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.
Trio Pax, recently formed by three musicians, will play tonight for Turkish harpist Ceren Necipoğlu, who died in a plane crash in 2009
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
The advent of Today’s Zaman was certainly good news for the Hürriyet Daily News. Developing a rival is always good for any establishment that enjoyed being the sole player for decades in a given sector.
Japanese electronics conglomerate Panasonic plans to achieve growth in Turkey’s neighboring regions after it acquired a majority stake of Turkey-based electrical installation materials producer Viko this year
Turkey has made a lot of progress over the last 10 years in terms of democratization, according to the UN’s envoy to the country, while warning against 'backsliding'
US Consular General to Istanbul Charles F. Hunter is preparing to marry his Turkish boyfriend soon in the United States, several Turkish media claimed
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
The World Bank’s office in Turkey is set to hold an important conference today in Istanbul, on the occasion of the launch of a new book analyzing Turkish economic and social development since the 1980s under the title of “Turkey’s Transitions: Integration, Inclusion, Institutions.”
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Last year, a week from today on Dec. 17, Istanbul prosecutors opened the biggest ever corruption probe in Turkey
Transit migrants are increasingly choosing to stay longer in Turkey and are therefore turning into labor migrants, according to Professor Ahmet İçduygu from Koç University
The PYD has promised that arms sent by the US to fight against ISIL will not be transferred to the PKK, PYD co-leader Salih Muslim tells HDN
The issue of updating the Customs Union between Turkey and the EU will be on the agenda of a visit from three EU officials to Ankara, sources tell HDN
Two British citizens were handed over to jihadists by Turkey without notification to London, MI6 alleges
The newly planned gas pipeline between Russia and Turkey will not make any negative effect on the TANAP as the 16 billion cubic meters of TANAP gas a year will already be sold, says a BP representative
Defying rising pressure on Ankara from Western powers to join economic sanctions against Moscow, Turkey and Russia take yet another bold step toward deepening their joint investment cooperation
NATO foreign ministers are expected to announce on Dec. 2 the launch of a new advisory mission for Afghanistan and continuous NATO presence in Eastern Europe
A decrease in Turkey’s military spending has been accompanied by a rise in domestic security expenditures. ‘Turkey is becoming a security state,’ says Nurhan Yentürk from the Public Expenditures Monitoring Platform
Category: FARUK BİLDİRİCİ
So at the end of the day journalism has not died in Turkey. If it had died as some of our colleagues have been saying lately out of pessimism, there wouldn’t be any need felt to issue the publication ban to the news about the commission’s corruption investigation for the four former ministers.
Danilo Vucetic says a speedy probe into the killing of Serbian Red Star fan would be significant for normalizing relations between Serbia and Turkey
Tuğçe was brutally attacked for trying to rescue two German women from being harassed. After her life support is turned off, German President Gauck called the family
Some 46 percent of Turkish businesspeople believe corruption will increase in Turkey, according to a report issued by the Turkish Industry and Business Association
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