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Supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood stormed and torched a government building in Cairo today, while families tried to identify hundreds of mut(...)

Kuwait has banned the television show of a prominent Sunni Muslim cleric, accused of instigating hatred with speeches and comments on social media calling for arming rebels fighting the army of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad (pictured). Photograph: SANA/Handout via Reuters.

Kuwait has banned the television show of a prominent Sunni Muslim cleric, accused of instigating hatred with speeches and comments on social media ca(...)

A momentous trial
  • Europe
  • August 13, 2013, 01:00

Turkey has the second largest armed forces in Nato and they are a widely respected player in the country’s political and social life, drawing on their(...)

Protesters demonstrating against  Mohamed Morsi in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in June. The question of whether his overthrow was a coup or a revolution is still not resolved. Photograph: New York Times service

‘Turkey has to understand it is speaking to a big country with a great history.” This was how Egyptian presidential spokesman Ahmed Elmoslmany respond(...)

The gang allegedly charged up to €50,000 to transport Chinese nationals to the US, Britain, Spain, France, Greece, Italy and Turkey. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Spain’s government says a joint investigation by Spanish and French police has busted a gang that allegedly was smuggling Chinese citizens into Britai(...)

Lebanese security personnell stand outside the Turkish Airlines office in Beirut todya. Photograph: Hasan Shaaban/Reuters

Gunmen abducted a Turkish Airlines pilot and his assistant in Beirut today, forcing them from a bus as it took them from the airport in the early hour(...)

Tyson Gay: former world sprint champion was vociferously anti-doping for years. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

With the world’s top athletes on the road to Moscow this weekend, some road resurfacing rather closer to home is a reminder of how covering your arse (...)

Heroes and villains: a wall hanging of Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian president, on sale in Alawite-dominated Harbiye, close to Turkey’s border with Syria. Photograph: Mary Fitzgerald

The walls of the Comert family home are covered in posters of their son Abdullah, one of five demonstrators killed as anti-government protests rippled(...)

The is the full text of The Irish Times interview with European Stability Mechanism (ESM) managing director Klaus Regling on July 22nd, 2013. PRECAUTI(...)

Klaus Regling, chief executive officer of the European Stability Mechanism. Photograph: Graham Crouch/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Amidst the vast expanse of Luxembourg’s gleaming financial and European district, a new building has quietly taken its place. The European Stability M(...)

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