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?God?s Shadow,? by Alan Mikhail, argues that world history was shaped by the West?s fears of Turkish domination.
Many Greeks have grown frustrated as tens of thousands of asylum seekers languished on Greek islands. Now, evidence shows, a new conservative government has a new method of keeping them out.
Despite being a NATO member, Turkey has bought Russian air defense. And a recent push into Libya and its energy ambitions nearly led to armed conflicts with France and Greece.
The legislation extends control over platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Critics worry it will be used to stifle dissent and criticism of the government.
Here are eight cultural dances that you can learn at home through online tutorials or mobile dance apps.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey joined crowds of Muslim worshipers at the Hagia Sophia for its first Friday Prayer since being restored to a working mosque.
The Muslim faithful celebrated the decision by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, even as it generated dismay among Christians and architectural conservators.
In the Eastern Mediterranean, the West has retreated. That leaves Turkey and Russia to fill the vacuum.
Rescuers continue to pull the bodies of victims from Lake Van, in eastern Turkey, more than three weeks after the fishing boat carrying them sank.
Turkey?s decision to change the former cathedral into a mosque flies against the pluralist instincts of Islam?s founders.