A gunman shouting "Do not forget Aleppo!" assassinated Russia's ambassador to Turkey at an Ankara art gallery on Monday, a report said.
The gunman, described by Turkish officials as a 22-year-old off-duty police offi
Qatar's capital Doha and Turkish capital Ankara have signed a twin cities agreement to exchange expertise.
Speaking to the press after signing the agreement in the Turkish capital, Qatar's Minister of Municipality and Envi
A car bomb tore through a crowded transport hub in the Turkish capital, Ankara, on Sunday, killing at least 34 people and wounding 125 in the second such attack in the administrative heart of the city in under a month.
Twenty-eight people were killed and dozens wounded in Turkey's capital Ankara on Wednesday when a car laden with explosives detonated next to military buses near the armed forces' headquarters, parliament and other government buildings.
Royal Jordanian yesterday (December 8) celebrated the inauguration of regular flights between Amman and Ankara, the capital of Turkey.
Upon arrival at Ankara’s Esenboğa International Airport, a festivity was held there with
Royal Jordanian (RJ), the flag carrier of Jordan, will inaugurate its new direct regular route from Amman to the Turkish capital of Ankara tomorrow (December 8).
RJ president and CEO Captain Suleiman Obeidat said that Royal Jordanian is
Royal Jordanian (RJ), the flag carrier of Jordan, will start a new direct regular route between Amman and the Turkish capital, Ankara, next month, with three weekly flights
Captain Suleiman Obeidat, RJ president and CEO, said: “Th
The Bahrain News Agency (BNA) and the Turkish Anadolu Agency (AA) have agreed to enhance their co-operation by exchanging news, publishing reports and photos, taking advantage of each other’s professional and technical expertise and orga
MAN Truck and Bus showcased the latest generation of buses and coaches for its regional customer base to reinforce its leadership position in urban and long-distance public transport at the BusDays in Ankara.
Among the highlights
As al Qaeda-inspired Sunni militants spread right along Turkey's southeastern border last month from Syria through Iraq, seizing Turkish hostages as they went, the normally loquacious Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan had little to say.