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World - All Erdogan`s meals tested at home and abroad: doctor

Every meal that goes before Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is rigorously tested both at home and abroad for fear of possible assassination, his personal doctor said. Currently, samples of the president`s food are analysed in laboratories in both Ankara and Istanbul and during his visits abroad, he said. Erdogan`s opponents accuse him of increasing megalomania, and the authorities of setting up a cult of personality around the man who has ruled Turkey either as president or prime minister since 2003. Erdogan`s 1,150-room palace, which opened last year on the outskirts of Ankara, has been condemned by critics as an absurd extravagance that shows he is slipping further towards authoritarian rule.

Tuesday, March 03, 2015  23:33


Middle East - Iraq`s Drive Against ISIS Reveals Tensions With U.S.

Iraqi officials said that they would fight the Islamic State on their own timetable with or without American help, and U.S. warplanes sat out the biggest Iraqi counteroffensive yet.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015  02:16


Africa - Addis Ababa Journal: Ethiopia, Former Resident of the Bottom, Aspires to the Middle

Some economists have called Ethiopia an “African Lion,” and the government has an ambitious plan to make Ethiopia a middle-income country by 2025.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015  01:58


World - Australian convicts transferred for planned execution on Indonesian island

By Jane Wardell and Beawiharta SYDNEY/DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Two convicted Australian drug smugglers were being transferred on Wednesday from a Bali prison to an island for execution along with other foreigners, underlining Indonesia`s determination to use the death penalty despite international criticism. The planned executions of Myuran Sukumaran, 33, and Andrew Chan, 31, have ratcheted up diplomatic tensions between Australia and Indonesia following repeated pleas of mercy for the pair, who are among 11 death row convicts scheduled to go before a firing squad.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015  02:16


World - Mexico inmates decry worms in food, dirty conjugal beds

Some of Mexico`s notorious criminals are complaining about `inhuman` conditions at a maximum-security prison, claiming they find worm in their food and deal with dirty mattresses in the room for conjugal visits. Around 140 inmates at the El Altiplano prison listed their concerns in an 11-page letter to the National Human Rights Commission, asking the governmental agency to review their conditions. The handwritten letter was signed by kidnappers, murderers and narco traffickers, including big names such as Sinaloa drug cartel boss Joaquin `El Chapo` Guzman, who was captured early last year after a 13-year manhunt.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015  01:22


America - World Briefing: Chile: Eruption Sets Off Evacuations

One of South America`s most active volcanoes erupted early Tuesday in southern Chile, spewing heavy smoke into the air as lava surged down its slopes and prompting the authorities to evacuate about 3,500 people.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015  00:46


World - Turkey`s evacuation of Syrian tomb `no retreat`

Turkey`s decision to evacuate an historic tomb and the soldiers guarding it from Syrian territory was not a retreat, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday, rejecting opposition claims Ankara had surrendered the area to jihadists. Erdogan indicated the operation overnight Saturday was motivated by concerns the tomb and its Turkish guards could have come under attack by Islamic State (IS) militants who control the area. `This is certainly not a retreat,` he said in televised comments in Ankara. The opposition has lambasted the operation to remove the remains of Suleyman Shah -- a 13th century figure revered by Turks -- as a retreat that meekly handed over the area to IS.

Monday, February 23, 2015  19:14


World - Turkey`s Erdogan says relocation of tomb in Syria not a retreat

By Tulay Karadeniz ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey`s military incursion into Syria to relocate a tomb surrounded by Islamic State militants and evacuate the soldiers guarding it was a temporary move to safeguard their lives and not a retreat, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday. The action, which involved tanks, drones and reconnaissance planes as well as several hundred ground troops, was the first of its kind by the Turkish army into Syria since the start of the civil war there nearly four years ago. `The Suleyman Shah tomb operation is not a retreat, it is a temporary move in order not to risk soldiers` lives,` Erdogan said in a speech in the capital Ankara. `The game of those who tried to use the tomb and our soldiers to blackmail Turkey has been disrupted,` he said.

Monday, February 23, 2015  15:55


World - Turkey to harmonize long-range missile system with NATO system - spokesman

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey will make its planned new long-range missile system harmonious with the NATO system, presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin told a news conference on Monday in comments apparently at odds with those of the country`s defense minister. Defence Minister Ismet Yilmaz said last Thursday Ankara did not plan to integrate the new defense system with NATO infrastructure. Officials at the time said a $3.4 billion deal with China was still under consideration. NATO member Turkey chose China Precision Machinery Import and Export Corp as a preferred bidder in 2013, prompting U.S. ...

Monday, February 23, 2015  12:10


World - Turkish military enters Syria to evacuate soldiers, relocate tomb

By Orhan Coskun ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish forces swept into Syria overnight to rescue about 40 soldiers who had been surrounded for months by Islamic State militants while guarding the tomb of a revered Turkish figure. The operation, which involved tanks, drones, reconnaissance planes as well as several hundred ground troops, was the first such incursion by Turkish troops into Syria since the start of the civil war there nearly four years ago. The 38 soldiers who had been guarding the tomb of Suleyman Shah, grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman Empire, were brought safely home. The tomb, which is on a site within Syria that Ankara considers sovereign territory, was relocated.

Sunday, February 22, 2015  10:01

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