Turkey’s Doğan Holding which also owns the Hürriyet Daily News, said on March 22 that it started talks with Demirören Holding on the sale and transfer of its visual and print media components in an official announcement to the Public Disclosure Platform.
Dap Holding won a tender held by Emlak Konut GYO to develop a real estate project worth 1.76 billion Turkish Liras ($451 million) on the property belonging to the Marmara University campus in the Teşvikiye neighborhood of Istanbul’s Nişantaşı district, daily Hürriyet reported on March 21.
Safa al-Hussein comes into the consultation room with her four-year-old daughter, Ahed, who has a leg injury she suffered during an attack on the northern Syrian city of Raqqa.
The U.S. Commerce Department said on March 20 it had made final findings in dumping and subsidy investigations of carbon and alloy steel wire rod sold in U.S. markets from Italy, South Korea, Spain, Turkey and Britain.
Serbia is negotiating a $400 million loan from Turkey’s Exim Bank to develop infrastructure it needs to spur investments and growth, Serbia’s trade minister said on March 20.
BMC, one of Turkey’s major commercial and defense vehicle producers, aims to achieve $1 billion revenue by the end of 2018, its chair Ethem Sancak said on March 19.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy told magistrates that accusations of illicit Libyan funding for his 2007 election campaign were a web of lies that had made his life “hell” and lost him a re-election bid in 2012, Le Figaro newspaper said.
Tear gas was repeatedly lobbed into the Kosovo parliament on March 21 but it did not stop MPs ratifying a border agreement with Montenegro seen as key for Pristina’s bid to join the European Union.
The main suspect in a recent bomb attack against the Palestinian prime minister in the Gaza Strip was killed in an arrest raid on March 22 that also left two members of the Hamas security forces dead.