Category: ABDULLAH GÜL
The state of world affairs over the past decade has been characterized by complexities that defy easy analysis and prognostication. Global developments experienced during the previous year have only added to existing difficulties-particularly in terms of guidance and progress
A fire at a care home in central China left 38 people dead and six injured, officials and reports said May 26.
China hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the building of two lighthouses in the disputed South China Sea, state media said on May 26, a move that is likely to escalate tensions in a region already jittery about Beijing's maritime ambitions.
China should step up fiscal support for its economy if growth dips below 6.5 percent this year, or prepare to take steps to rein in credit and investment if growth surprises on the upper side, the International Monetary Fund said on May 26
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan has said there are Turkish banks interested in operations in China, after a Chinese bank acquired a majority share in Turkish Tekstilbank
Nearly half of Mozambique’s elephants have been killed for their ivory.
An Iranian negotiator on May 24 denied accepting military site inspections as part of a nuclear deal with world powers, a delicate issue in talks that must be concluded by the end of June.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC) has announced that its acquisition of a 75.5 percent of stake in Tekstilbank from Turkish GSD Holding, resulting in the first business institution operated in Turkey by a Chinese bank
The death toll in China's latest round of flooding has risen to at least 52, including two schoolchildren aboard a bus carrying more than twice its authorized passenger load that plunged into a pond, authorities said
Sweden narrowly beat Russia May 24 in a nail-biting 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, winning its sixth crown in Europe's annual anything-goes music extravaganza
Category: MURAT YETKİN
According to the U.S. administration, the capture of Ramadi by ISIL only some 100 km west of the Iraqi capital Baghdad was something ordinary regarding the bigger picture of the war.
Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece ‘Swan Lake’ will be on the Istanbul stage with a unique performance by the Kremlin Ballet Theater
US surveillance aircraft and naval ships have yet to test China’s territorial claims around artificial islands built in the South China Sea, but the Pentagon warned on May 21 that could be “the next step.”
The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC), the world’s largest bank, has completed a takeover of some 75.5 percent of the stakes in Turkey’s Tekstilbank.
Category: ERSU ABLAK
If you ask me, one of the reasons why we live is to play games. I don’t mean just digital games but sports, interactions between peers verbal games, etc
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on May 21 selected her justice minister to become the new prime minister -- a post that has become something of a poisoned chalice under her administration
Federal Reserve officials believed it would be premature to hike interest rates in June even though most felt the U.S. economy was set to rebound from a dismal start to the year, according to minutes from their April policy meeting released on May 20.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
“He [the madman] … explained the extremity of his actions as president … as necessary to achieve ‘subjective immunity’ against foreign plots and influences
Turkey has pledged to be a “framework nation” for NATO’s Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) by 2021
Iran's supreme leader vowed May 20 he will not allow international inspection of Iran's military sites or access to Iranian scientists under any nuclear agreement with world powers.
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