Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The driver of a snowplough involved in a deadly accident at a Moscow airport that killed Total CEO Christophe de Margerie was drunk, Russian investigators said Oct. 21.
Turkey might set too ambitious space goals to reach under the slogan of ‘not even space was the limit’ due to a number of technical limitations
The infamous riot control vehicles with water cannons, popularly known as TOMAs, are not only good for Turkey’s security, but also apparently for its economy
Iran is against the latest hike in the border passage price for Iranian trucks, imposed by Turkey, the Iranian Embassy in Turkey said by a written statement on Oct. 19.
Doğan Holding is suing a columnist for ‘his imaginary, threatening and slanderous claims against Doğan Holding and Aydın Doğan, its Honorary President’
An Ankara information technology company has developed software that allows helicopters to fly in foggy weather conditions.
The Doğan Organic Agriculture project in the district of Kelkit in the Black Sea province of Gümüşhane has become an exemplary model for organic sustainability.
Turkey’s private sector’s long-term foreign debt increased $8.1 billion in August to a total of $166.2 billion from December last year, the Central Bank announced on Oct. 20.
Turkey’s Supreme Board of Privatization (ÖİB) has said the Council of State did not suspend the execution of Istanbul’s Salıpazarı Port Area project, commonly known as Galataport
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
Turkish transporters have paid more than $1 billion to Iran for the difference in fuel prices between the two countries, says the head of the International Transporters Association Fatih Şener
BAKU - Anadolu Agency
A new $700 million 79 km-long railway route is set to be completed in Turkey in 2015 as a part of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway project
Italian actress Monica Bellucci has won a lawsuit against a Turkish businessman who acquired the rights to her name in Turkey years ago, thus paving the way for her to acquire the right to use her own name in Turkey.
Turkey’s Koç Holding’s Setur will make an offer to run the duty-free shops at Istanbul’s under construction third airport along with France’s Lagardere Services
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