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Erdogan rejects allegation students are forcibly enrolled in Imam Hatip Schools

ISTANBUL : President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has rejected the allegation that students are being forcibly enrolled in Imam Hatip Schools.  The president also instructed the sports minister...

Egypt attacks ‘militant bases’ in Libya

CAIRO: Egypt fighter planes cartied out strikes on militant bases in Libya.  According to Jasarat.com correspondent, Egypt had carried out strikes on militant bases in...

India bans sale of cows, other cattle for slaughter

NEW DELHI: The Ministry for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, has issued new rules banning the sale of cattle, including cows,...

Turkey to introduce alphabets W, X, Q in primary curriculum

Turkish students will be introduced to the letters “w,” “x” and “q,” which are not in the Turkish alphabet, starting from the fourth grade...

Greece to build first official mosque after Ottoman times

The Greek parliament has approved a bill that allows the construction of Athens' first official mosque to resume. Only far-right party Golden Dawn and Independent...

Do ordinary Turks trust the West?

For years Western countries, and especially our allies, have done everything to create question marks in the minds of ordinary Turks around whether these...

Turkey trains hundreds of Pakistani military personnel

ANKARA: A total of 1,494 Pakistani military personnel received their military education in Turkey since a bilateral agreement was signed in March 2001, according...

EU cannot treat Turkey like a beggar: President Erdogan

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on May 25 on the sidelines of...

All aboard India’s new luxury affordable train

India’s passenger trains are notorious for being rickety and spartan, but the government is hoping to change all that with a new “luxury” service. The...

Turkey offers one-year free shopping to Syrians in mall

IDLIB, Syria: Turkish aid agency has opened a shopping mall in war-torn Idlib province of Syria for families living in the region, it was...