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Russia does not expect Turkey to cut its ties with the EU while conducting accession talks with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), Russia's ambassador to Ankara said Wednesday. "It is all is up to Ankara," Andrey Karlov said. "During the [SCO] membership process, we are not at…
08.20 / 09:03
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The European Commission chief spokesman Margaritis Schinas said Friday the European body was abiding by the refugee deal between the European Union and Turkey. Speaking at a daily press conference in Brussels, Schinas said: "We are sticking to the EU-Turkey agreement on refugees and we will do…
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The European Parliament on Thursday adopted a non-binding motion urging the European Commission and national governments to temporarily suspend EU accession talks with Turkey. By 479 votes to 37, with 107 abstentions, lawmakers backed a motion calling on "the Commission and on the Member…
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While expressing concerns about recent developments in Turkey, the U.S. said Friday it would continue to voice strong support for its ally and that country's democracy. State Department spokesman John Kirby said the U.S. would not pin Turkey's democracy and the detainment of a pair of…
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There was a decline in Islamophobic attacks on Muslims in France since January, the country's National Observatory Against Islamophobia claimed on Thursday. However, the group warned that growing "cyber hate" against Muslims remained a serious issue. Some 149 anti-Muslim acts were recorded…
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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras reshuffled his government late Friday in an attempt to boost its stability amid a bailout review. The previous Cabinet had been strongly criticized by Greeks because of the implementation of deep austerity policies and former ministers had openly opposed the bailout…
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Hungary plans to build a second fence on its southern border with Serbia in order to stem illegal migration, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Friday. The fence will be built alongside the existing one and have the capacity to stop hundreds of thousands of migrants, Orban told public radio Kossuth.…
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Hundreds of people lined the streets of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo on Saturday to bid farewell to the recently identified remains of more than 120 people murdered in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. The bodies of the 127 victims began their final journey from the central Bosnian city of Visoko on…
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A phased settlement to the conflict in occupied Karabakh has been agreed, a senior advisor to the Azerbaijani president said Wednesday. Novruz Mammadov said an agreement-in-principle was reached in St. Petersburg, Russia, following talks involving Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, Russian…
08.20 / 09:03
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Prime Minister David Cameron has apologized to a London-based Muslim preacher for suggesting he supports Daesh. Cameron had claimed during a parliamentary debate that Suliman Gani, an imam from the south London suburb of Tooting, was a supporter of the extremist group based in Syria and Iraq. He…
08.20 / 09:03
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TEHRAN, Aug. 20 (MNA) – Iranian documentary ‘Alone among the Taliban’ directed by Mohsen Eslamzadeh, has been accepted into the official program of the 12th Marbella Intl. Film Festival in Spain…
08.20 / 07:31
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Islam Times - Britain’s security minister has warned that terror threat is still on the rise in the United Kingdom despite recent losses of the Daesh Takfiri group in Iraq and S…
08.20 / 04:00
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TEHRAN, Aug. 16 (MNA) – In separate meetings with newly-appointed ambassadors of Austria, Serbia, Uruguay, and Iranian ambassador to Paris, President Hassan Rouhani called for expansion of cooperation with their respective countries.  …
08.19 / 20:47
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