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The Foreign Ministry issued a warning for Turkish citizens traveling to regions affected by Hurricane Maria on Sept. 19.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration said on Sept. 7 that it is issuing a new security directive requiring enhanced screening of cargo from Turkey.
Trump says US may sell ‘sophisticated’ army equipment to Japan and South Korea, as Pyongyang warns it’s ‘ready to send more gifts’ to US
BATAC, Philippines – Agence France-Presse
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hailed late dictator Ferdinand Marcos as a hero for many Filipinos during a weekend of emotional celebrations by supporters of the former strongman ahead of his 100th birth anniversary today.
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - Agence France-Presse
Monster Hurricane Irma slammed into the island of Barbuda early yesterday as it barreled its way across the Caribbean packing ferocious winds and potential for towering coastal surges.
A major earthquake off Mexico's southern coast killed at least 15 people
PHOENIX – The Associated Press
Chinese President Xi Jinping sought yesterday to move past a tense border dispute with India, telling Prime Minister Narendra Modi the two nuclear-armed neighbors should pursue “healthy, stable” relations, according to China’s state media.
Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, drove toward Florida on Sept. 8 as it lashed the Caribbean with winds and torrential rain, leaving behind at least 14 deaths and a swathe of catastrophic destruction.
HOUSTON – Reuters
It took just hours for Tropical Storm Harvey’s floodwaters to destroy hand-hewn cabinets and wood floors that Chad Wilson spent more than 18 months to build and install in his Houston home.
ISTANBUL – Reuters
U.S. prosecutors have charged a former Turkish economy minister and a former general manager of a Turkish state bank with conspiring to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran, a U.S. attorney’s office has said in a filing.
HAVANA – The Associated Press
Cuba has begun a five-month political transition expected to end with Raul Castro’s departure from the presidency, capping his family’s near-total dominance of the political system for nearly 60 years.