US Senate passes new North American trade deal

The agreement includes tougher rules on labour and automotive content but leaves $1.2 trillion in annual US-Mexico-Canada trade flows largely unchanged. Flags of the US,...

Ottoman Palestine records present obstacle for Israeli land grab policies

Zionist hardliners worry that by handing over historic records, Turkey will help Palestinians protect themselves from land appropriation by Israeli authorities. Turkey’s decision to hand...

US that killed Soleimani as terrorist harbors ‘Turkey’s Khomeini’

By Melih Altınok :- Just hours after Iran launched a missile strike on U.S. bases in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of Gen. Qassem...

UN holds Kashmir talks amid ongoing concerns

United Nations Security Council members held rare talks on the disputed region of Kashmir on Wednesday amid ongoing concerns over the flashpoint between nuclear-armed...

Iran wants dialogue with world, working to ‘prevent war’ – Rouhani

Iran is now enriching more uranium than Tehran did before it agreed to a nuclear deal with world powers in 2015, President Hassan Rouhani...

China hopes UNSC meet spurs India-Pakistan talks on Kashmir

UN Security Council members hold rare "closed consultations," called by Beijing, on disputed Kashmir where New Delhi is accused of abuses against its mostly-Muslim...

Britain launches farm bill as Brexit paves way for major reforms

Britain currently abides by the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy but is set to leave the European Union at the end of this month. There...

British PM Johnson rejects Scottish call for new independence referendum

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote to Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Tuesday, refusing her request to be given the powers to hold...

Iran’s Quds Force chose Esmail Qaani as Suleimani’s successor, his proxies active all over...

By Ahmed Quraishi: - To understand Esmail Qaani, who replaced Qasem Suleimani as the commander of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, you must look...

Raid nabs counterfeit $127.5 million bound for FETÖ members abroad

Istanbul police announced Wednesday that they confiscated $127.5 million in counterfeit bills destined for members of the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) in South America...

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Putin sends amendments to parliament to change presidential term limits

Russian President Vladimir Putin submitted amendments to parliament on Monday to change the presidential term limits, according to the bill posted on the legislature's...

Turkey considering new partner for nuke plant in Sinop

Turkey's Energy and Natural Resources Ministry is reassessing its major partner for the country's second nuclear plant at Sinop, Turkey's Energy Minister Fatih Dönmez...

China, EU to boost ties through closer cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping's special envoy Yang Jiechi on Sunday met with President of European Council Charles Michel here with the two sides agreeing...