Iraq and Syria after a gun and bomb attack in Ankara on October 1st
This is why Sweden might not join NATO after all
Joining NATO is not like joining the Schengen Zone — it is a commitment to shed blood for one another in the event of any invasion, Dr Gladden Pappin writes.
Turkish airstrikes on Kurdish PKK after suicide bomb attack in Ankara
The attack occurred hours before Parliament was set to reopen after its three-month summer recess with an address by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Why is Turkey's oldest film festival in a censorship crisis?
"It is deeply regrettable that in such an important festival, there is a possibility of using the power of art to propagate FETÖ terrorist organization propaganda under the pretext of victimization."
Turkey pushes interest rates up to highest level since 2003
The central bank said that rocketing inflation was above expectations in the past couple of months and that to combat the trend, more interest rate hikes are likely.
Europe attacked by Muslim leaders at UN over Quran burnings
Turkey's president said "racism, xenophobia and Islamophobia" in European countries had reached "intolerable" levels.
Three divers missing in Turkey helicopter crash
The trio of workers for the Turkish fire service disappeared as their helicopter fell into a reservoir near Izmir.
Explorer thought he would die during 11-day ordeal in a Turkish cave
Researcher who was saved in an international rescue effort says he'd love to return to the cave to complete his work.
New US sanctions to plug loopholes that let Russia get Western tech
The US has announced a raft of new sanctions aimed at people and companies in countries, notably NATO member Turkey, that sell Western technology to Russia that could be used to bolster its war effort.
Sweden to increase defence spending amid NATO bid
The country's defence minister said it faced the "most serious security policy situation since the end of World War II".