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Aug 04, 2018
Turkey to re-open consulate in Iraq's Mosul four years after freeing city from Islamic State's clutchesTurkey has planned to reopen a consulate in Mosul four years after ridding the city of Islamic State jihadists
Jul 16, 2016
Turkey coup: Erdogan needs to remain in control because we can't afford another IraqAn overthrowing of Erdogan, who has ruled Turkey with popular mandate since 2003, would have marked one of the biggest shifts in the Middle East in years. Even a failed coup attempt could still destabilize the pivotal country.
Jun 02, 2016
Germany passes resolution to recognize Armenian 'genocide' in World War IThe "Armenian genocide" recognition comes at a particularly awkward time as Germany and EU are relying on Turkey to help stem a record influx of migrants.
Apr 02, 2016
Tiny treasures: 17th-19th Century Indian miniatures part of Bonhams' auctionThe highlights of Bonhams' auction include 50 miniatures encapsulating a broad range of Indian painting from 17th to 19th century
Feb 27, 2016
Watch: A quick guide to a century of conflict in the Middle EastThe history of the most oil rich region in the country, from the Ottoman empire to the Arab uprising, all cramped into a video that lasts less than 2 minutes.
Dec 30, 2014
New letter reveals Winston Churchill's family believed he wanted to convert to Islam, begged him not toFormer British Prime Minister Winston Churchill wanted to convert to Islam and was begged by his family members not to do so, say news reports.
Nov 19, 2014
Turkey may redevelop Istanbul's Gezi park that had sparked protestsAn initially small-scale campaign to save Gezi Park in May 2013 eventually drew an estimated three million protesters in a nationwide outpouring of anger.
Jun 12, 2014
Turkey: Two dozen anti-government activists put on trialThe group met Erdogan at the height of the unrest to discuss the protesters' demands, only to be accused by the premier of being "traitors" aiming to destabilise the government.
Jun 11, 2013
Riot police occupy Istanbul's Taskin Square, push back protestersHundreds of police clad in riot gear pushed easily past barricades in Istanbul's central Taskin Square early on Tuesday, and many of the protesters who had occupied the square for more than a week were pushed into a nearby park.
May 25, 2012
Istanbul: The original home of the tulipThe tulip originated not in Netherlands but in Central Asia and eastern Turkey where it was a wild flower noticed by merchants on the Silk Route. The international Tulip festival is held over nine days in April but the blooms last till the end of May.