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Final judgment pronounced on Mladic, “the Bosnian Butcher”

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In the case of Ratko Mladic, nicknamed "The Butcher of Bosnia," which was sentenced to life imprisonment by the International Criminal Tribunal for the...

The Turkish Council calls for a diplomatic solution for Tajikistan and...

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Baghdad Ameryev, Secretary-General of the Council for Cooperation of Turkish-Speaking Countries "Turkish Council", said that the tension on the borders between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan...

Egypt: Washington alone is able to save the Renaissance Dam negotiations

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The Egyptian ambassador to Washington, Moataz Zahran, called on the United States on Friday to intervene to save the stalled "Renaissance" dam negotiations. Considering that...

Erdogan comments on Geneva: I don’t trust the administration of southern...

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed his lack of confidence in the administration of southern Cyprus regarding efforts to resolve the island divided...

Washington: Biden’s statement won’t affect the “sovereign immunity” of Turkey

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The US State Department announced that President Joe Biden's description of the events of 1915 as "genocide" against Armenians would not affect Turkey's "sovereign...

Russia’s crisis is exacerbated with the Czech and Bulgarian countries

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Another country was involved in the espionage crisis between the Czechs and Russia. Bulgaria announced that 6 Russian citizens are in a "suspicious situation" regarding...

An application for the use of the BioNTech / Pfizer vaccine...

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BioNTech and Pfizer have applied to the European Medicines Agency for permission for the coronavirus vaccine they have developed. This is intended to be used...

2.7 million tourists visited Turkey in the first quarter of 2021

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The number of tourists who visited Turkey during the first quarter of this year was about 2.7 million. The Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism...

Oil drops more than 1 percent as demand concerns mount

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Crude oil prices fell more than 1 percent on Friday, driven by fears of declining global demand due to the widening Corona pandemic in...

Half of the population may be below the poverty line in...

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In Myanmar, it was announced that half of the country's population may be at risk of poverty by 2022 due to the negative effects...
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