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  1. Abadi to visit Tehran and Ankara next week Editorial Date: 2018/8/11 18:27 • 417 times read (Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Haider Abadi, next week will be an official visit to Iran and Turkey. "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi will visit Tehran and Ankara next week," security expert Hisham al-Hashemi said in a tweet on Twitter. He pointed out that "the observers confirm that his visit to explain to them the position of the Iraqi government committed to the decisions of US sanctions." Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said last Tuesday that Iraq is not interfering with US sanctions against Iran, but said that the government "will abide by it to protect the interests of Iraq, we can not get out of the international system of the global economy and we can not harm the interests of our people. Big "
  2. Çağdaş Erdoğan captures the explosion of underground rebellion in parts of Istanbul. ‘People have been pushed into the night,’ says the photographer who is now facing jail Tom Seymour Tue 3 Apr 2018 12.30 BST Last modified on Tue 3 Apr 2018 12.56 BST
  3. Students at the Boğaziçi University in Istanbul were protesting AGAINST an action by Islamist students in support of the Turkish army's war in Afrin. Now, the protestors have been arrested by police. The country's president has vowed that they will be expelled because they are "terrorists". March 25, 2018
  4. When The Bastard of Istanbul was published in Turkey in 2006, the author was accused of insulting her homeland. Sadly, things have been getting worse since then … Elif Shafak Sat 13 Jan 2018 11.59 GMT A protestor outside the court during Elif Shafak’s trial in Istanbul in 2006. Photograph: Mustafa Ozer/AFP/Getty Images
  5. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan speaks to his supporters in Ankara on Monday and criticises international election observers who have cast doubt on Sunday’s referendum result. The vote, which gave Erdoğan sweeping new powers, has been judged by independent observers to have fallen short of international standards Source: Reuters Monday 17 April 2017 22.16 BST
  6. The Turkish president’s bid to widen his powers by campaigning during the Dutch elections has sparked an all-out crisis Simon Tisdall Sunday 19 March 2017 00.05 GMT Supporters of Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a rally in Kelsterbach near Frankfurt am Main. There 1,4 million people in Germany eligible to vote in Turkey’s referendum in April. Photograph: Boris Roessler/AFP/Getty Images
  7. Around 35 people have been killed and 40 injured after a gunmen dressed as Santa opened fire in a nightclub in Istanbul. Armed police are on the scene at the Reina club in the Turkey's biggest city and it is believed the perpetrator may still be inside. Initial reports claimed there were two shooters, and that they were wearing Santa costumes during the attack, according to CNN Turk. One gunman remains hiding in the toilets after the shooting, local media claim. The attack happened after midnight celebrations for 2017 (Photo: Twitter) Ambulances line up on a road leading to a nightclub where a gun attack took place (Photo: REUTERS) The shooting is the latest devastating incident in Turkey (Photo: REUTERS) For the latest updates read our live blog here: Turkey 'terror' attack: Live updates as gunfire reported in Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Eve 'injuring 50' Pictures and video show armoured vehicles surrounding the venue after the incident which began around 1.20am local time. Security services said an operation to deal with the gunman is ongoing after the attack on the club, said to have had as many as 600 people inside at the time. Istanbul's governor Vasip Sahin said the assailant, armed with a long-barrelled weapon, killed a policeman and a civilian outside the club in the Ortakoy district before entering and firing at partygoers at around 1.45am local time. "Unfortunately (he) rained bullets in a very cruel and merciless way on innocent people who were there to celebrate New Year's and have fun," Mr Sahin said. Clubbers reportedly jumped into the waters of the Bosporus strait to escape. British tourists have been warned to "remain vigilant" in Turkey. The Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) said UK tourists should follow the advice of local authorities while remaining vigilant. The FCO was attempting to find out whether any British nationals were injured in the attack at the club, where more than 500 revellers were seeing in 2017. A spokesman said: "We are in touch with the local authorities following reports of an incident at a night club in Istanbul." Images posted online claim to show a suspected gunmen inside the club (Photo: Twitter) Separate video sources appear to show the main dressed in a white outfit and hat (Photo: Collect Unknown) READ MORE Angela Merkel tells Germany Islamist terrorism is biggest challenge facing country in 2017 It was estimated up to 800 people may have been in the Reina nightclub at the time of the shooting. Located in the Ortakoy district, it is one of the most well-known venues in Turkey and is popular with the city's rich and famous. Armoured police vehicles outside the club (Photo: REUTERS) Reports of gunfire from famous Istanbul, Turkey nightclub Reina (Photo: Twitter) READ MORE Man arrested for shouting 'bomb' repeatedly at New Year's Eve festival in Berlin Celebrities including Sting, Paris Hilton and Gisele Bundchen have visited in the past. Istanbul had been on high alert for any terror attacks, with some 17,000 police officers on duty in the city. Terrorists from the Islamic State (IS) group and Kurdish rebels targeted Istanbul and Ankara several times inflicting a death toll of more than 180 in 2016. Turkish-backed rebel groups in Syria have been targeting IS militants.
