An explosion has hit the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars-Erzurum gas pipeline in eastern Turkey, a provincial governor has told Anadolu Agency
It was December 21, 1991. In Moscow, eleven former members of the Soviet Union declared the formation of the Commonwealth of Independent States. Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia were among them.
Turkey is well placed and an increasingly significant hub for oil and natural gas transit from the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia to Europe and the Atlantic, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has said.
Turkey will compete in a relatively easy group in the qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, after it avoided being paired with the powerhouses of European football
The eighth International Painting Festival has begun in the Black Sea province of Trabzon with the participation of 40 female artists from 20 different countries under the auspices of Femin&Art, a female artist collective
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan has sent a letter of condolence to Erdoğan, following Suruç attack on July 20
Ukrainian and U.S. troops launched fresh drills July 20 near the war-torn country’s Polish border in a bid to show unity and resolve in the face of an increasingly resurgent Kremlin
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The existence of both BRICS and the SCO as challengers to U.S. dominance in international politics are being discussed widely. Yet, varying interests and divergent priorities of member states, as well as the lack of a cooperative culture among them, clearly limit their ability to balance the U.S.
A Paris-based arbitration court has decided on the behalf of Turkey’s gas grid Botaş in a case against Greece’s state-run energy company DEPA, said Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The deal reached between Iran and the major world powers over Iran’s nuclear program on July 14 is a historical breakthrough which has the potential to change political and economic balances not only in the Middle East but also in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
On June 16, the Grand Chamber of the ECHR declared its judgment in a case opened by six Azerbaijani nationals against Armenia on the complaint that in 1992, Armenian forces forced them to leave the district of Lachin in Azerbaijan and that since then, they have been unable to return to their homes, and are being denied control over their properties.
The 2014 Ukraine crisis reinforced the EU’s quest for gas supply security.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
A general review on the state of affairs around Turkey’s immediate neighborhood would plainly show that it’s surrounded with a chaotic wave, from Europe to the Balkans; from Eurasia to the Caucasus; from the Middle East to North Africa.
The Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) will create more than 15,000 new jobs and make a great economic contribution to the participating countries, according to the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (Socar), which is conducting the project.
Some 10,000 protesters rallied in the Armenian capital on June 28, defying police threats to forcefully break up the demonstration against the government's controversial move to hike electricity prices.
Turkey eased to a straight sets victory over Poland to claim the women’s volleyball gold medal at the European Games on June 27
The inaugural European Games in Azerbaijan are breaking new ground for disabled athletes, including Turkish judoka Şerife Köseoğlu, who is blind.
Turkish women’s volleyball team will be out to cap their good run at the European Games in Baku with a gold medal when they play Poland in the tournament final on June 27
Turkish women’s volleyball team continues its good run at the European Games in Baku, ready for a semifinal clash on June 25 against host Azerbaijan
Street protests in the Armenian capital against a hike in electricity prices grew on June 23 evening, with an estimated 7,000 people joining a second attempt to march toward the presidential residence even after riot police had used water cannons to forcefully disperse demonstrators.
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