Negotiations on the ambitious Trans-Pacific Partnership were to go into overtime on Oct.2 as top trade officials from 12 countries strained to craft a deal that would create the world's largest free trade zone.
The state of Virginia late Oct.1 executed multiple murderer Alfredo Prieto, rejecting last minute court appeals from lawyers for the Salvadoran immigrant.
The US state of Georgia executed its first woman in 70 years early on Sept.30, despite an appeal for clemency by Pope Francis.
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Briny water flows during the summer months on Mars, raising the possibility that the planet long thought to be arid could support life today, scientists analyzing data from a NASA spacecraft said Sept. 28
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It is irony at its best, or utter hypocrisy in fact, to be critical of Russian meddling in Syria
Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry has revealed a new support program to overcome sector losses mainly due to economic problems in Russia and neighboring countries
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The row began last week when Reşat Kasap, the mayor of the eastern Black Sea town of Rize, said a statue of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, in the town’s main square could be removed.
Turkey’s largest mobile operator Turkcell said on Sept. 17 it was considering acquiring some of the Eurasian assets of its shareholder TeliaSonera, after the Nordic telecom operator said it was looking at leaving seven markets.
Turkey’s TAV Airports has plans to pursue new acquisitions abroad in line with a company decision taken two years ago, according to TAV CEO Sani Şener
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.
One man was killed and another seriously wounded in a shooting at a Sacramento, California college campus, police said late on Sept.3.
Leading mobile operator in Turkey Turkcell has decided to establish a consumer financing company with a capital ceiling of up to 500 million Turkish Liras ($171.5 million), it said in a written statement to the Public Disclosure Platform on Aug. 27
The gunman in the shooting deaths of two television journalists in Virginia on Aug. 26 was a veteran anchorman with a history of workplace grievances who had previously sued a Florida station alleging discrimination because he was black.
Former prosecutor Zekeriya Öz has sought political asylum from Germany following an arrest warrant issued for him after he headed Turkey’s biggest corruption investigation involving the sons of four former ministers in 2013, daily Sözcü reported
The Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office in Istanbul’s Bakırköy district asked the Justice Ministry on Aug. 19 to request Interpol issue a red notice to arrest two former prosecutors wanted for attempting to overthrow the government
Two women have made military history after becoming the first female soldiers to pass the U.S. Army's grueling Ranger Course, the Army said on August 17.
A Turkish prosecutor who handled probes into alleged coup cases in Turkey has fled with a colleague to Germany via Georgia and Armenia after learning of an upcoming arrest warrant issued in his name, daily Hürriyet reported on Aug. 14.
‘We’ll see what Germany will do with the red notice,” the president says, referring to a former prosecutor’s case. ‘If Germany doesn’t [extradite the prosecutor], it won’t be able to take any criminal from us’
Former US president Jimmy Carter said Aug. 12 that recent liver surgery has shown he has cancer, and that it has spread
Georgia’s main electricity grid and 15 hydro power plants are for sale by their owner Czech privately-held Energo-Pro, the company said on Aug. 12.
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