US President Donald Trump has voiced support for an American Christian pastor on trial in Turkey on terror-related charges, in a case that has increased friction between Ankara and Washington.
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Turkey on Saturday warned France against increasing its military presence in Syria, saying it would be an "invasion", as tensions between Paris and Ankara remained high.
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The United States unveiled charges on Friday against nine Iranians for their alleged involvement in a massive state-sponsored hacking scheme which targeted hundreds of universities in the US and abroad and stole "valuable intellectual…
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A Turkish regional governor who declared while wielding a double-bladed scimitar above his head that Turkey's forces would soon march into Mosul and Jerusalem has gone into retirement, reports said on Thursday.
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Following the cancellation of the P12-billion Bell 212EPI helicopter contract with Canadian Commercial Corp. (CCC), the Department of National Defense (DND) has rebooted the procurement process for its combat utility helicopters (CUHs)…
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Filipinos working in Macau will have to think twice before accepting supposed job offers from a recruitment "agency" there, the Department of Labor and Employment said.
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Governments, global funds, organisations and investors on Wednesday pledged billions of dollars in loans and investment for the reconstruction of Iraq, a nation reeling from a three-year war against the Islamic State group.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has slammed Canada for reviewing its $233-million deal for the supply of helicopters to the Philippines over concerns about where they will be used.
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The Department of National Defense (DND) ispreparing the letter for the cancellation of the purchase of 16 Bell EPI combat utility helicopters (CUHs) worth P12 billion from Canada.
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The US Treasury on Friday placed three men it said were part of the Islamic State's global financial network on its sanctions blacklist, as it seeks to shut down the flow of funds to the group.
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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday that member state Turkey had a right to act in self-defence as Ankara presses a military operation against Kurdish-held positions in northern Syria.
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Activists have decried the rise of US President Donald Trump and his embrace of populist strongmen as a blow to the global campaign for human rights, but say they see a promising resistance movement.
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The Turkish government Monday said plans to extend the state of emergency imposed after the 2016 failed coup for the sixth time, despite criticism that it is used to target Ankara's critics.
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Turkey's religious affairs state agency came under heavy criticism on Thursday from the main opposition party after it reportedly said girls as young as nine could marry under Islamic law.
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Saudi King Salman and Turkey's premier on Wednesday discussed boosting ties and the status of Jerusalem, in a first high-level meeting since the US controversially recognised the city as Israel's capital.
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Canada and the United States announced Tuesday they will host a summit of foreign ministers in Vancouver on January 16, including envoys from Japan and South Korea, to seek progress on the North Korean nuclear crisis.
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Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Muslim and Arab countries across the world Friday to protest against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in a show of solidarity with the…
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New York's traditional Thanksgiving Day parade brought huge crowds to the city's streets Thursday, packing sidewalks from Central Park to Herald Square even as authorities tightened security following recent terror attacks in the city and…
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Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who are currently employed have been warned again to be more careful in accepting jobs from other countries.
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The winner of Turkey's national beauty pageant was Friday forced to hand back her crown hours after winning, over a tweet relating to the failed coup that was deemed offensive.
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It's the app Ankara says provided the messaging hub for many of the suspected plotters who took part in last year's failed coup.