Syria's U.N. mission told Newsweek that "repeated Israeli attacks on the Syrian sovereignty are not only a technical issue related to the safety of civil air traffic in Syrian airspace, but rather an act of aggression that violates the 1974 ceasefire agreement."
Russia, Iran and Turkey issued a joint statement as guarantors of an oft-stalled peace process in Syria, where President Joe Biden is looking to recalibrate U.S. strategy.
Whether it is on the campaign trail in search of votes or holding fundraisers, candidates from George W. Bush to Barack Obama have all promised to recognize the Armenian genocide as president.
"Inflammatory words turn to violent action - on the steps of the Reichstag, and now in the #Capitol," German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas tweeted.
"We invite all parties in the USA to use moderation and common sense. We believe that the US will overcome this domestic political crisis in maturity," said Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Erdogan has made Israel an offer that Jerusalem would be foolish to accept.
The new cameras were installed at bus stops in the Turkish city of Trabzon, to encourage people to wear masks and prevent the spread of coronavirus.
China currently has five coronavirus vaccines undergoing large-scale, Phase III clinical trials.
Courteney Cox sent legions of "Friends" fans into a frenzy this Thanksgiving by recreating her iconic turkey head dance.
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Among advocates for Turkey's minorities, Osman Kavala is a secular saint.
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Successful management of U.S. interests and maintenance of U.S. leadership requires consistent policy and a belief among local leaders that they can't just browbeat one administration and move on to the next.
While the U.S. waits for a new administration to take office, China, Iran and Turkey find themselves under pressure to act.
Toddler Ayda Gezgin survived almost four days under the dusty cement blocks of her collapsed home in Izmir, Turkey.
Elif Perincek was pulled from the wreckage of her family's apartment in the city of Izmir this morning where she had been trapped for a gruelling 65 hours.
A magnitude 7 tremor was centered off Turkey's Izmir province, the US Geological Survey said, and was felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul.
Whatever one's views are on Turkey's trajectory, pro or con, America must have Azerbaijan's back.
Azerbaijan's ambassador to the United States Elin Suleymanov told Newsweek his country "appreciates every offer to help with reaching the much needed peace in our region."
With no clear path to resolving their Eastern Mediterranean dispute, Greek officials seek a stronger U.S. role, while their Turkish counterparts want Washington to stay neutral as both sides blame each other for the worsening feud.