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.
I first came to Istanbul for my higher education 59 years ago, arriving from the Kelkit district of the remote northern Turkish province of Gümüşhane.
Chief of General Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar spoke to an Ankara court as a party witness for the case regarding the events at the Turkish General Staff Headquarters on the night of the failed coup on July 15, 2016, saying the army had failed to detect the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization’s (FETÖ) infiltration into the military.
European Union leaders called on U.S. President Donald Trump on March 23 to make permanent an EU exemption from U.S. metal import duties, saying they reserved the right to respond “in a proportionate manner” to protect the bloc’s interests.
OPEC members will need to continue coordinating with Russia and other non-OPEC oil-producing countries on supply curbs in 2019 to reduce global oil inventories to desired levels, Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on March 22.
French airline Air France said on March 23 that 30 percent of its long-haul and medium-haul flights to and from Paris were not operating due to a strike over pay.
China’s media regulator is cracking down on video spoofs, the official Xinhua new agency reported, amid an intensified crackdown on any content that is deemed to be in violation of socialist core values under President Xi Jinping.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity has fallen to its lowest point so far in his presidency, a poll showed on March 23, a day after nationwide protests against his reform drive brought tens of thousands of public workers on the streets.
Spain’s Supreme Court said on March 23 that it would prosecute 13 key Catalan separatists for “rebellion,” as Marta Rovira became the latest leading pro-independence figure to flee abroad to escape charges over the region’s breakaway bid.
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.