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Turkish Customs Officers Seize 123 Kilos of Cocaine on Cargo Ship

Turkish customs officers have seized about 123 kg of cocaine aboard a Liberian-flagged cargo ship and arrested seven suspected drug traffickers at southern Mersin port, according to the Customs and Trade Ministry

Turkey Plans to Ease Trains for Women

A project has been announced aimed at designating separate railway carriages for women on intra-city trains

Turkish President Holds Talks with Cuban Foreign Minister

This meeting put an end to the agenda of the 2-day visit paid by  the Cuban diplomat to that Eurasian republic

Turkey to Restore Ancient Mausoleum at Halicarnassus

The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, located in the district of Bodrum, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey, has been set for restitution

Andrei Karlov, Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Murdered in Ankara

Russia’s ambassador to Turkey was fatally shot Monday while delivering a speech at an art exhibition in the capital city Ankara, according to Russia’s RIA agency

UN Condemns Terrorist Attack in Istanbul, Turkey

Senior officials of the United Nations today condemned the terrorist attack that yesterday killed at least 36 people and left over 120 injured in the Turkish Ataturk Airport in Istanbul

Images of Drowned Syrian Boy Shock World as EU Crisis Deepens

The child, named as Aylan Kurdi, is one of the 11 Syrians feared to have drowned off the popular Turkish seaside resort of Bodrum.

Turkey Interested in Investment Relations with Cuba

Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci expressed his country’s intentions to invest at Mariel special economic zone and stressed the opportunities for commercial exchange.

Raul Castro Welcomes Turkish Counterpart in Havana

Cuban President Raul Castro received this Wednesday morning his Turkish peer Recep Tayyip Erdoğan who is in an official visit to Cuba.

Police-Demonstrators Clashes Reported in 48 Turkish Cities

Turkish police arrested nearly 1000 people in some 90 demonstrations in 48 cities across the country against the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his decision to remove Gezi Park in Istanbul.