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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Israel has criticized recent comparisons of the current German government to the Nazi regime, implicitly referring to recent comments from Turkish government officials.
Iraqi forces have retaken more than a third of west Mosul from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a commander said, as Baghdad’s troops fought March 12 to advance deeper into the city
Serkan Demirtaş - ANKARA
Ankara again urges Moscow and Washington to drop any support for the Kurdish YPG in the fight for northern Syria
Turkey has denounced a bomb attack in the Syrian capital Damascus, which targeted religious sites that Shia pilgrims were visiting
Uğur Ergan - ANKARA
Following a three-way military summit between Turkey, Russia and the United States, the chiefs of staff of Turkey and the U.S. met bilaterally, sources have said, with developments in Syria and Iraq regarding the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as top of the agenda.
Ankara and Moscow are conducting all kinds of military cooperation in Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on March 10 speaking at a press conference with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow
Deniz Çiyan - JERUSALEM
A group of Turkish doctors is set to establish a live donor transplant unit at a well-known Israeli hospital in Jerusalem, according to an Israeli doctor.
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
At least 98 militants have been killed in Turkey and northern Syria over a week, the Turkish military said March 10.
Complaints have been filed against the pilot of the Syrian military jet that crashed in the Yaylacık district of the southern province of Hatay near the Turkish-Syrian border.
Deniz Çiyan - TEL AVIV
Security is an area in common in which both Turkey and Israel can benefit following a rapprochement following six years of strained ties, the Turkish envoy to Israel has said
Turkey and Israel should begin focusing on practical issues as they repair their relationship following a six-year hiatus due to the Mavi Marmara massacre, Israel’s parliamentary speaker has said, adding that focusing on issues that divide the two nations at the outset would lead nowhere.