Interesting developments have been taking place in Turkey for the past two weeks. We have been having social protests and upheavals unprecedented in Turkey’s history on the one side and the International Turkish Olympics on the other.
Incidents that saddened the region and the whole country took place at Gezi Park in Taksim Square of İstanbul.
European Council President Herman Von Rompuy paid a one-day official visit to Turkey on May 24 at the invitation of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan officially visited the United States accompanied by a large delegation of ministers, businessmen, bureaucrats and media representatives between May 16-21.
May 19, Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day
Some Greek cities, Salonika in particular, have recently been seeing some meetings and ceremonies to be used against Turkey on the basis of the so-called Greek Pontus region and allegations of genocide.
Topping Turkey’s domestic politics these days have been the peace plan, or the Solution Process, and the meetings held by a 69-strong delegation, called the Wise Men, in many parts of Turkey.
One of Britain’s former Prime Ministers, Margaret Thatcher who passed away on April 8, 2013 was one of the symbolic names of the transformations in the 1980s not only in her own country but in the whole world.
İstanbul became once again the centre of international politics last week.
Spanish police arrested Kimyongür on June 17 and will reportedly take her to court tomorrow.
Reaction to the Gezi Park incidents continue to pour in.
130 people were killed in floods and landslides in India.
Anti-Islam sentiments in the EU , nhow in the clutches of an economic crisis, are surging.
US President Barack Obama pays his first official visit to Germany after he was elected President.
The ruling party in Germany has firmly said that it is against Turkey's EU membership.
The Adriatic Group has convened in Macedonia's capital Skopje.
Turkish Radio and Television Corporation Official Web Site
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