Erdogan heads to Russia to mend bilateral ties with Putin

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is making a visit to Russia to rebuild ties. Erdogan is seeking to overcome a long history of dispute with Moscow and forge new alliances after the July 15...

Baluchistan Terrorism – Nawaz Sharif Really an Indian RAW Asset?

By Dr Shahid Qureshi : - The bombing of lawyers’ protests in Quetta on 8 August 2016 in which dozens of lawyers and civilians got killed at a hospital. All fingers are pointed to the...

Turkey says rising anti-Americanism can be calmed by Gulen extradition

Anti-American sentiment among Turks is on the rise and can only be calmed by the United States extraditing the Muslim cleric Ankara accuses of orchestrating last month's failed coup, Turkey's justice minister said on...

Russia vs. U.S.: a tense race, a strained aftermath

The women's 100 meters breaststroke final at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Monday had already crackled with tension in a tight finish but it was nothing compared to what transpired afterwards. American Lilly King...

Report shows rise in Turkish asylum-seekers in Germany

Growing domestic tensions in Turkey are causing more Turks to look to Germany for refuge, a newspaper report says. Most of them appear to come from Turkey's conflict-ridden Kurdish regions. The number of Turkish citizens...

‘An attack on justice’: 63 killed in hospital bombing in Pakistani city of Quetta

A suicide bomber killed at least 63 people and wounded dozens in an attack that struck a gathering of Pakistani lawyers on the grounds of a government-run hospital in the southwestern city of Quetta...

Pakistan’s bogus bomb-detectors in business despite global scandal

Issam Ahmed•August 8, 2016 :-  Islamabad (AFP) - With radio-like antennae meant to swivel and point at vehicles carrying bombs, "magic wand" explosive detectors proliferated throughout conflict zones in the 2000s until they were exposed...

Brexit will hardly hit North America, Middle East or CIS states: survey

Britain's vote to leave the European Union will hurt the economies of Britain and EU member states, especially Ireland, but will hardly affect North America, the Middle East or the Russia-led Commonwealth of Independent...

UK to probe Airbus’s use of third-party agents to sell planes

PARIS | BY TIM HEPHER :- Airbus Group (AIR.PA) faces potentially lengthy disruption to its business after Britain launched a criminal investigation into suspected irregularities in the use of third-party agents to win commercial jet sales. Europe's...

Turkey’s Erdogan stages mass rally in show of strength after coup attempt

ISTANBUL | BY HUMEYRA PAMUK AND NICK TATTERSALL:-  President Tayyip Erdogan told a rally of more than one million people on Sunday that July's failed coup would be a milestone in building a stronger Turkey,...