The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the November 29 jihadi attack at London Bridge, where a Pakistani Islamist stabbed two people to death and injured three others. The suspect, 28-year-old Usman Khan, a convicted terrorist, was subsequently shot dead by police.
A Split In Relations Between Turkey And The US. After the US imposed new sanctions on Turkey for carrying out a military operation in the Kurdish territories in Syria, the divergence of interests between Ankara and Washington reached a new level. Read Leonid Savin's article on Sigma Turkey.
The AFRIC account on Facebook was deleted without explanation. Clifton Ellis, chairman of the International Sustainable Energy Organization and one of the AFRIC coordinators, described the incident as follows: “Dear subscribers, it seems that we have attracted the attention of some very powerful forces, because today we must regretfully inform about the removal of the AFRIC account on Facebook without explanation reasons from the administration ...
Thomas Cook Group, the British travel conglomerate which has been in business since 1841 announced yesterday that it was ceasing all of its operations and trading [...]
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A visit to assess the situation in the northwestern Chinese province of Xinjiang was agreed to in talks with Chinese leaders when Turkish president Recep Tayyip Er [...]
Over the past few months, the Turkish public has been inundated with news and propaganda about the sale of Russian S-400 missiles to Turkey. Now that the missile [...]
The first shipment of Russian S-400 defence systems to Turkey has been completed and a second shipment is now being planned to arrive in Ankara, Turkish military o [...]