Posted on 06/08/2010 by GünTürk
By Khalil Nouri
It is obvious that there is no military solution to the struggle in Afghanistan; therefore a political solution could be on the horizon. So far that too has proven to be a failing effort when the Taliban, who were supposedly partaking in the recent consultative Loya-Jirgah Continue reading
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Posted on 30/12/2009 by GünTürk
But don’t hide the women or children. Attila is the name of a new car, apparently the first designed wholly in Kazakhstan! And it has a number of unique features to represent Kazakhstan.
Most strikingly, the radiator grill, as you can see from the photo, has a big yurt on it. Continue reading
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Posted on 03/02/2009 by Sinan Oğan
Sinan Oğan, director of the Turkish Center for International Relations and Strategic Analysis (TÜRKSAM), has said Turkey has a greater role to play in the creation of the Nabucco pipeline project, which is to bring gas from the Caspian region to gas-hungr
“The Nabucco pipeline can initially work with 8 billion cubic meters of natural gas a year but, looking ahead, it will need around 30 billion cubic meters of natural gas.
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