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Commemoration Event of the Victims

Twenty seven years passed since January 20, 1990 events, which went down in the history of the Azerbaijan as “The Bloody January Tragedy - GARA YANVAR”. ... Full story

Flight recorder reveals faulty wing flaps to blame Russia plane crash

The main flight recorder from the Russian jet that crashed into the Black Sea on Sunday has revealed that faulty flaps were to blame, Russian media say. ... Full story

Prime Minister confirms UK ready to play its part to support reunification of Cyprus

On Monday, local MP David Burrowes welcomed the multi-party talks regarding the unification of Cyprus and asked the Government ... Full story


Following are President Erdoğan’s remarks regarding the armed attack on Russian Ambassador to Turkey Karlov ... Full story

Comprehensive reform of migration system is essential

Committee of the Regions pushes for change to asylum, improvements to legal migration and extra efforts on integration ... Full story

Local MP David Burrowes continues to press for a unified Cyprus

David Burrowes, MP for Enfield Southgate, called upon the Foreign Secretary on Thursday to make a statement on the negotiations following his visit to Cyprus the previous week, seeking reassurance for his “Cypriot constituents that the stalled talks will resume”. ... Full story

Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty case Brexit

The UK's biggest constitutional case in decades - on how the government can begin the process of the UK leaving the European Union - is being decided at the Supreme Court. What is it all about? ... Full story

Turkey and the European Union, Cautiously Confrontational, For Now

Relations between Turkey and the European Union are at an all-time low says Laura Batalla Adam, the Secretary General of the European Parliament’s Friends of Turkey Group. Article By Edward Rowe ... Full story


Turkish President Erdoğan’s spoke at the Symposium of Jerusalem Platform held in İstanbul ... Full story

Turkey's refugee warning to open border with EU

Turkey’s strained relationship with the EU has boosted the hopes of refugees aiming to reach Europe. ... Full story

UK and Poland to ensure strong ties after Brexit

Prime ministers of the U.K. and Poland will look for ways to ensure a strong bilateral relationship during a “first of its kind” summit following Brexit in London. ... Full story

EU temporarily freeze accession negotiations with Turkey

The European Parliament also warns the Turkish authorities that the re-introduction of capital punishment would have to lead to a formal suspension of the accession process. ... Full story

Europe in deafening silence about July 15

Daniel Kawczynski, member of the British Parliament and the Foreign Affairs Select Committee which is looking into the coup attempt that took place in Turkey on July 15 ... Full story

Turkish Israeli Relations between two countries

Turkey and Israel renewed ties in June following a six-year split over the attack on the Mavi Marmara humanitarian aid ship in May 2010, when Israeli commandos killed 10 Turkish activists on the Gaza-bound vessel. ... Full story

EU relocation programme must accelerate

Two members of an S&D delegation, Josef Weidenholzer and Ana Gomes, just returned from a fact-finding mission to the refugee camps Serres and Petra Olympou in Greece. The main objective of the mission was to understand the delay in the process of relocation of the Yazidi community, as well as to monitor the humanitarian situation on the ground. ... Full story

Israel appoints its first ambassador to Turkey in six years

Israel appointed its first ambassador to Turkey in six years, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said. ... Full story

Trump urges supporters to stop harassing minorities

Donald Trump urged supporters on Sunday to "stop" vandalizing and harassing Muslims, blacks, Latinos and other groups. ... Full story

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