Category Archives: Education

In post-Daesh Raqqah, slain locals await proper burials

It has been a year since Syria's Raqqa province, once known as a Daesh stronghold, came under the control of the YPG/PKK terrorist group.

Today, the bodies of slain civilians …

US Envoy: ‘Some’ Militants Have Withdrawn From Syria’s Idlib

A senior U.S. official says some, but maybe not all, militant rebel holdouts have pulled out of the demilitarized zone in Syria's Idlib province, two days after the deadline to …

Turkey may interrogate Saudi officials if needed

Turkey may interrogate officials at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul if the need arises, the foreign minister said on Tuesday.

Mevlut Cavusoglu was referring to investigations in the case of …

Over 200,000 irregular migrants held in Turkey in 2018

A total of 205,000 irregular migrants were held in Turkey in 2018, the interior minister said on Monday.

The irregular migrants were mostly of Afghan, Pakistani, Syrian and Iraqi nationals, …

UN food body vows to end famine

World Hunger Day this year will be celebrated with the theme of Zero Hunger, said Viorel Gutu, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) representative in Turkey.…

Turkey to ease foreign investors’ citizenship process

Turkey will open service offices to ease citizenship or long-term residence permit procedures for foreign investors, the Turkish Interior Ministry announced on Saturday.

Last month, the country has reduced required …