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QATAR CRISIS CAN BOTH POSITIVELY AND NEGATIVELY AFFECT TURKEY(8.06.2017)

Qatar crisis can both positively and negatively affect Turkey

Qatar crisis can by no means have a direct impact on Turkey, Yusuf Cinar, head of the Turkish analytical center, Strategic Outlook, told Trend June 5.The UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen announced about breaking their diplomatic relations with Qatar over Doha’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood, the world’s oldest Islamist movement, and also its ties with Saudis’ arch-rival Iran, sparking off simmering dispute in the Gulf Cooperation Council.“However, the Qatar crisis can have an indirect impact on Turkey both negatively and positively,” the expert said.He added that the crisis between Qatar and the six Arab countries is ...


DIHAD PRELUDE TO 2016 HUMANITARIAN SUMMIT IN TURKEY(20.04.2015)

DIHAD Prelude to 2016 Humanitarian Summit in Turkey

The Syrian Civil War, Iraq and Burmese Muslims were just some of the issues addressed at the 12th Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition (DIHAD) conference which concluded last week. The conference is seen as a precursor to a major United Nation’s sponsored summit that will take place in Turkey next year. During the DIHAD conference many speakers alsodiscussed the problem faced by Turkey which is now home to at least 1.7 million Syrian refugees. Global issues like disaster preparedness, water and energy issues were also discussed at the three day event.Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan opening remarks provocatively declared “Syrian identity...


EGYPTIAN GIRLS FIGHTING FOR THEIR RIGHTS(17.10.2012)

Egyptian girls fighting for their rights

The hens and ducks cluck and quack as she feeds them. She spends her life in her small room in a slum in Cairo, where she lives with her two children and her husband. "My maternal responsibilities began at a very early age. I regret this. If my parents had let me get a good education, it would have been a million times better than getting married so young," said Karima, 15.Karima hails from a poor family in Giza Governorate. Because of their poverty, they married her off to her cousin when she was only 13."If I were a teacher or a doctor, it would be good for me and society. But what can I do now?" she asked tearfully.She said that she had learned her lesson and that ...



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