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French police disperse demonstration in support of Palestine

French police dispersed a demonstration in Paris on Wednesday in support of Palestine.

Hundreds of Palestinians injured as Israeli police storm Al-Aqsa

Israeli police on Monday stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem and attacked the Palestinians who were on guard to prevent raids by extremist Jews.

Hulusi Akar: “988 terrorists were neutralized in north of Iraq and Syria in 2021”

From January 1, 2021, until today, 988 terrorists were neutralized in the north of Iraq and Syria, said Turkish national defence minister Hulusi Akar, Baku Tribune reports citing Anadolu.

Taiwan welcomes G7 support for 'meaningful participation' in WHO

Taiwan on Thursday welcomed support from G7 countries regarding “meaningful participation” of the island nation in World Health Organization (WHO) forums and the World Health Assembly (WHA).

Biden sends condolences to Mexico for train tragedy

US President Joe Biden offered condolences to the people of Mexico on Wednesday after a metro overpass collapse led to two dozen deaths in the Mexican capital.

Russia urges de-escalation in East Jerusalem

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov voiced concerns on Wednesday about escalating tensions in East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.

Tunisian, German presidents hold phone conversation on ties

Tunisian President Kais Saied held a phone conversation on Tuesday with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier on the bilateral relations.

What is Biden hoping for Turkey-US affairs?

US. President Joe Biden recognized the 1915 events as "genocide." Since it has no legal force, the U.S. president's statement will not entail legal consequences; however, it may well spoil the relations of the Biden administration with Turkey.

Netanyahu misses deadline to build a new government. Here's what comes next

Benjamin Netanyahu's hold on the Premiership of Israel looks a little less secure after a deadline to build a new government passed at midnight (5pET).

Biden says he hopes to meet with Putin in Europe in June

US President Joe Biden told reporters on Tuesday he hoped to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his planned visit to Europe in June, Baku Tribune reports citing TASS.

Libya calls on Turkey to help evacuate foreign forces

Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush on Monday met with her Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in the capital Tripoli and called on Turkey to cooperate to evacuate foreign forces from Libya, reports Baku Tribune citing Xinhua.

Biden pursues GOP infrastructure deal as anxious Democrats watch the clock

As President Joe Biden doubles down on seeking Republican cooperation for an infrastructure package, some Democratic allies say he should be prepared to go it alone if a deal doesn't materialize quickly.

Hamas chief: Delaying elections has no credible justification

Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh said late Friday that the decision to postpone planned Palestinian elections has no credible justification, Baku Tribune reports citing Anadolu.

Tatyana Poloskova: Russia is in the process of restoring diplomatic relations with Georgia - EXCLUSİVE

Russia and Georgia are focused on restoration of diplomatic relations and, perhaps, this event will take place soon. Russian and Georgian sources and the media of both countries are seriously discussing this.

Kyrgyzstan’s death toll in skirmish on Kyrgyz-Tajik border rises to 13 - ministry

The number of Kyrgyz nationals who died in the recent clash on the border with Tajikistan has increased to 13, the Kyrgyz Health Ministry told TASS Friday.

US Secretary of State Blinken to visit Ukraine next week - TV

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told CBS that he will travel to Ukraine next week, Baku Tribune reports quoting TASS.

Lavrov to take part in online meeting of UN Security Council on May 7

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will take part in an online meeting of the UN Security Council on May 7, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told reporters at a press briefing on Thursday, Baku Tribune reports citing TASS.

Withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan began

Withdrawal of the US troops from Afghanistan has been begun, NATO disseminated information regarding this, Baku Tribune reports citing TRT World.

France to punish soldiers over controversial letter

France will initiate military disciplinary sanctions against at least 18 active soldiers for being signatories to a controversial open letter that is being interpreted as a “call to sedition,” the chief of the defense staff announced Wednesday, Baku Tribune reports citing Anadolu.

U.S., Israeli officials voice concern over advances in Iran’s nuclear program -White House

U.S. and Israeli officials meeting in Washington on Tuesday discussed their serious concerns about advancements in Iran’s nuclear program and agreed on the “significant threat” posed by Iran’s behavior in the Middle East, the White House said, Baku Tribune reports quoting Reuters.

Nigerian Air Force investigating reports it accidentally killed over 20 Nigerian Army personnel

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, is investigating reports it ‘killed over 20 Nigerian Army Personnel by accident in an air strike’, Baku Tribune reports citing CGTN.

MFA:It is necessary to suspend the operation of the Metsamor nuclear power plant

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan has released a press release on the 35th Anniversary and the International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day, press service of the MFA told Baku Tribune.

Pakistan supports Turkey's thesis on events of 1915

Pakistan's foreign minister on Sunday supported Turkey’s thesis on the events of 1915, against US President Joe Biden's controversial remarks made this weekend.

Meeting between Putin and Biden may take place in June

A meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden may take place in June, and there are even preliminary dates, Russian presidential foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov said on Sunday, Baku Tribune reports citing Sputnik.

Israeli-Azeri relations are built on honest historic understanding

Bilateral relations between Israel and Azerbaijan have upgraded significantly over the past year. The process that saw the countries' security, economic and social ties steadily improve ever since Azerbaijan declared independence in 1991 came to a head during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War, in which Azerbaijan secured a resounding victory.

US-Turkish relations will no longer be the same, says turkish expert

Bargaining begins, says turkish political expert Engin Ozer, who has commented on Joseph Biden's expected formulation in his speech dedicated to the events of 1915 .

Foreign Ministry commented on Joe Biden's

It is unfortunate that the statement by US President Joe Biden on Armenian Remembrance Day, distorted the historical facts about the events of 1915, tolds Baku Tribune citing Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Putin says open to meeting Ukrainian leader 'any time'

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that he is ready to receive his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky in Moscow "any time."