Monday, Sep 23
A new charter committee to be formed for Syria crisis
At a summit on Syria with Russian and Iran hosted by Turkey earlier this month, Erdoğan said the participants would urge the constitutional committee to begin work as soon as possible.
Iran sets British oil tanker free
On July 19, the Iranian government had seized the tanker amid national security concerns.
More than 20 killed in Papua unrest
Military sources report that at least 20 were killed as Indonesia's Papua region plunged into fresh unrest.
UK court to decide on Johnson's parliament suspension
Under UK’s unwritten constitution, the power to suspend or dissolve parliament formally remains with the monarch, a politically impartial figure who acts in accordance with the advice of the PM.
British tour operator Thomas Cook collapses
Arab Knesset members want Gantz as Israeli premier
Arab Joint List won 13 seats in last week's general election, making it 3rd-largest grouping in Knesset.
School collapse kills at least 7 students in Kenya
According to government officials, 57 others hospitalized suffering from various injuries.
Game of Thrones takes the top Emmy honors
Medieval drama Game of Thrones closed its run with a fourth Emmy award for best drama series.
China sends two more Beidou satellites into space
The rocket blasted off at 5:10 am at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Southwest China's Sichuan province.
Johnson blames Iran for Aramco attack
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that UK would consider joining US-led military effort for the protection of Saudi Arabia.
Russian DM dreams of returning to Syberia
Erdoğan, Trump presidents discuss regional issues over phone
Earlier, President Erdoğan had said he would address international peace and security issues at the UN General Assembly on the first day of the General Debate on Sept. 24.
President Erdoğan meets US Senator to discuss relationships
Erdoğan on Saturday arrived in New York to attend the 74th session of UN General Assembly.
Protesters occupy shopping mall in Hong Kong
UK to provide a £87-million-fund for Rohingya
The Rohingya, described by the UN as the world's most persecuted people, have faced heightened fears of attack since dozens were killed in communal violence in 2012.
Iranian commander vows to respond to any attack
Tension has escalated in the Gulf after drones hit two oil facilities in the north of Saudi Arabia on Sept. 14.
Iran to unveil plan for Gulf security
Saudi Arabia and the United States accuse Iran of attacking Saudi oil facilities on Sept. 14, the biggest such assault on the world’s top oil exporter.
US sends trucks to terrorist PKK/YPG in Syria
About 200 trucks carrying logistical support pass Semelka crossing in Syria-Iraq border.
Car slams into a mosque in eastern France
The driver has been detained by police after receiving a stab wound.
Yellow Vest protests continue for 45th week in France
As many as 163 protesters were arrested across the country.