Saudi forces start using Turkish-made encryption device

21 April 2017 0

Full-disk encryption device made by Turkish engineers aims at protecting sensitive data Saudi Arabia’s armed forces have started using a full-disk encryption device developed by Turkish technology firm, company officials told Anadolu Agency on Friday. The device named Diskripto was produced by Turkish engineers using local resources for Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology. Diskripto is a hardware-based full-disk encryption device that is designed to protect data-at-rest by encrypting content and securely Read More

Thousands of Palestinians gather in in Netherlands

16 April 2017 0

Rotterdam conference aims to bring together all Palestinians living in Europe, says organizer Thousands of Palestinians living in Europe gathered in the Dutch city of Rotterdam for a now-annual conference on Palestinian issues. Around 5,000 people from across Europe attended the one-day event which discussed Palestinian affairs under the key theme of the Balfour Declaration — the 1917 letter confirming support from the then British government for the establishment in Palestine of what it termed Read More

Turkey has the right to defend itself: NATO chief

1 April 2017 0

Turkey is the ally most affected by violence in Syria, Iraq, and has suffered terror attacks and a coup bid, says NATO head NATO’s chief Friday argued vigorously Turkey’s right to defend itself, especially in the wake of last year’s coup attempt and the terrorist attacks it has been subjected to partially as a consequence of the Syrian civil war. “We have to understand that Turkey is the ally most affected by the violence in Read More

Merkel applauds Turkey’s efforts for refugees

30 March 2017 0

German Chancellor Angela Merkel praised Turkey’s efforts in supporting millions of refugees from Syria and Iraq on Thursday, and urged EU states to help share the burden. Speaking at a summit of European conservative leaders in Malta on Thursday, Merkel said the EU had long neglected its humanitarian responsibility for refugees who have fled from conflicts in the Middle East. “The truth is that we looked away,” she said, adding that amid the EU’s negligence, Read More

Russian plane missing from radar crashes in Black Sea

25 December 2016 0

A Tu-154 aircraft of the Russian Defense Ministry has crashed in the Black Sea after it disappeared from radar, regional emergency service said Sunday. “The debris of the Tu-154 found in 1.5 km from Sochi coast,” the service was quoted as saying by the country’s official TASS news agency. With 91 people on board, the aircraft disappeared from radar shortly after leaving Russian city of Sochi, it said. The aircraft was en route to Syria’s Read More

Turkey, Russia, Iran agree on joint Syria declaration

20 December 2016 0

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Tuesday that Russia, Turkey, and Iran agreed on a “joint declaration” to find a solution in Syria. Lavrov’s remarks came following a trilateral meeting on Syria with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts, Javad Zarif and Mevlut Cavusoglu in Moscow. He said a joint declaration was agreed on to find a solution in Syria. “Turkish-Russian-Iranian cooperation ensures the evacuation of civilians and armed groups from eastern Aleppo,” said Lavrov.  He said Read More

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