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Erdogan to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina

Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay official visits to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. Erdogan will visit on Friday Bosnia and Herzegovina at the invitation of the country’s Presidential Council. …

 3500-year-old ceramic oven found in Turkey

A cceramic oven dating back 3500 years was unearthed in Tepecik Mound in western Aydın province’s Çine district. Excavations at Tepecik Mound, which is located among olive trees and cornfields on the Çine Plain, have …

Turkey withdrawing military forces from Afghanistan

Turkey has begun evacuating its armed forces from Afghanistan after evaluating the current situation and conditions, the Ministry of National Defense said in a statement late Wednesday, referring to the Taliban's takeover of the war-ridden …

Turkey evacuates 1,404 people from Afghanistan

Turkey has evacuated 1,404 people from Afghanistan until today, Turkish Foreign minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on Tuesday. 1,061 of these are Turkish citizens while the others are from various countries, Çavuşoğlu …

Turkey reinforces border to block any Afghan migrant wave

Afghans who manage to make the weeks-long journey through Iran on foot to the Turkish border face a three-metre high wall, ditches or barbed wire as Turkish authorities step up efforts to block any refugee influx into the country. As Reuters …

Russia and Turkey to ink new deal on S-400 delivery soon

A new contract with Turkey on the delivery of Russian-made S-400 medium-to-long-range anti-aircraft missile systems may be signed soon, CEO of the state arms exporter Rosoboronexport (part of the state tech corporation Rostec) Alexander Mikheyev …

Erdogan discusses Afghan crisis with UK PM

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a detailed discussion Sunday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the crisis unfolding in Afghanistan. The two leaders also spoke of the importance of cooperating together with the …

Turkey: Five Roman heritage sites you should know about

The region encompassing modern Turkey was ruled by the Romans for around 14 centuries, serving not only as a gateway into the Near East but also as the empire's administrative base after the reign of Emperor Constantine. As Middle East Eye …