Most Azerbaijanis condemn Turkey’s decision to turn Hagia Sophia in Istanbul into a mosque, although there are those who support it
86 years later, the Hagia Sophia, one of the main symbols of Istanbul, is deprived of the status of a museum and is open for worship as a mosque
Turkish President Erdogan wants to ban Youtube, Twitter, and Netflix after social media users offended his daughter. 16 people who posted comments have been detained, another 15 are on the wanted list.
A possible change in the status of the Hagia Sophia sparks tensions between Turkey and Greece
Ankara Bar Association under fire for criticism of Turkish Minister of Religious Affairs Ali Erbaş' harsh statement on sexual minorities
As long as no new coronavirus problems arise, Turkey plans to resume domestic tourism first, and then open the country to foreign tourists by mid-summer
Coronavirus pandemic: news, cases and deaths statistics, analysis, preventive safety measures, focus on the Caucasus and Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia
"We have a significant legal basis for territorial claims. And if we are ready and conduct work in this direction, we will be able to make use of the situation” – expert
Coronavirus is spreading rapidly across Turkey. Experts blame the government, which allowed thousands of believers to go to Saudi Arabia, although several coronavirus deaths had already been reported in the country.
This is a response to the statement of the Turkish Foreign Minister about the need to active the OSCE Minsk Group to resolve the conflict
“For 70 years you couldn’t even look in that direction” - the tragedy that divided villages between Turkey and Georgia
Soon it will be the 100th anniversary since the Kars agreement separated brothers, sisters, parents and children who ended up on opposite sides of the Georgian-Turkish border
The new law would free men from punishment for rape or for having sex with underage girls if they marry the victim
Tremors have been registered in Syria, Iraq and Israel
From full support to absolute condemnation, leaders from across the world have reacted with a wide degree of variation
The reason for the ban on Wikipedia were statements in several articles that the Turkish government considered offensive
A State Department statement says the US President’s administration is not going to change its attitude towards the massacre of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire
The Armenian community of Istanbul does not recognise the new patriarch and considers him a supporter of the Turkish authorities
In becoming the 32nd country to recognize the Armenian Genocide, US Senators have defied the Trump administration
The resolution does not have any legal force and thus does not require the signature of President Trump
Senator Lindsay Graham, one of Donald Trump's closest associates, exercised his right and blocked the adoption of the resolution.
The document still has to go through the Senate, only then will it be signed by the US President
Trump's sudden decision to withdraw troops from Syria intensified Turkey's military operation and attack on the Kurds. All the details: what is happening in Syria and why America is being called a traitor