Category: MURAT YETKİN
As one of our editors said around the front page desk yesterday, our news agenda on March 31 could have made headlines for at least a month in any Scandinavian newspaper.
Six world powers and Iran will meet again later on Wednesday in a bid to reach an outline accord reining in Tehran's nuclear programme, after failing to agree crucial details such as the lifting of U.N. sanctions by a Tuesday deadline.
A nuclear deal with Iran is possible ‘If Allah wills,” U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has reportedly said.
The European Union and other donors pledged more than $2 billion on Tuesday to help alleviate war-torn Syria's humanitarian crisis, which Kuwait's emir called the worst in "modern history".
Zübeyir Aydar, a leading figure in the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) based in Brussels, has claimed that the PKK is neither a separatist nor a nationalist organization, while also stressing that the group fully supports the jailed PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan’s stance in the ongoing peace process.
In Syria's northeastern province of Latakia, workers roll the country's first locally made cigars, a new product being launched despite the devastating civil conflict now in its fifth year.
The Turkish Cyprus Football Association, banned from international competition, applies for joining its counterpart to by-pass sanctions. The request, also sent to FIFA, has angered Turkish side leaders
The Turkish government embarked on yet another tax reform by merging two essential tax laws in such an era when taxation-linked issues have risen to the top of the global agenda, and barely a day goes by without news regarding tax reforms carried out either by a country or a group of countries, in the case of the European Union, across the world.
There is a Chinese character that equates crisis with opportunity. We face such a situation as the energy market turbulence, created by the oil price collapse, declining investments and geopolitical tensions, is in full swing. The process of adjustment in the energy market is far from over.
A blast at the office of a magazine in Istanbul’s Kağıthane district has left one dead and three injured, according to a police report
A French court on March 24 sentenced two Kurds to five years in prison and seven others to lesser terms in an extortion case linked to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
An EU commissioner has said the European Union is committed to investing 1 billion euros in Balkan infrastructure in the coming years, in a move aiming to link the EU-aspiring countries.
Fourteen alleged members of the outlawed Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) were detained in police raids in Istanbul’s Sultangazi district early March 24.
The European Union and Cuba have agreed to speed up the pace of normalizing ties and hope to reach an accord by the end of the year, the bloc's top diplomat said Tuesday.
Turkish Airlines is set to become the official airline sponsor of the UEFA Champions League for a term of three years, the company announced March 24.
Iran will insist that all sanctions against it are lifted as a condition for a nuclear deal, the foreign minister said on March 25
The air disaster in the French Alps cannot be explained by the age of the Germanwings Airbus A320, which at 24-years-old should still have been in excellent condition, experts said Tuesday.
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
Over time, and especially with the current Justice and Development Party (AKP) government, Turkey has found itself less and less on the same page as the transatlantic community on certain key issues.
Greece and the European Union could reach a deal as early as this week to allow the release of badly needed aid funds for Athens, European Parliament President Martin Schulz said March 24
The European Union and Taiwan have said a bid by Turkish appliance manufacturer Vestel to get Ankara to impose emergency import tariffs on mobile phones would probably be illegal if it is approved
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