7 of your most pressing monkeypox vaccine questions, answered

Detail of the serum being administered at a DC vaccine clinic for monkeypox in Washington, DC. | Bill O’Leary/Washington Post via Getty Images We have safe, effective options — but in...

Alarm mounts in western capitals over Turkey’s deepening ties with Russia

Officials warn of retaliation if Ankara helps Moscow evade sanctions after Erdoğan and Putin agree to increase co-operation

Ukraine, Syria expected to top Erdogan-Putin talks in Russia

MOSCOW (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan traveled to Russia Friday for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin expected to focus on a grain deal brokered by Turkey, prospects for...

Viral Josh Hawley Speech Rejecting Sweden, Finland's NATO Bids Met With Charges Of "Traitor"

Viral Josh Hawley Speech Rejecting Sweden, Finland's NATO Bids Met With Charges Of "Traitor" Authored by Dave DeCamp via AntiWar.com, The Senate on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a...

Bad weather in Black Sea slows 1st Ukrainian grain shipment

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The first cargo ship to leave Ukraine since Russia invaded its neighbor more than five months ago has run into bad weather in the Black Sea and is set to arrive later than...

First grain ship to leave Ukraine from Odesa on Aug. 1 -Turkey's defence ministry

ISTANBUL - The first ship carrying grain to depart Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion will leave Odesa port at 0530 GMT on Monday under a guaranteed safe passage agreement, Turkey's...

Turkey says first grain ship set to depart Ukrainian port

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s defense ministry says the first ship carrying Ukrainian grain will set off from the port of Odesa on Monday.The ministry says the Sierra Leone-flagged cargo ship,...

Turkish, German ministers argue over policies in tense news conference

ISTANBUL - Turkish and German foreign ministers argued over a range of issues in a tense and drawn-out news conference on Friday, trading barbs over disputes between Ankara and Athens, jailed...

Turkey to forge on with selective loan policy despite backlash -sources

By Nevzat Devranoglu and Orhan Coskun ANKARA - Turkey will stick to policies that allow only net exporters to access cheap lira loans and may toughen rules further despite a backlash from...

Stranded teenage sailor excited at journey home from Ukraine after grain deal

By Ece Toksabay and Ali Kucukgocmen ISTANBUL - Deck cadet Burak Kinayer, 19, is waiting to hear when he will set sail home to Turkey after five months of being stranded by the war in the Ukraine...

Russia's defence ministry: grain coordination centre launched in Istanbul

- The Joint Coordination Centre (JCC), established as part of a landmark deal to resume grain exports from Ukraine, has started work in Istanbul, Russia's defence ministry said on Tuesday The...

Erdogan Demands US Troops Leave Syria, Vows Won't Back Down From New Cross-Border Operation

Erdogan Demands US Troops Leave Syria, Vows Won't Back Down From New Cross-Border Operation Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has continued to be an awkward thorn in the side of...

EU wins arbitration in pharma trade dispute with Turkey

GENEVA -The European Union received a largely favourable ruling in its trade dispute with Turkey on Monday in the first appeal settled by arbitration to circumvent problems at the World Trade...

Turkish lira on slow slide in search of FX relief

By Nevzat Devranoglu ANKARA (Reuters) - The Turkish lira slipped again on Monday, sustaining a slow slide towards 18 against the dollar as concerns mounted about the government's foreign exchange...

Escobar: Welcome To NAM 2.0, The End Of The "Rules-Based International Order"

Escobar: Welcome To NAM 2.0, The End Of The "Rules-Based International Order" Authored by Pepe Escobar, Those were the days, in 1955, at the legendary Bandung conference in Indonesia,...

Syria: what is Turkey’s grand plan?

At least 9mn Syrians now fall under the responsibility of Ankara, offering it a bridgehead to fight Kurdish forces

Russia Belatedly Admits Strike On Odessa Port

Russia Belatedly Admits Strike On Odessa Port - Says Warship With US Missiles "Destroyed" After initially denying it, Russia has belatedly confirmed that its missiles struck the...

Outraged by strike on Odesa, Ukraine still prepares to resume grain exports

Ukraine pressing ahead with efforts to restart grain exports from Odesa and other Black Sea ports. President Volodymyr Zelenskiy denounced the strikes as blatant "barbarism" The strikes cast doubt...

Outraged by strike on Odesa, Ukraine still prepares to resume grain exports

By Natalia Zinets KYIV - Ukraine was pressing ahead on Sunday with efforts to restart grain exports from Odesa and other Black Sea ports after a missile attack that cast doubt over whether Russia...

Russia and Ukraine sign UN-backed deal to resume grain exports via the Black Sea

First major agreement between the two sides since Moscow launched it's unprovoked onslaught on Feb. 24. International onlookers are cautious on the deal and Russia will be closely watched to make...

Deal to resume to Ukraine Black Sea grain exports to be signed Friday

By Jonathan Spicer and Michelle Nichols ISTANBUL/UNITED NATIONS -Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will sign a deal on Friday to resume Ukraine's Black Sea grain...

Hundreds protest in Baghdad after deadly attack on tourist resort

BAGHDAD - Hundreds of people protested in Baghdad on Thursday after an attack in northern Iraq killed nine people including a newly wed husband and a 1-year-old, a strike that Iraq blamed on...

Turkey says it did not carry out attack on civilians in Iraq's Dohuk

ANKARA - Turkey has not carried out any attacks targeting civilians in Iraq's Dohuk province, where a strike killed eight and wounded 23 a day earlier, and Iraqi authorities must not fall for...

China's Shenzhen vows to 'mobilise all resources' to curb COVID spread

SHENZHEN, China -China's southern megacity of Shenzhen vowed to "mobilise all resources" to curb a slowly spreading COVID-19 outbreak, ordering strict implementation of testing and temperature...

Four indicted in smuggling incident that killed 53 migrants in Texas

- A U.S. grand jury on Wednesday indicted four men including the suspected driver in connection with the death of 53 migrants amid the sweltering heat during a smuggling attempt last month in...

In Indiana, Republican lawmakers propose ban on most abortions

- Indiana Republican lawmakers on Wednesday introduced a bill that would ban abortion except in cases of rape, incest or medical emergency, a measure likely to win passage that would dramatically...

Turkey rejects responsibility for attack on Iraq's Dohuk that killed eight

By Ali Sultan and and Kawa Omar SULAIMANIYA, Iraq -Turkey on Wednesday refuted claims by Iraqi state media that it had carried out a strike on a mountain resort in Iraq's northern Dohuk province...

Erdogan wants Ukraine grain sea exports deal in writing this week

By Tuvan Gumrukcu and Michelle Nichols ANKARA/NEW YORK - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said he wants a general agreement reached between Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the United...

House Passes $850BN Defense Bill, Adding Restriction On Saudi Arms Sales

House Passes $850BN Defense Bill, Adding Restriction On Saudi Arms Sales Authored by Dave DeCamp via AntiWar.com, The House on Thursday passed its version of the 2023 National Defense...

Turkey halts Russian ship, investigates Ukrainian claims -senior official

Turkey has halted a Russian-flagged cargo ship off its Black Sea coast and is investigating a Ukrainian claim that it was carrying stolen grain, a senior Turkish official said on Monday. ...

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