ANNO XVIII Febbraio 2024.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

The first trial related to Turkey’s failed coup d’etat in July has opened near Istanbul.

Published in People UK

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blamed the PKK Kurdistan Workers Party for a car bomb attack that killed at least 13 people in the centre of the country. In a statement in the Turkish press, he said the “separatist terrorist organisation” was responsible for the attack, this being the title he frequently affords the PKK.

Published in Politics UK

Turkey’s President Erdogan has wasted no time in reacting fiercely to what he sees as another snub to Turkey by the European Union, whose parliament voted on Thursday to suspend EU membership talks.

Published in Politics UK

Turkey’s first steps towards accession to Europe go back more than 50 years, when Ankara asked for an association agreement with the European Economic Community. Negotiations officially began in 2005.

Published in Politics UK

The European Parliament’s upcoming vote on whether or not to halt EU membership talks with Turkey has “no value” in Turkish eyes, the country’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.

Published in Politics UK

Turkey-backed Syrian rebels have begun attacking the ISIL-held village of Dabiq.

Published in World UK

A Turkish-backed incursion Syria has liberated a vast swath of land from terrorists, according to Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Published in World UK

Prima visita ad Ankara di un esponente dell’Unione europea dopo il fallito golpe e la successiva repressione degli oppositori. Il presidente del parlamento europeo Martin Schulz ha riaperto il discorso con le autorità turche sull’accordo per il respingimento dei profughi. Ma per portarlo avanti, Ankara chiede il libero accesso dei cittadini turchi in Europa.

Published in Estera

Eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after last month’s failed military coup in their homeland, say they fear execution if they are sent back.

Published in People UK

Ankara (Turchia) - In Turchia dietro gli attacchi del PKK c‘è Fetullah Gülen : così ha parlato il presidente turco Recep Tayyip Erdogan dopo gli attentati che hanno colpito le forze di sicurezza nelle zone orientali del Paese facendo almeno 12 morti e quasi 300 feriti.

Published in Estera

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