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Turkey’s state-run TRT TV to broadcast Quran reciting competition during Ramadan

Turkey's state-run broadcaster TRT will air a Quran reciting competition every evening throughout the upcoming month of Ramadan. TRT's deputy director-general Ibrahim Eren said that...

Israel bans Muslims aged less than 30-year from entering al-Aqsa Mosque...

Israel has banned the entry of Muslims aged less than 30 years into al-Aqsa Mosque throughout the Holy month of Ramazan.  According to yenisafak.com, only...

Does Western media protect Fethullah Gulen?

For quite a while now, many of our media organizations, journalists and political figures have been complaining about the Western media's coverage of Turkey,...

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...

Indian army awards officer who used Kashmiri as ‘human shield’

India’s army said it has commended an officer accused of tying a Kashmiri man to a jeep and using him as a human shield,...

Man sets Kemal Ataturk’s statue on fire in Turkey

An unidentified person who poured gasoline on a statue of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey, and later hit it with an...

Turkey is fighting terrorist propaganda: Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that his government was fighting those who openly support terrorism and spread terrorist propaganda. Speaking at the opening...

At least 22 dead, 50 injured in Manchester concert explosion

LONDON — An explosion at a musical concert in the northern English city of Manchester late Monday night left at least 22 people dead...

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...

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...