Uzbekistan has declared its presidential ballot valid after more than the required third of voters turned out in an election that 77-year-old strongman incumbent President Islam Karimov is almost certain to win.
The Sabancı International Adana Theater Festival will raise the curtain for the 17th time on World Theater Day on March 27
Turkey and Russia have principally agreed on the visit to Crimea, but talks are still ongoing regarding the delegation’s route plan and the timing of the visit
U.S. President Obama spoke with Turkish President Erdoğan on March 26 about pressing issues in the Middle East, including the crisis in Yemen
Two top Ukrainian officials were arrested March 25 on corruption charges and led away in handcuffs from a televised cabinet meeting as government ministers looked on.
A Moscow-friendly Greece could paralyse NATO's ability to react to Russian aggression, former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski warned March 25.
Russia on March 24 warned the United States against sending a ballistic missile defence system to South Korea, saying it could threaten regional security.
For long years, the world economic literature was not locked into a word such as “patient.” When the U.S. Fed turned the topic of the timing of the rise of interest rates into a lotto, then the answer to the question “when?” was formulated as: “being patient and not being patient.”
China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina) is to buy Pirelli, the world’s fifth-largest tyre maker, in a 7.1 billion euro ($7.7 billion) deal that will place one of the symbols of Italy’s manufacturing industry in Chinese hands.
Turkey’s first nuclear power plant is unlikely to be ready before 2022, energy officials said on March 23
The West should consider using all its tools to help Ukraine, including sending defensive weapons, NATO's top military commander said on March 22.
The international credit rating agency, Fitch, has affirmed Turkey's long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings at BBB- and BBB, respectively with a stable outlook.
EU leaders agreed on March 19 to effectively extend economic sanctions against Russia until the end of 2015, tying them to full implementation of the Minsk ceasefire accords in Ukraine
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has slammed the announced plans to establish a monitoring panel as part of the government-led Kurdish peace process.
Energy ties and the fate of Crimean Tatars will top the agenda when President Erdoğan meets his Ukrainian counterpart
German airport operator Fraport is suffering from the crisis in Ukraine and Russia, with ruble weakness hitting passenger numbers and retail spending, and St Petersburg airport, in which it owns a stake, in financial difficulties
U.S. energy envoy Amos Hochstein urged southeast European states to build new gas links and focus on smaller projects to curb reliance on supplies from Russia, rather than blockbuster pipeline deals
NATO allies are scrambling to protect vulnerable Baltic partners from the threat of hybrid warfare, a Russian tactic that officials and experts say is based on deception rather than formal declaration of war.
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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has reacted strongly against U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s comments about the eventuality of coming to terms with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to end the civil war there.
Any decision to build a pipeline to transport Russian gas through Turkey should be made in consultation with the European Union and should not breach pre-existing legal commitments, the European Commission’s energy chief said.
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