By Maximilian Popp
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, it seemed, had run out of stories to tell. He had retold the legend of his rise from the very bottom of society to the political pinnacle, and of his energetic battle against his country's enemies, so often that his referendum campaign had long felt like a repeat of earlier elections.
By Hamish McRae
Beware the Ides of March, Julius Caesar was warned before his fatal visit to the Roman forum on 15 March, or at least that is what Shakespeare would have us believe.
Turkey summoned the Dutch envoy in Ankara to complain about the actions of Rotterdam police against Turkish protesters over the weekend as a row over Ankara's political campaigning abroad widened.
TEHRAN – The acclaimed Iranian documentaries “A157” and “Sonita” will go on screen at the Movies that Matter Festival, which will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from March 24 to April 1.
By Patrick Wintour
Ted Malloch, the man currently running an expensive media campaign to persuade Donald Trump to nominate him as the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, knows that if he succeeds, it will be taken as a signal that Trump is willing to use his presidency to destroy the EU.
TEHRAN -- Troupes from Poland and the Netherlands will be giving several performances during the 35th Fajr International Theater Festival, the organizers announced on Tuesday.