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  • As hunger strike ends, Gaza arrangement proceeds

    Now that the Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strike has ended, safely reelected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can move forward with an arrangement with Hamas.


  • BAT Turkey sector leader in tobacco exports

    British American Tobacco (BAT) Turkey has become the sector leader, generating $197.3 million in exports of tobacco and tobacco products in 2018, the company said in a press release.


  • Digital Netanyahu gets supports of young Israelis

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is often compared to President Donald Trump, but contrary to the American leader, Netanyahu enjoys large support among the youth.


  • Iranian comedian in hot water over flood jokes

    Comedian Mehran Modiri’s mockery of government officials who have paid brief visits to Iran’s flooded provinces has made him a government target, but he is likely to survive it.


  • Netanyahu’s anti-indictment plan pushed forward

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has already secured a coalition that should get him safely through the following months of police investigations and possible indictment.


  • Turkey ‘country of honor’ at Moscow film festival

    Turkey has been named “country of honor” at the 41st International Moscow Film Festival, which opened yesterday as part of the Turkey-Russia Culture and Tourism Year and will continue until April 25.


  • Turkish agency sends food to 1,012 Rohingya families

    The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) distributed food items on April 17 to 1,012 Rohingya refugee families living in makeshift camps in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district.


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