By Ari Lieberman
Reeling from a series of embarrassing public disclosures involving embezzlement, bribery, undue influence and strong-arm tactics, Turkey's neo-Ottoman, Islamist Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, threatened to ban the popular social media sites of Facebook and YouTube, accusing them of encouraging...
By Isabel Coles
(Reuters) -- The holiday season has yet to begin, but hotels in the mountain resort towns of Iraq's Kurdistan region are already fully booked.
By Ryan Lucas
BEIRUT (AP) -- The number of Syrian children affected by the civil war in their homeland has doubled in the past year to at least 5.
Baghdad -- Iraq's Council of Ministers should withdraw a new draft Personal Status Law and ensure that Iraq's legal framework protects women and girls in line with its international obligations.
By Joelle El-Khoury
Despite fears that prevailed over the past several months in Lebanon -- particularly in terms of security, amid the emerging phenomenon of suicide bombers -- the "neutrality decision" of Lebanon remains a regional and international necessity, a decision that no one has desired to disrupt so far.
ANKARA -- Turkey is ready to face its history records, Turkish parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek said Tuesday speaking on Armenian claims of genocide.
By Ivan Watson
Istanbul (CNN) -- Grief and rage erupted on the streets of Turkey's largest city after a 15-year-old boy struck in the head by a tear gas canister died Tuesday morning in a hospital. Much of the anger was focused on Turkey's embattled prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
As news broke of the 13 Maaloula Nun's release from terrorist captivity, a dedicated group of Americans descended upon the Turkish Consulate in Los Angeles, to protest Turkey's support of Terrorism and Genocide in Syria.
(AFP) -- Saudi Arabia on Monday slammed as "aggressive and irresponsible" accusations by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki that the kingdom was supporting global terrorism.