1. Camden

    Turkey warns Greek Cypriots

    Turkey warns Greek Cypriots over projected offshore drilling. Drilling vessel arrive in 'so-called' exclusive economic zone Greek Cypriots licenses companies Turkey on Friday warned the Greek Cypriots over its "unilateral hydrocarbon-related activities" in the Eastern Mediterranean. Turkey’s...
  2. suzyq

    Germany warns citizens of Turkey risks amid arrests

    The German government has warned its citizens and firms they face the risk of "arbitrary" arrest in Turkey. "People who are travelling to Turkey for private or business reasons are urged to exercise increased caution," the German foreign ministry said. Firms face investment risks in Turkey...
  3. suzyq

    Turkish PM warns banks to cut interest rates

    Turkish PM warns banks to cut interest rates or gov't will 'take its own measures' Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım on June 21 urged Turkey’s banking sector to cut interest rates, saying if it does not then the government will itself take forcible measures. “The train is about to leave...
  4. Firefox

    Saudi Warns US on 911

    Well the Saudis looks like coming to terms with what they really are DEASH/ISIS AL-Q Terrorist founding nation. https://www.rt.com/usa/339832-saudi-arabia-bill-terrorism/
  5. B

    Russia warns USA.

    BBC News - Russia warns US against strikes on Islamic State in Syria This seems very ironic, considering the Russian annexation of Crimea. Bill.
  6. bickern

    Pope Francis warns THOUSANDS of priests are paedophiles

    POPE Francis has reportedly said today that thousands of priests in the Catholic Church are paedophiles and described the child abuse as "leprosy". The Pontif allegedly said it was infecting the "house" of Catholicism and that reliable data showed one in every 50 clergy members are paedophiles...
  7. newhorizon

    Turkey warns citizens to leave all but Iraq's Kurdish north

    Ref: Reuters "Turkey extended a warning to its citizens in Iraq to leave all but the Kurdish-run north on Wednesday, citing a potential battle for Baghdad and saying "negative propaganda" was being spread against it in the Shi'ite-dominated south of the country. The foreign ministry urged...
  8. giglets

    MI5 Warns of Islamist Extremist Danger in UK

    Thousands of Islamist extremists in the UK see the British public as a legitimate target for attacks, the director general of MI5 has warned. In his first speech since taking over in April, Andrew Parker gave an update on the dangers to British security. He named al-Qaeda and its affiliates in...
  9. arrian

    Cameron warns EU on Turkey stance

    David Cameron warns EU not to shut Turkey out | Politics | The Guardian
  10. ceemac

    Turkey prime minister warns might deport up to 100,000 Armenians

    Turkey's prime minister has warned that he might deport up to 100,000 Armenians living in Turkey without citizenship after resolutions passed by U.S. and Swedish lawmakers defining World War One-era killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as genocide. Here C
  11. ceemac

    Turkish court warns Erdogan not to force reforms

    The head of Turkey's Constitutional Court has said he fears it may have to rule on planned judicial reforms that are straining ties between the Islamic-leaning government and the secular establishment. His comments will be seen as a warning to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan to seek consensus...
  12. ceemac

    Turkey warns US against 'genocide' bill

    This has the potential to create more problems. 'Turkey warned yesterday relations with its ally the United States would be damaged if a US congressional panel votes this week to label a World War One-era massacre of Armenians by Turkish forces as "genocide". The Armenian issue has poisoned...
  13. Mushtaq

    Greek Cyprus warns Turkey on oil dispute

    The New Anatolian / Ankara 23 February 2007 Greek Cyprus has requested "precise" information from Turkey regarding its reported intention to explore for oil in the waters between Turkey and the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea. In a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Greek...
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