Russia’s plans to extend its gas link to Germany run counter to EU interests and risk further destabilizing Ukraine, 10 European governments said in a letter to the European Commission that called for a summit-level debate on the issue
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said teachers’ salaries in Turkey were below the average of those in OECD member states, stressing that seniority and teaching experience in Turkey were not well reflected in wages
Turkey has finished second from last again among 44 countries in terms of adult alcohol consumption, effectively maintaining its position over the past 12 years, according to an Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) health report
Within the framework of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s (the Fed) normalization process, the uncertainty on when the first rate hike will happen is continuing, thus allowing several local currencies, including the Turkish Lira, to catch their breaths and take a break in their losses during the month of October
Turkey’s exports declined by 1.5 percent to $12.3 billion in October, although exports saw a 10 percent increase on an amount (kilogram) basis compared to the same month of 2015, according to data released by the Exporters’ Assembly of Turkey (TİM) on Nov. 1
Turkey has spent over $8 billion for more than 2.1 million Syrian migrants in the last 4.5 years in line with its “Open Door Policy” with Syria.
Six Turkish universities have placed in the top 20 of a university ranking list taking into consideration 20 nations from emerging Europe and Central Asia (EECA)
Once on the verge of total humiliation in its qualification campaign, Turkey’s national football team has managed to earn a direct ticket to the 2016 European Championship finals in France next summer
Global Finance magazine has lowered the rank of Turkish Central Bank Governor Erdem Başçı from B+ to C, ranking him as one of the worst performers this year.
Voting for the snap elections on Nov. 1 has started at Turkey’s representatives in foreign countries and at border gates across the country.
EU nations have agreed at a summit held in Brussels on Sept. 23 to give an additional 1.1 billion euros in aid to the UN agencies dealing with the refugee crisis in the Syria-neighboring countries, pledging greater cooperation and dialogue with Turkey
Europe “disgraced itself” when EU ministers failed to reach an agreement on a quota plan to share the burden of refugees around the continent, German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said Sept. 15.
European ministers will hold emergency talks on Sept.14 on plans to distribute migrants around the continent, after Germany reintroduced border controls admitting it could no longer cope with the influx.
With the recent decrease in tourist numbers visiting Turkey, many hotels are facing an oversupply of rooms this season after years of rapid expansion, according to sector representatives
Eastern European countries rejected migrant quotas on Sept. 11, exposing a deep rift on the continent over how to respond to the crisis as new footage raised further questions about Hungary's treatment of floods of refugees
A tough test awaits Turkey on Sept. 12 at Eurobasket 2015 when it takes on title favorite France, led by all-time Eurobasket top scorer Tony Parker, for a quarterfinal berth.
The Turkish economy is expected to grow only 3 percent this year, a reduction from the government’s target of 4 percent growth, Deputy Prime Minister Cevdet Yılmaz told Anadolu Agency on Sept. 11.
Turkey keeps its hopes alive of progress to Euro 2016 after defeating the Netherlands 3-0 in a Group A qualifier in Konya
Thousands of exhausted migrants streamed into Austria from Hungary on Sept. 5, after Vienna and Berlin agreed to take in thousands of refugees desperate to start new lives in Western Europe.
Turkey and the Netherlands will meet for a crucial rendezvous in the Central Anatolian province of Konya on Sept. 6 after both teams lost points late on Sept. 3 in their bid to qualify for the Euro 2016 finals in France.
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