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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-10-24

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] YTP DECIDES TO JOIN CHP
  • [02] SIX INJURED IN BOMB EXPLOSION IN TRABZON
  • [03] TWO SOLDIERS DIE AS MINE EXPLODES IN DIYARBAKIR
  • [04] TERRORISTS ATTACK ON TPAO OIL PIPELINE IN BATMAN
  • [05] TURKISH FM IN PARIS
  • [06] PRINCE CHARLES DUE IN TURKEY
  • [07] TURKISH PM ISSUES MESSAGE ON 59TH ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDATION OF UN
  • [08] TURKISH FM LEAVES FOR FRANCE
  • [09] TURKISH POLICE SEIZE 83 KG HEROIN IN JOINT OPERATION IN ISTANBUL AND NETHERLANDS
  • [10] TWO TURKISH LORRY DRIVERS KILLED IN MOSUL
  • [11] TWO SECURITY OFFICERS DIE IN CLASH WITH TERRORISTS IN TUNCELI
  • [12] TURKEY DOES NOT APPROVE GREEK PRESS REPORTS, SHOWING AS IF THERE IS TENSION IN AEGEAN
  • [13] TURKISH FM HOPES TURKEY WILL BE REPRESENTED IN UN SECURITY COUNCIL

  • [01] YTP DECIDES TO JOIN CHP

    ANKARA - New Turkey Party (YTP) led by former Turkish Foreign Minister Ismail Cem decided on Sunday to join the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP).

    24 Ekim 2004 Pazar - 15:14

    [02] SIX INJURED IN BOMB EXPLOSION IN TRABZON

    TRABZON - A bomb exploded in McDonalds restaurant in northeastern city of Trabzon on Sunday, injuring six people.

    24 Ekim 2004 Pazar - 15:14

    [03] TWO SOLDIERS DIE AS MINE EXPLODES IN DIYARBAKIR

    DIYARBAKIR - Two soldiers died, while four others were wounded as a mine exploded in Dicle town of southeastern city of Diyarbakir, sources said on Sunday.

    24 Ekim 2004 Pazar - 14:35

    [04] TERRORISTS ATTACK ON TPAO OIL PIPELINE IN BATMAN

    BATMAN - Members of the terrorist organization PKK/Kongra-Gel attacked on Turkish Oil Corp. (TPAO) pipeline in southeastern city of Batman, sources said on Sunday. TPAO officials said fire broke out in the pipeline due to the bomb attack, and added that about 6,000 barrels of oil spread out from the pipeline due to the explosion.

    24 Ekim 2004 Pazar -- 14:04

    [05] TURKISH FM IN PARIS

    PARIS - Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul arrived in French capital of Paris on Saturday to attend the Mediterranean Forum Ministerial Meeting.

    24 Ekim 2004 Pazar -- 10:33

    [06] PRINCE CHARLES DUE IN TURKEY

    ANKARA - Prince Charles will come to Turkey to re-open the building of British Consulate General in Turkish metropolis of Istanbul, which was restored after a terrorist attack was staged last November, British Embassy in Ankara said on Saturday.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 16:20

    [07] TURKISH PM ISSUES MESSAGE ON 59TH ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDATION OF UN

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed belief on Saturday that Turkey's contributions to world peace and stability would increase if it became a non-permanent member of the United Nations (UN) Security Council.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 15:59

    [08] TURKISH FM LEAVES FOR FRANCE

    ANKARA - Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul left on Saturday for French capital of Paris, the first leg of his tour to several European countries. Before he left for Paris, Gul told reporters that he would firstly attend the Mediterranean Forum in Paris, and proceed to The Hague, the Netherlands on Monday (October 25th).

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 15:23

    [09] TURKISH POLICE SEIZE 83 KG HEROIN IN JOINT OPERATION IN ISTANBUL AND NETHERLANDS

    ISTANBUL - Turkish police seized 83.1 kilograms of heroin in a joint operation staged in Turkish metropolis of Istanbul and the Netherlands, Tufan Erguder, the Director of Istanbul Narcotics Department, said on Saturday.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 14:16

    [10] TWO TURKISH LORRY DRIVERS KILLED IN MOSUL

    MOSUL - Two Turkish lorry drivers were killed and two wounded near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Saturday, one of the wounded drivers said on Saturday.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 13:53

    [11] TWO SECURITY OFFICERS DIE IN CLASH WITH TERRORISTS IN TUNCELI

    TUNCELI - Two security officers died in a clash with the terrorist organization PKK/Kongra-Gel in Nazimiye town of eastern city of Tunceli, Governor's Office said on Saturday.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 13:14

    [12] TURKEY DOES NOT APPROVE GREEK PRESS REPORTS, SHOWING AS IF THERE IS TENSION IN AEGEAN

    ANKARA - Turkey did not approve the Greek press reports, showing routine activities of Turkish military planes and coast guard boats in the Aegean Sea in line with international law, as if there was tension in the Aegean, Turkish Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 12:32

    [13] TURKISH FM HOPES TURKEY WILL BE REPRESENTED IN UN SECURITY COUNCIL

    ANKARA - Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul expressed hope on Saturday that a possible enlargement of the United Nations (UN) Security Council would increase Turkey's chance to be represented in the Council.

    23 Ekim 2004 Cumartesi -- 12:02


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