Külünk, who is close to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, published the map on Twitter to mark the anniversary of the battle that fell on August 26.
Turkey Tribunal, a not-for-profit human rights organization registered in Belgium, will hold the session on September 21 and 25.
During the opening ceremony of the Turkish AK Party Rize Provincial Organization, Erdogan accused the CHP of pursuing the interests of other countries
The US State Department has expressed concern over reports that Turkey-backed fighters have committed human rights abuses in northeast Syria, according to a new inspector general's report.
Controversial Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan turned the Hagia Sophia Museum into a mosque and opened it for prayers for the first time in 86 years, which sparked a global outrage.
This strategic dilemma, according to the study. is rooted in Turkey’s new regional foreign and security policy, based in part on its “Blue Homeland” doctrine.
The Orthodox Church of Greece announced July 24 is a mourning day for Christians in protest of performing Muslim prayer in Hagia Sophia cathedral, while churches in Cyprus rang out a funereal tone for five minutes.
Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi had a phone call Monday with his American counterpart Donald Trump on which both leaders agreed to deescalate the situation in Libya through pushing for an immediate ceasefire followed by political dialogue, reported Egyptian Presidency.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) Mobilization Commander Khaled al-Mahgoub affirmed that Militias affiliated with the government of National Accord were located 140 kilometers away from Sirte
Borrell's statement came during a press conference held on Monday in Brussels after a meeting of foreign ministers from European Union member states.
After four years of detainment, Serkan Golge, his wife, and their two sons are finally back in the United States.
The memo stated the Turkish president had cracked down on many opponents on the pretext of declaring a state of emergency.
Is it war that Erdogan wants?
Davutoğlu however warned the government not to change the agenda of the nation with such speculations of an early election if it was not serious about it.
He stressed in a televised interview that Erdogan will certainly leave office very soon.
Türkdoğan has said in earlier remarks that İHD’s annual report listed the highest number of human rights violations since its establishment on July 17, 1986.
CHP Deputy Chairman Engin Özkoç in a press conference on Tuesday slammed Erdogan over the previous reference to a killed Turkish soldier as a "head”.
The report by prominent think tank RAND Corporation, regarding Turkey’s foreign policy, also hinted that the Turkish defense minister was extremely close to the US military.
About 16.2 percent answered this question as "I am indecisive".
Salame stressed that Erdogan pledged in the fifth item of the closing statement of the Berlin Summit on Libya not to interfere in Libya's domestic affairs.