Moscow and Kiev clinched a deal that will guarantee that Russian gas exports flow into Ukraine and beyond to the EuUthroughout the winter despite their rivalry over the fighting in eastern Ukraine
Burkina Faso's embattled President Blaise Compaore announced on Oct. 31 that he was stepping down following violent protests demanding an end to his 27-year rule.
Hungary's prime minister scrapped plans to introduce an Internet tax that had sparked major demonstrations and further concerns about civil liberties in the EU member state
Swept along by the excitement as the Berlin Wall was torn down, former top Soviet officials now say, 25 years on, they feel stabbed in the back by the West.
Russia may restart gas supply to Ukraine as soon as next week if Kiev pays $2.2 billion worth of debt and pre-payments, gas export monopoly Gazprom said on Friday, under a deal that is also vital to ensure deliveries to Europe.
Gianni Pittella has urged the Turkish government to allow fighters from the People’s Protection Units (YPG) to use Turkish territory to cross into Kobane.
The Egyptian government’s expected move to not to renew its trade deal with Turkey will not hurt Turkey’s exports, and the decreasing trend in Turkey’s exports to Iraq will end soon, said Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci
Turkish warplanes have confronted Russian jets over the Black Sea, as NATO aircraft also tracked Russian strategic bombers over the Atlantic and sorties of fighters over the Baltic
High above the altar in the Vatican's Sistine Chapel, the halo around Jesus Christ's head in Michelangelo's famous frescoes shines with a brighter glow, thanks to a revolutionary new lighting system.
'Electronic surveillance of the perpetrator, rather than of the victim, is a much better system,' Minister İslam says
UN chief Ban Ki-moon met the president of Somalia, President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, under heavy security Oct. 29 in Mogadishu
The governments of Egypt, Greece and Greek Cyprus have urged Turkey to stop trying to chart gas deposits in areas of the east Mediterranean claimed by Greek Cyprus, saying the work was illegal.
The history of the Middle East in the post-colonial era has been one of wars and conflicts with long-standing regional antagonisms and rivalries that show no signs of abating.
Search and rescue operations to prevent migrants drowning in the Mediterranean will be undertaken by the EU as of weekend, but UK says it cuts support, while future of Italian mission looks uncertain
The UN climate summit in 2015 will fail unless the United States sets "a concrete and ambitious" goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, EU climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard warned.
ECONOMIC MRI - One third of 11.7 million young people in Turkey are either unemployed as they have not been able to find a job or they are neither in school nor holding a job
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The government wants the Interior Ministry to conduct appointments in the gendarmerie force, while the General Staff is concerned that this will cause 'politicization' in the gendarmerie
The US economic interest in Turkey remains strong despite political strains, says Turkish American Business Association head Beşir Kemal Ustaoğlu
Pro-Europe parties secured a big win in an election in Ukraine, a partial vote count showed, with President Petro Poroshenko hailing people's support for his plan to pursue democratic reforms sought by the West
International net direct investments in Turkey totaled $8.6 billion in the first eight months of 2014, a 9.8 percent increase from the same period of the previous year, the Economy Ministry announces.
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