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Swiss won't help Turks prosecute Tayyip Erdogan critic

Switzerland has rejected a Turkish request for legal assistance in prosecuting a suspect accused of insulting President Tayyip Erdogan, ruling that the comments in question were protected by Swiss free speech provisions.

Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan plans to act rapidly on constitutional reform bill

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday he would act rapidly on a constitutional bill boosting his powers that was passed by parliament last week and which he must approve before it can go to a referendum.

Turkish police kill suspected Islamic State suicide bomber in capital

Turkish police shot dead a suspected Islamic State militant overnight who was believed to be planning a suicide bomb attack in the capital Ankara, the city`s governor said on Wednesday.

Turkish leader brings military more under civilian authority

Turkish leader brings military more under civilian authority

Turkey's military in the wake of a July 15 failed coup, bringing the armed forces further under civilian authority.

Security reviewed in Delhi after Istanbul attack

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is responsible for internal security at the airports and all Delhi Metro stations in Delhi.

Attack on Istanbul airport inhuman: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday condemned the terror attack in Istanbul, terming it as inhuman and horrific.

No Indian casualty in Turkey terror attack

There has been no report so far of any Indian casualty in the terror attack at the international terminal of Turkey's Ataturk airport where three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers killed at least 36 people.

Istanbul bomber identified as Turkish member of Islamic State

Istanbul bomber identified as Turkish member of Islamic State

Efkan Ala identified the bomber as a man born in the southern province of Gaziantep, adding that five people have been detained so far in relation to the bombing.

12 injured in scuffle at Turkish vote in Tokyo embassy

 At least 12 people were injured in a scuffle between Turks and ethnic Kurds as hundreds of Turkish citizens gathered on Sunday at their embassy in Tokyo to vote in a general election, reports said.

12 killed as bus crashes into Ankara bus stop

 Twelve people were killed today in the Turkish capital Ankara when a bus ploughed into commuters waiting at a bus stop, Turkish media and officials said.