Saturday, Apr 20
'Greece violates int'l law by arming Aegean islands'
Turkey Defense Minister Hulusi Akar urged Greece to take the necessary measures to adhere to the demilitarized status of the Aegean islands, as stipulated by international law and treaties.
14th round of Pakistan,Turkey meeting concludes
The three-day 14th Round of Pakistan-Turkey High-Level Military Dialogue Group (HLMDG) meeting concluded here at Ministry of Defence on Friday.
Trump discusses shared vision with commander Haftar
Donald Trump discussed 'ongoing counterterrorism efforts' and the need to end hostilities with Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar during a telephone call earlier this week, the White House said Friday.
Iraq conducts first flight with coalition at Syria border
The defensive mission aimed at improving capabilities of the Iraqi Air Force.
Macron meets YPG terrorists
Defense and aviation revenues reach $8.76B in 2018
Last year, Turkey spent $1.45B for researches, development in the defense field.
Trump approval drops 3 points after release of Mueller report
Donald Trump raged Friday at Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report on Russian interference, one day after he claimed total exoneration.
French minister bans Yellow Vests from Notre Dame
The French interior minister warned on Friday that violence could flare up on the 23rd Saturday of Yellow Vest protests, as authorities banned marches around the fire-gutted Notre-Dame cathedral.
44th OANA Executive Board Meeting launches in Vietnam
The 44th Executive Board Meeting of the Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) Executive Board, hosted by the Vietnam News Agency, opened in Hanoi on April 19.
France police arrest 570 in climate change protests
The protesters demand urgent action from the government to tackle climate change and ecological crisis.
PKK/YPG terror group recruiting children in northern Syria
PKK/YPG terror group set a special unit to recruit children, youth in northern Syria.
Thousands of people say farewell to ex-president following suicide
Supporters of the 69-year-old's APRA party watched as their ex-president's coffin was paraded through the group's headquarters in Lima last night.
Trump to visit Japan in late May
Donald Trump will travel to Japan on May 25-28 for meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo, the White House said in a statement on Thursday.
Man chops his finger off after voting for wrong party in India
A man in India chopped off his finger after accidentally voted for the wrong party in the country’s ongoing general elections.
Female journalist shot dead during Derry riots
A woman was shot dead during rioting in the Creggan area of Derry city in the northwest of Northern Ireland on Thursday, police said.
Trump tried to get Mueller removed from the case
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russian probe was released. The report shows that President Trump tried to take Mueller off the case.
Death toll rises as rains wreak havoc in South Asia
Most deaths resulted from roof collapse and electrocution.
North Korea tests new nuclear weapon
Libya orders ministry officials to halt dealings with France
The UN-backed Libyan government decided to stop all security cooperation with France for the latter's support for the east based army which is trying to take over Tripoli.
Cause of Notre Dame fire is electrical short-circuit