Turkey’s crude steel production increased 13.6 percent to 21.6 million tons in the first seven months of the current year, Turkish Steel Producers’ Association (TCUD) announced on Sept. 7.
Chinese President Xi Jinping told an international summit on Sept. 5 that although the global economy had improved, risk factors had also increased.
Federal police searched the house of the president of the Brazilian Olympic committee on Tuesday and issued a warrant forcing him to testify in an investigation into bribery surrounding the awarding of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.
North Korea’s biggest-ever nuclear test and declaration it had a hydrogen bomb prompted worldwide condemnation from leaders, as well as thoughts on possible responses they could adopt.
Brazilian police are executing hundreds of search and arrest warrants in a crackdown on a drug-trafficking ring that authorities say attempted to smuggle more than 6 tons of cocaine to Europe over the past year.
Turkey has been exporting ice cream to a total of 68 countries and four free zones, gaining nearly $204 million in the past 5.5 years.
India and China have agreed to pull back their troops from a face-off in the high Himalayas where China, India and Bhutan meet, signaling a thaw in their months-long standoff, India’s government said on Aug. 28.
Award-winning caricatures from the 33rd Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Contest are on show at an exhibition in the northwestern province of Balıkesir’s Edremit district.
There will be no war on the Korean peninsula, South Korean President Moon Jae-In said on Aug. 17, saying Seoul effectively had a veto over the United States military action in response to the North's nuclear and missile programmes.
The opposition coalition in Venezuela on Sunday rejected “the military threat by any foreign power,” two days after US President Donald Trump said he was considering such an option against the crisis-hit South American nation.
Anti-drug police seized cocaine worth 24.5 million Turkish Liras from a foreign-flagged ship as it was approaching the harbor in the southern province of Mersin on Aug. 7.
A member of the U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Syria said on Aug. 6 she was quitting because a lack of political backing from the U.N. Security Council had made the job impossible, Swiss national news agency SDA reported.
Some 150,000 car owners have made insurance claims for damage caused by heavy hail in Istanbul on July 27, which left holes on hoods and broke many windshields, as thousands of others have been waiting in line to be registered.
HSBC said profits were up in the first half of the year after a turbulent 2016 which saw huge writedowns and restructuring costs as it laid off thousands of staff.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro claimed victory on July 31 in an internationally criticized election for an assembly to rewrite the constitution, but the opposition cried fraud and vowed to keep protesting despite a deadly crackdown.
The Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) is using Latin America as a base to restructure itself, Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency’s (TİKA) Colombia coordinator told state-run Anadolu Agency on July 28.
The International Monetary Fund late on July 20 approved a one-year, $1.8 billion loan program for Greece but will not release any funds until the eurozone agrees on a debt relief plan, in a highly unusual compromise step.
Turkish banking sector is regulated and monitored more favorable than emerging economies, but it is still reliant on short-term external debt, according to global rating agency Standard and Poor’s.
French carmaker Renault posted record vehicle sales for the first half as a sustained product offensive lifted global deliveries by 10.4 percent - with a well-timed China SUV launch and a renewed push into Iran both contributing.
Global oil demand will continue to escalate despite slow growth resulting from the introduction of electric cars, according to the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) on July 12
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