Tuesday, Jul 16
Turkey condemns EU decision on Cyprus issue
EU foreign ministers decided Monday to "impose" sanctions on Turkey over its drilling activities in the Mediterranean.
5th day of Turkey's Russian S-400 shipment
China’s economy slows to 27-year low
Democratic Congresswomen slam Trump over racist tweets
The congresswomen called out Trump’s attacks as blatantly racist and the agenda of white nationalists.
Magnitude 5.8 earthquake hits Bali
A strong earthquake has struck a popular tourist hub in Indonesia.
Hong Kong chief calls bill protesters as ‘rioters’
The extradition bill that sparked the protests would have allowed criminal suspects in Hong Kong to be sent to China to face trial in courts controlled by the ruling Communist Party.
Death toll rises to 65 in Nepal floods
Ten thousand people have been displaced from their homes as incessant monsoon rains pounded many areas in Nepal since Thursday.
9 Palestinians detained in West Bank
At least 5,700 Palestinians are being derailed by Israeli forces.
Israel concerns over Turkey’s S-400 delivery
UK, Germany, France fear over Iran nuclear deal
UK, France and Germany say they fear the Iran nuclear deal is at risk of collapsing after the US pulled out of the agreement.
8th plane carrying S-400 equipment arrives at Ankara
Turkey's Russian S-400 missile system deployments resume.
Trump’s racist attack against Democratic congresswomen
Trump used racist language to attack progressive Democratic congresswomen, falsely implying they weren't natural-born American citizens.
Turkish jets launch operation in N. Iraq
The airstrikes destroyed weapon emplacements and shelters used by PKK terrorists.
Merkel’s honoring Hitler assasins angers far-right extremists
German chancellor said Germans have a duty to stand up to right-wing extremists just as the resistance faced down Adolf Hitler.
Protesters clash with police after Bastille Day parade
US marked the 3rd anniversary of Turkey’s defeated coup
Washington has been reluctant to extradite FETO terror organization leader Fetullah Gülen, saying there was insufficient evidence, sparking tension in relations already fragile since 2016.
Iran FM spokesman denies US talks with Russian mediation
Iran rejected any negotiations with Washington until it lifts sanctions.
Turkey will continue its activities in E.Mediterranean, says Turkish FM
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu says, Turkey will continue its activities in Eastern Mediterranean unless Greek Cypriots cooperate.
Tens of thousands protestors rallied in Hong Kong
The protesters at Sunday’s event waved banners appealing to Trump to “Please liberate Hong Kong”.
Netanyahu warns Hezbollah not to attack Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened to deal a crushing blow to Lebanon, a day after the Lebanese-based militia's leader said it is capable of destroying Israel.