The US and Europe targeted Russia's key financial, arms and energy sectors with tough new sanctions in response to Moscow's intervention in the Ukraine crisis
Britain's prime minister announced new measures to cut immigration on Tuesday in a bid to lure voters from eurosceptic rivals 10 months from a general election.
The European Commission said Tuesday it would release a further 50 million euros ($67 million) in humanitarian aid for Syria as the crisis there deepens.
Trade levels between Turkey and the United States are increasing at a growing pace despite a downturn in political relations, according to the chair of the Turkish American Business Association, Zeynep Dereli. ‘Economic relations are the drivers of political relationships,’ says the businesswoman
Heavy shelling around the crash site of downed Malaysian flight MH17 forced Dutch and Australian police to scrap a planned visit as they sought to secure the scene 10 days after the disaster.
Turkey’s main agenda should be rule of law, high democratic standards, accountability and good governance, outgoing President Abdullah Gül has said
Ramzan Kadyrov, the Kremlin-backed leader of Chechnya, said on July 26 he would ban entry to and freeze any bank accounts of U.S. President Barack Obama and top EU officials for bringing "tragedy" to Ukraine, in a gesture of defiance after being hit by sanctions.
Category: MELİS ALPHAN
'In the event that olive growing activities and other investment fields overlap, other investments and natural resources should be evaluated in terms of whether or not the olive grove is less beneficial than other possible activities'
A 12-hour humanitarian truce between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas group has entered into effect, as top diplomats pressed efforts to secure a longer-term ceasefire
'We were very close to reaching a ceasefire, but Israel rejected the proposal at the last moment,' Turkish FM Davutoğlu said following a major meeting in Paris as Gaza death toll tops 1,000
Russia has said that new European Union sanctions targeting Russian intelligence chiefs over its role in Ukraine risked ending all joint cooperation on security
Turkey’s long-awaited high-speed railway line between the capital Ankara and the financial capital Istanbul was finally inaugurated on July 25, only to break down several hours later. Transport Minister Elvan said there was no sign of sabotage but they had 'question marks'
Major airlines blocked flights to Israel Wednesday after a rocket from Gaza struck near airport runways, as the U.N. chief urged an end to a conflict that has killed 636 Palestinians and 31 Israelis
This year could hit a macabre new record, with 123 murders reported by July 11\ as activists slam the policies and attitudes of government officials
The declaration of a 'caliphate' by Islamist militants in Iraq lacks legitimacy and their death threats to Christians are a danger to civilization, the head of Turkey’s religious authority has said
A recent survey has indicated an unprecedented low in popular approval for the ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) foreign policy.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Turkish foreign policy is heading toward a crossroads, as the country heads for its critical presidential election next month.
Iran has diluted its entire stock of medium-enriched uranium as required under a November deal with world powers, the UN atomic agency said in its latest report
Islamist-led militiamen have stepped up their assault on Libya’s main airport, controlled by rival fighters, which the Health Ministry said yesterday had left at least 47 dead in a week
The EU is ready to toughen sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine plane disaster, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday, indicating that it could target whole sectors of the economy including goods with possible military uses.
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