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Hope rising to save nearly extinct northern white rhino


EU: Industrial production down 1.3% in November 2019


Final weeks to apply for Istanbul Photo Awards

Thursday, January 16, 2020

WEATHER / ANKARA Thursday Partly Cloudy 6C

Turkey eyes global actor role in smart cities market ‘Turkey’s efforts for political solution in Libya’ Sarp Ozer

ANKARA - Turkey’s efforts both in Libya and Idlib aim to solve crisis through political means and bring peace and prosperity to the region, says Turkish defense minister on Wednesday. Hulusi Akar received

Turkey determined to enter smart cities market with expected value of over $800B in near future, says president Gozde Bayar

ANKARA - Turkish president vowed Wednesday to take necessary steps to become a global actor in smart cities market. “We are determined to do whatever it takes to be a major actor in the smart cities market which is expected to top $800 billion market value in a couple of years,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan told the Smart Cities and Municipalities Congress and Exhibit in the capital Ankara. MORE DETAILS

media representatives in Ankara. Responding to a question over comments that “cease-fire in Libya is not possible,” Akar said: “We cannot say that, efforts for cease-fire will continue.” He also added that in Berlin... MORE DETAILS

Police raid Anadolu Agency office in Cairo, detain 4 ANKARA - Egyptian police raided Cairo office of Anadolu Agency and detained four employees Tuesday evening. The detainees include one Turkish citizen. The employees were taken to an unknown destination. Turkey strongly condemned

the raid on Anadolu Agency’s Cairo office, urging the immediate release of the four employees. “The raid to the Anadolu Agency’s Cairo office last night by the Egyptian security forces and the detention of some of the office workers

without justification is an act of harassment and intimidation against the Turkish press, we strongly condemn it,” Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement. “This act of violence against AA [Anadolu Agency] once again highlighted not...MORE DETAILS

Beijing’s Uighur ‘nightmare’ blasted by rights group James Reinl

UNITED NATIONS - New York-based advocacy group Human Rights Watch on Tuesday blasted “nightmarish” conditions for Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in northwestern China in its annual report on abuses committed

Sudan: Government forces retake intelligence buildings

around the world. The group’s executive director, Kenneth Roth, described a range of atrocities being perpetrated by Beijing against members of the Turkic Muslim group in China’s far western Xinjiang region as well as the serious encroachment by authorities on Hong Kong’s... MORE DETAILS

Afghan peace parley faces gridlock over cease-fire KABUL - The invigorated yet delicate peace talks in Afghanistan face a gridlock as the warring parties fail to pick

between cease-fire and a reduction in violence as the way forward. Sources privy to the developments told Anadolu... MORE DETAILS

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AnadoluPost_16 January 2020 Issue  

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AnadoluPost_16 January 2020 Issue  

AnadoluPost is a one page digital newspaper publishing by Anadolu Agency daily.