Upon this, a pro-PKK media outlet Mesopotamia Agency contacted Mehmet Akar, who was previously unreachable.
n 2 September, 2019 the pro-Kurdish media outlet Kurdistan 24 stationed in the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) released a public statement explaining that while they have previously worked in northeastern Syria with the permission of the local YPG administration, they were recently banned from doing so.
The claim has even more force in an age of press magnates and media barons than it had in his own time.
In the course of the last few weeks, Trump’s tirade against “the Squad” – Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib – has occupied global media and captivated our attention.
(Hearst&Soylu, 2019) In parallel with these developments, Saudi Arabia launched a social media campaign boycotting all Turkish products and calling for citizens not to travel to Turkey.
For them, the PKK’s sole aim is peace and “democratic” politics while they recruit children, make them blow themselves up in suicide attacks, and liken them to mythological figures in their media outlets.
offered Patriot systems’ upgraded versions “Patriot Advanced Capability-2” (PAC-2) and “Patriot Advanced Capability-3” (PAC-3) while Russia’s single state intermediary agency for exports or imports of defense-related products, Rosoboronexport participated in the bidding with “Antey-2500”, upgraded version of the “Almaz S-300VM” missile defense system.
In cases of “certain conditions,” when the Turkish military’s specific cadres persuaded some civilian groups, the majority of the country’s media and leading figures of the judiciary, these conditions enabled a military coup.
audi Arabia has become a frequently mentioned actor in the international media.
The Western media often depicts President Erdogan as “the sultan of Turkey” with a typical orientalist gaze.
Iran denied the accusations immediately after the attacks and government officials announced that a team had been assigned to rescue about 40 crew members in the tankers.
Hakkı Öcal, a renowned senior Turkish journalist and a regular contributor for Milliyet daily and also a faculty member of Ibn Haldun University Faculty of Communication about the increasing activeness of foreign media outlets in Turkey.
nuclear weapons under the authority of NATO from Turkey is being brought into public discussion by similar organizations and media institutions.