Reversing a historical trend, Turkish TV production 'Binbir Gece' (A Thousand and One Nights) has become the first TV drama from the country to be shown in Latin America
In Ankara’s Beypazarı, the carrot campaign has begun – join me in this week’s article to learn about the painstaking efforts used to bring you your number one provider of a-ketoglutaric acid
There is a will among both Turkish and Greek Cypriots to find a solution for the divided island, according to an expert.
The US President will try to convince the Israeli PM to accept a US framework for final peace talks with the Palestinians
President Hamid Karzai has expressed "extreme anger" towards the United States as it prepares to end its 13-year war in Afghanistan, intensifying his criticism in his final months in power.
MHP leaderBahçeli likened corruption and graft to cancer, saying they would penetrate all segments of society if they were not “removed”
Israel's prime minister pledged Sunday to resist "pressures" as he left for Washington on a visit expected to centre on peace talks with the Palestinians and the Iranian nuclear dispute.
US senators said British and US spy agencies showed a "breathtaking lack of respect" for privacy after reports they had intercepted and stored images from webcams used by millions of Yahoo users.
President Barack Obama told Hamid Karzai on Tuesday that he is now planning for a full US troop withdrawal because of the Afghan leader's repeated refusal to sign a security pact.
Turkish retailer Tesco Kipa, in response to recent media reports, said yesterday that its British parent Tesco was in the first stages of talks with various companies regarding various options.
Top foreign policy figures have penned a letter to Obama to urge him to change his silent stance against Turkish PM's actions
America's Syria policy encourages the financing and supply of "terrorist organisations," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday during a visit to Iraq.
Turkey’s defense procurement agency head seeks to assuage Western concerns over Ankara’s missile deal, saying he understands their worries
The world energy industry needs around $37 trillion over the next two decades for new greenfield projects and to upgrade existing energy infrastructure.
Barack Obama praised France's President Francois Hollande as a leader of "courage" Tuesday, and wined and dined his solo guest at a lavish state dinner.
President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that America would take tough action against firms violating sanctions against Iran, after a French commercial mission raised hackles in Washington.
Turkish real estate investment trust Kiler GYO is planning to issue a five-year Islamic bond worth at least $100 million in the second half of this year
Blog writer Orhan Tüzün has come up with an “answering algorithm” for Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Obama and Hollande celebrated the long-standing ties between their nations by touring the sweeping Virginia estate owned by Thomas Jefferson
President Hassan Rouhani called for "fair and constructive" nuclear talks Tuesday as Iranians marked the 35th anniversary of the Islamic revolution