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Slowdown in advanced economies 'biggest drag' on global growth: UNCTAD
Crackdown in Turkey shows why coup was 'gift from God' for Erdogan
Almost 50,000 people working in state institutions, including police and public schools, have either been detained or lost their jobs as Erdogan reasserts control
Q&A: What we know about the Istanbul bombing
Yemen's conflict has left 5,700 people killed, more than 32,000 injured: UN
Around 2.3 million people face internal displacement in Yemen, while 120,000 others have been forced to leave the country
Turkey's parliamentary race: New deadlock coming?
After June elections failed to give Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party the majority it wanted, fresh elections start Sunday. But according to some analysts, the outcome could be much the same
Practices of Israeli settlers like those of ISIS: Palestinian ambassador in Cairo
Kurd separatists or Islamic State: Who is Turkey’s actual target?
As Turkey recently 'joined' the US assault on the IS militant group in Syria, their renewed attacks on PKK separatists have resulted in an end to a two-year peace treaty with the Kurdish Workers' Party
Turkey’s 2015 parliamentary elections: Q&A
Ahram Online analyses the results of Turkey’s parliamentary elections
Maybe yes, maybe no: Parliamentary elections as game-changer for Turkey
PROFILE: New Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman
Mohammed Bin Salman, son of the Saudi king, has been groomed in leadership roles in the worlds of politics, culture, law and the military before turning 30
Israeli PM's remarks on Paris attacks spark tensions in French-Israeli ties
Benyamin Netanyahu's comments to Jews in France that 'the State of Israel is your home' ruffle feathers in the Elysee Palace
After the Charlie Hebdo attack, what will the consequences be?
Turkish foreign relations harmed by Erdogan's domestic moves
Controversial moves at home could harm Turkey's relations with the West, especially its neighbours in the European Union
EU concerned about European jihadists returning from Iraq, Syria
Some jihadists coming home will need 'psychological support', says EU counter-terrorism official
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