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How can Russia be so indifferent to the human tragedy in Idlib?

The Russian Defense Ministry, ignoring the tragedy faced in the middle of winter by the one million people whose homes were destroyed as a result of the blind bombs itself fired Idlib, who lost numerous family members and loved ones, and set off to T... more

Russia’s humanity caught in Syria’s quagmire

As many as one million people have fled their homes as a result of the regime’s Russia-backed attacks in Idlib that have been ongoing for some time now. As expected, these people have set off to Turkey and, as a matter of fact, they have reached the ... more

Erdoğan paves the way for a new era between Turkey, Algeria

After completing his contacts in Algeria today, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will be traveling to Gambia. He will then move on to Senegal as he continues his practice of visiting at least three countries during his Africa visits, which has ... more

What does the Berlin Conference have in store for Libya?

The conference called for by Germany that is set to convene in Berlin to ensure a ceasefire in Libya and contribute to the political solution, would be meaningless if Khalifa Haftar is to object to the ceasefire decision last minute. Similar to previ... more

Turkey is headed to Libya not to fight but to make peace

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin calling the warring parties in Libya to a ceasefire was immediately accepted by the legitimate Tripoli government, while the belligerent Khalifa Haftar administration at first ... more

Haftar, his masters’ haste before Turkey comes to rescue

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, who met for the Blue Stream gas pipeline opening ceremony in Istanbul, had both Syria and Libya on their agenda. One of the most important and expected outcomes of these meeti... more

Why did the US assassinate Qassem Soleimani?

The killing of Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, by the United States of America, at the start of the new year, is an indication that this year has more developments in store. The international m... more

What the Kuala Lumpur Summit promises Muslims in the future

The mini Islamic summit called for by Mahathir Mohamad, convened in Kuala Lumpur the previous week and brought up questions that are critical for the Muslim world. The question about how Muslims have fallen so behind in today’s world despite all thei... more

Saudi Arabia may as well have murdered Jamal Khashoggi again

Saudi Arabia’s Criminal Court has, for some time now, been carrying out the trial concerning the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. When the Chief Prosecutor’s Office announced the verdict of the case, the Khashoggi issue was reignited.It was reig... more


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