STM, a Turkish state-run defence company, announced it has secured two major contracts regarding the direction, collection, process, dissemination, and use of intelligence information within NATO.
Foreign Ministry issues travel warnings for US and some European countries, citing surge in anti-foreigner and racist attacks and growing religious intolerance.
Foreign media outlets are trying to misguide the local public "with their despicable headlines and sneaky articles" on Türkiye's upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.
Rasmus Paludan, known for his anti-Islam extremism, says he would burn the Quran every Friday until Sweden is included in the NATO alliance.
Türkiye issues a stern warning to European countries who disregard acts of sacrilege against Islam's holy book, the Quran, saying "such heinous acts" threaten the practice of peaceful coexistence.
The documentary, which focuses on sustainable living and the climate crisis, will work with a wide range of experts and activists across the world to present practical solutions to the issues.
Türkiye's foreign minister calls former US Secretary of State's claims as full of "exaggeration" and "double standard" and criticises his views towards PKK and FETO terror groups.
The 26th meeting of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) in Uzbekistan's capital saw foreign ministers discuss economic integration mechanisms and other regional issues.
The meeting that was to take place in Brussels in February was postponed to a later date at Ankara's request, according to Turkish diplomatic sources.
A Dutch leader of a far-right group desecrated a copy of the Quran in the second such anti-Muslim incident in Europe in less than a week.
Turkish President Erdogan says no individual has the freedom to insult Islam or any other religion after an anti-Muslim leader was given permission from the Swedish government to burn a copy of the Quran.
"In the Kristallnacht incident, the Nazis burned the pages of the Torah. Would the Swedish authorities today define such a disgusting thing as freedom of expression?” Altun asked.
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