Suggesting it has taken in its fill of refugees, Turkey is expected to press the UN this week to create a safe haven inside Syria, saying the humanitarian burden ‘now needs to be shared.’
Officials are moving quickly to rebuild the cities and towns destroyed in last year’s earthquake in eastern Turkey, but they can’t restore the Kurds’ fractured family and community ties.
With journalistic freedom diminishing in Turkey, Twitter has emerged as a powerful work-around for independent reporters.
NATO and Turkey talked tough about Syria’s shooting down of a Turkish military jet at an emergency summit in Brussels today. But they sought to calm fears of a broader escalation.
When delegates from 57 nations gathered in Istanbul last week to discuss bringing peace and stability to Somalia, one country’s efforts got special attention: Turkey.
Meanwhile, in mainland China censors worked overtime to censor any cryptic reference to the anniversary.
An industrial boom has started in several cities in Turkey’s provincial, conservative regions that have started to compete with the country’s economic powerhouse, Istanbul.
The Turkish government has expressed outrage with Syrian forces for allegedly firing across the border.