  8. Turkey to facilitate procedures for the entry of Iraqi visa and are priced at 30 dollars Turkish Airlines said on Saturday that Ankara's new measures have been taken to facilitate the granting of visas for Iraqis to void it tougher measures. The director of the Turkish Airlines office in Iraq Khairuddin Mohammad as provided by the National Iraqi News Agency that the decision of the Turkish judge facilitating visas Iraqis will be applied as early as next week. He explained that the procedures for obtaining a visa will be through the Turkish Airlines offices in Iraq and the price does not exceed $ 30 per person, stressing cancel all the previous actions of the insurance funds in the bank for the purpose of travel. He pointed out that Turkey Muhammad agreed with the Iraqi Foreign Ministry in this regard to the development of relations between the two countries in all fields, particularly the tourism side. The year 2015 may record entry of a million immigrants and travelers to the EU by sea via Turkey, prompting Europe to strike a deal with Ankara to curb illegal immigration, which in turn, tightened access to Turkish territory measures. Ankara-Capital of Turkey
  9. Over the last two weeks, Russia has been destroying the “living pipeline” that has allowed Turkey to steal tens of millions of barrels of Syrian crude oil, much of it at peak market prices, while only paying their ISIS allies a pittance. This process isn’t new. Turkey did this all during the Bush era, having cut a deal with US “manager” Paul Bremmer, a deal VT insiders helped manage for Bremmer and that I was witness to personally. The game involved playing [baghdad, Iraq] against [E(I)rbil, Iraq In The Kurdistan Region] and bleeding off oil revenues from the Kirkuk Oil Fields, largest oil reserves in the world, as they moved by pipeline through Kurdistan and into Turkey. PoliticalVel Craft
  10. By Taku Dzimwasha | International Business Times – 7 hours ago A Russian air force jet has been shot down by Turkish forces after it strayed into the country's airspace, according to unconfirmed reports. Eyewitnesses reported a large explosion in Huraytan, northern Syria, as three fighter jets were sighted flying overhead, the Express said. A Turkish-based journalist tweeted that three Turkish planes were responding after radar locked on to some "mysterious" MiG-29 jets, which are a similiar model to those used by Russian forces. The news comes after Turkey scrambled F-16 fighter jets last weekend after a Russian MiG-29 crossed into Turkish territory near the town of Yayladagi, in Hatay province, close to the border with Syria. Turkish jets then escorted the Russian aircraft back into Syrian airspace. Turkey's prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu has accused Russia of escalating the conflict in Syria, and he claimed that Moscow admitted its warplanes had violated his country's airspace by mistake. Russia's ambassador in Turkey was also summoned in protest at the provocative action. Russia has been leading a unilateral bombing campaign in Syria after Russian president Vladimir Putindeclared war on Islamic State (Isis). Coalition forces led by the US have accused Russia of only entering the conflict to prop up Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad. Turkish officials have warned Moscow would be held "responsible for any undesired incident" that may occur in the future. Both the Turkish and Russian consulate were unavailable to comment at the time of writing. Tensions between Russia and the West have been heightened since the conflict in eastern Ukraine, where Moscow is accused of backing the armed rebels in that country. It was thought that relationships had thawed somewhat after Putin met US president Barack Obama this month and said that he planned on taking on IS. However, Russian forces have been targeting US-backed rebel groups, contrary to US goals.
  11. They are protesting against the attack by ISIL that killed 32 people in the mainly Kurdish town of Suruc, but also against the government’s bombing of Kurdish militant positions. French Kurd Saleh Mustapha said: “Turkey is double-dealing. It’s trying to convince the international community that it’s fighting ISIS but in reality it’s targeting the Kurds.” Another French Kurd, Leon Edart, said: “We have seen people arrested but among the 600 people arrested, there were probably a hundred from ISIS and the rest were Kurds. In fact, we want the world to witness that.” Ankara denies claims by some Kurdish militants in Turkey that it has been covertly supporting ISIL against Syrian Kurds. Twitter posts related to the article at:
  12. Ministry of Natural Resources Announcement on Oil Export Sales Erbi, Kurdistan Region, Iraq - The KRG Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) gives public notice of the commencement of the sale of its first shipment of crude oil exported via Kurdistan Region’s new pipeline through Turkey to the Port of Ceyhan. MNR anticipates the sale of the first parcel of two million barrels of exported crude oil to occur at the end of January 2014. Thereafter, monthly parcels will increase to 4 million barrels by the end of February and 6 million by the end of March, then steadily stepping up to 10-12 million barrels for the month of December 2014. At the beginning of this month, some initial quantities of crude oil produced from the Tawke field began flowing through Kurdistan’s new pipeline system to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, and crude oil from Taq-Taq and other producing fields will soon be added to the export system, resulting in a blended medium crude oil quality of 30 to 32 Degrees API. Prospective buyers can lift the crude oil shipments in the port of Ceyhan under similar arrangements as those used for SOMO (the State Oil Marketing Organisation) for oil export from Kirkuk. Details of each parcel will be published by MNR in due course. All tenders will be competitive and based on international pricing. In order to ensure full transparency of the sales and contracting process, independent observers will be invited to each tender, together with representatives of the oil companies that have produced the exported oil. MNR also invites representatives of SOMO to join the process as observers. At this stage, MNR is inviting reputable and financially capable companies to register with MNR their interest in participating in the January tender or any of the future tenders. All applicants should in the first instance write to the Ministry of Natural Resources with information about their company profile, track record and financial status via email All submissions should be addressed to: KOMO - Kurdistan Oil Marketing Organization, Ministry of Natural Resources, Council of Ministers, Kurdistan Regional Government, Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq Read more at
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