Kurdish oil has been shipped by 39 oil tankers from Ceyhan but Iraqi Kurdish authorities have not yet paid all payments to Turkey’s Halkbank, Energy Minister Taner Yıldız has told journalists
Category: MURAT YETKİN
'Is that only two articles and a news item that you have against me?' Ekrem Dumanlı, the editor-in-chief of daily Zaman asked the judge. 'Yes,' answered the latter
Senior Turkish diplomat Feridun Sinirlioğlu is visiting Moscow for talks with Russian officials on a number of issues, including Syria, Iraq and Ukraine.
Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak considers Turkey to be a reliable partner for the delivery of Russian natural gas to Europe, he said in a live TV interview
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is known as one of the toughest leaders on earth calls, him a “tough man.”
The Russian Foreign Ministry says new Western sanctions against Ukraine's Crimea region are a "collective punishment" on residents who voted last March to join Russia
Turkish citizens’ expectations from the coming year are negative, according to a new Eurobarometer survey
Amid international economic sanctions that have pounded Russia increasingly hard, Moscow is focusing its efforts on diversifying its energy-based economy with the help of innovation that brings not only commercial promises but also many existential paradoxes
Three Turks accused of spying on compatriots in Germany for the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MİT) had no links to either the spy agency or the Directorate of Overseas Turks, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu told reporters Dec. 19.
The court ordered the arrest of Samanyolu TV’s head, while conditionally releasing the editor-in-chief of Zaman daily
Two months after donors pledged $5.4 billion to help rebuild Gaza after the war between Israel and Hamas, Palestinian, U.N. and other officials say barely 2 percent of the money has been transferred.
The European Union must thrash out a strategy for Russia that lasts for many years, and looks past sanctions that have hammered Moscow's economy, the bloc's new leader Donald Tusk warned Dec. 18.
Turkey’s permanent representation in Brussels has approached the European Union to soothe concerns over the ongoing legal case
When President Vikto Yanukovych of Ukraine fled his capital Kiev on Feb. 21, 2014, after the Maidan protests, very few could have predicted that it would unfold into a second Cold War between Moscow and the West.
The race was on in Greece on Dec. 18 to forestall early elections -- and a possible blow to fiscal reforms -- hours after parliament failed to elect a new president.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
The year-long fight between the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the Fethullah Gülen community entered a new phase after the detentions of daily Zaman editor-in-chief Ekrem Dumanlı
Category: GÜNEŞ KÖMÜRCÜLER
The Turkish Lira hit record lows this week due to several factors. The currency is like a pendulum swung in the middle of both domestic and foreign developments.
The EU said Wednesday it still considers Hamas to be a "terrorist" group even though a European court ruled that it should be removed from the bloc's terrorism blacklist.
The European Union has agreed rules to stamp out tax evasion and stop dirty money from criminal gangs or terrorism finance being channeled through anonymous companies.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan launched a new broadside against the European Union on Dec. 17 over its condemnation of recent raids on the local media, saying Brussels has no right to give Ankara a "democracy lesson."
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