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Turkey gifts ansari photo of his relative

It was an emotional moment for vice-president Hamid Ansari when he was gifted an old photograph of his great granduncle who had led a medical mission to Turkey in 1913 during the Balkan Wars.

Two killed in Ankara blast

A powerful explosion killed two people and left several injured in the Turkish capital Ankara on Tuesday, NTV television reported.

The blast blew out windows of shops and offices in the surrounding a

Blast rocks Turkey capital Ankara, officials suspect terror link


A powerful bomb rocked the centre of Turkish capital Ankara on Tuesday, killing three people and injuring at least 15, the interior minister said, as immediate suspicion fell on Kurdish separatists.

Turkish army says 100 rebels killed in air raids on Iraq

Turkish air attacks on northern Iraq have killed between 90 and 100 Kurdish rebels and injured another 80, the army said on its website on Tuesday.

The toll was the first issued by the army since it

Philip the Apostle’s tomb ‘found’

Archaeologists believe they have discovered the tomb of Saint Philip, one of the 12 Apostles of Jesus Christ, in western Turkey, Anatolia news agency said Wednesday quoting the team leader.

Assad envoy to holds talks with Turkey PM


An envoy of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was to hold talks on Wednesday with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan who has been urging the Damascus regime to halt its crackdown on protesters.

Turkey may consider hosting Taliban office: diplomat


Turkey may agree to hosting a Taliban office to help reconciliation efforts in conflict-torn Afghanistan, a senior Turkish diplomat said on Tuesday.

"We have always said that Turkey is ready to do an

Turkey helps free Guardian journalist in Libya

Turkish President Abdullah Gul intervened for the release of a reporter from the Guardian newspaper in Libya who was set free on Wednesday, Anatolia news agency reported.

Lebanon leader in Turkey for talks

Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri was in Ankara on Friday for talks expected to focus on the political turmoil in his country, news reports said.

Israel won’t apologise, Turkey says will cut ties

Turkey will cut ties with Israel unless it receives an apology over a deadly Is-raeli raid on a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, the Tu-rkish foreign minister said, but Israel on Monday said it had no

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