Danilo Vucetic says a speedy probe into the killing of Serbian Red Star fan would be significant for normalizing relations between Serbia and Turkey
Thousands are saying 'danke' to Tuğçe, who was killed while trying to rescue two women from being harassed
Some 46 percent of Turkish businesspeople believe corruption will increase in Turkey, according to a report issued by the Turkish Industry and Business Association
Turkey’s largest conglomerate Koç Holding has still yet to reach its global targets, the group’s chairman has said, heralding new overseas investment plans, potentially in the Far East
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has proposed a yet-to-be-founded private company continues oil and gas drilling activities in the Mediterranean until a resolution can be found for the decades-long Cyprus issue.
Turkey has sent weapons to the Iraqi Kurdish forces combating Islamist militants who have swept across large parts of the country, KRG Chief of Staff Fuad Hussein says
The main opposition CHP deserves a satisfying explanation after party leader Kılıçdaroğlu said the country’s intelligence agency is conspiring against the CHP through media operations, according to the MHP leader
No deal has been reached over moderate Syrian rebels being trained and equipped in Turkey, Defense Minister İsmet Yılmaz has said, saying the talks over the issue are still continuing
The Turkish economy is facing a slow death, but this can be prevented by a new economic model, main opposition Republican People’s Party Deputy Chair Sayek Böke tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Some 230 Peshmerga forces of Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) have been trained by Turkish soldiers so far in northern Iraq, a senior Turkish Foreign Ministry official has told the Hürriyet Daily News.
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The Turkish business community is “worried” about “perceptions” that the distance between Turkey and the European Union has been increasing.
Main opposition CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu accuses the government of directing Turkey’s spy agency to plot against his party
Some of the main opposition lawmakers have stated that they were not surprised by their leader’s claim that the government and the country’s intelligence agency are conspiring against their party.
To retake Syria’s second largest city from rebels, the forces loyal to President al-Assad are tightening the vice on Aleppo, but leaving a path to the exit, a ranking Turkish military source said
FSA commander Jamal Marouf has said the danger in Aleppo has eased slightly, but warned risks remain in the city that is deemed crucial by Turkey
The suspending of Turkey-Armenia protocols in 2009 had two main reasons: the reactions of the Azerbaijani and Turkish societies.
Finnish peace mediator Martti Ahtisaari says he turned down the offer due to the Turkish government’s hesitance over foreign involvement in the Kurdish peace process
John Allen is holding talks with top civilian and military officials in Ankara
President Erdoğan has rejected advice to cancel the second Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit over Ebola virus fears
Turkey has pushed the U.S. to declare a no-fly zone and safe haven in northern Syria, as part of a coalition strategy against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), yet Washington is still reluctant for such a move
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