World leaders congratulate Turkish President Erdogan on reelection victory

Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said on Twitter: "My dear brother, congratulations on your victory, and I wish you success in your new term, and that you achieve in it what the brotherly Turkish people aspire to in terms of progress and prosperity”

Türkiye, its democracy are winners, President Erdogan says after historic runoff victory

"We are not the only winners. Türkiye is the winner. Our nation with all its segments is the winner. Our democracy is the winner," Erdogan said, addressing thousands of his supporters gathered in front of the presidential complex in the capital Ankara

Voting begins across Türkiye in first-ever presidential runoff

Millions of voters started heading to the polls in Türkiye as the country’s first-ever presidential runoff election began Sunday at 8 a.m

Man accused of crashing into barrier near White House 'praised Hitler' after his arrest

Sai Varshith Kandula, 19, of Chesterfield, Missouri, is in custody and has been charged in federal court with one count of depredation of property of the United States

Khamenei’s executions fail to crush spirit of resistance in Iran

On Friday at dawn, the Iranian regime executed three protesters after torturing them physical and mentally for several months. Riddled with domestic and international crises, regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei has increased

Turkish people will show strong democracy in upcoming election runoff: President Erdogan

The Turkish president in an interview discussed the second round of the presidential election on May 28, expressing his belief that the Turkish people will once again demonstrate their strong democracy, with a significant voter

Queen Elizabeth's funeral costs British government $200M

The funeral and associated events honoring Queen Elizabeth II, which took place during a period of national mourning, incurred an estimated cost of £162 million (nearly $200 million) to the government, the Treasury said

Nearly 16 million children go to bed hungry in Afghanistan: UNICEF

The UN children's agency, UNICEF, warned of a "children's crisis" in Afghanistan on Thursday with nearly 16 million children going to bed hungry

Death toll from devastating floods in Italy climbs to 13

The death toll from floods that hit northeastern Italy rose to 13, local media reported on Thursday

Syria’s readmission does not mean resumption of ties with Arab states: Arab League

Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit said Thursday said Syria’s readmission does not mean the resumption of relations between Damascus and league members

Israel drops flyers over southern Syria warning against cooperating with Hezbollah

In leaflets dropped by plane onto southern Syria on Wednesday, Israel warned the Assad regime that the Hezbollah presence in Syria’s Quneitra province will not be tolerated by Israel

Türkiye to hold presidential runoff on May 28, election authority announces

Türkiye will hold a second-round runoff on May 28 to elect the president after no candidate won an outright majority in Sunday's poll, the head of the nation’s election authority announced on Monday

Turkish election: First results start to come in for Erdoğan and challenger Kılıçdaroğlu

The race has been exceptionally tight between the leaders of the two main political blocs: incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and challenger Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu

2 Palestinians killed in Israeli military raid in Nablus

Two Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire during a military raid on Saturday in the West Bank city of Nablus, according to the Health Ministry

Türkiye to head to polls for presidential, parliamentary elections

Voting for presidential and parliamentary elections in Türkiye will begin at 8 a.m. local time (0500GMT) Sunday and last until 5 p.m

Turkish leader criticizes opposition presidential candidate over Russia remarks

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday criticized opposition presidential candidate Kemal Kilicdaroglu’s claim that Russia is interfering in Türkiye's upcoming elections

Israeli forces continue targeting Gaza as Palestinian death toll rises to 31 including six children and three women

Israeli forces continued to strike the Gaza Strip for the fourth day in a row on Friday, bringing the total death toll from airstrikes to 31, including six children and three women

Iran’s teachers join escalating wave of nationwide protests

Iran’s nationwide uprising is witnessing its 237th day on Wednesday following a busy day of protests by people from different of life in Iran, especially teachers in more than ten cities where they held large gatherings for their rights

Former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan arrested in graft case

Pakistan security forces have arrested former prime minister Imran Khan at Islamabad High Court, his aides said, in a dramatic move that threatens fresh turmoil in the nuclear-armed country

More attacks target regime interests as people across Iran continue protests

Iran’s nationwide uprising is witnessing its 235th day on Monday following a day of massive disruptions in the regime’s Foreign Ministry websites and people from different sectors of the society taking to the streets in a continuation of protests for their rights