The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) will host an international economy workshop in Istanbul on Dec 8
Turkey looks to step up its efforts to normalize ties with Armenia as Foreign Minister Davutoğlu plans to test the waters on the Armenian side in a planned visit to Yerevan
A senior soldier’s letter saying he asked for burning and suffocating gas bombs from National Defense authority has been revealed in a new documentary film on the 1938 Dersim Massacre
In December Istanbul will meet “the blind’s world” as the “Dialogue in the Dark” social enterprise opens its first exhibition in the city’s Gayrettepe district
Bülent Mumay was handed the International Press Institute’s (IPI) 2013 Human Rights Award
Turkey does not have the luxury of being able to ruin ties with any country as it tries to become an energy corridor, according to the director of an Istanbul-based think tank
The India-based online restaurant and nightlife guide, Zomato, which was recently established in Turkey, is set to expand its services
After Turkish FM Davutoğlu convinced his Iraqi counterpart Zebari of the 'benefit of face to face discussions,' Energy Minister Yıldız traveled to Baghdad
Turkey is seeking to form a tripartite mechanism between Turkey, Iraq and the Kurdish Regional Government for the sale of northern Iraqi oil and gas
Taner Yıldız travel to Baghdad were he assured that Ankara would seek the central government's approval for the commercial export of oil from the autonomous Kurdistan region
In Turkey, we have a total of 17.3 million students, and there are 832,000 teachers in total in state
Turkey does not want to create any problems for Baghdad in oil deals with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) as transparency will be key in talks to deepen energy cooperation between Turkey and Iraqi Kurds, a Turkish official told HDN.
Turkey and Iraqi Kurdistan signed a package of landmark contracts earlier this week, according to sources
Bülent Mumay has been awarded for his 'human rights-oriented editorial approach'
Turkey’s willingness to maintain strong relations with the Iraqi central government in Baghdad will be best reflected this week in two key visits
The Southern corridor is a historic project that will provide a fourth gas source to European markets, says a key executive of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline, noting that Turkey is playing a key role in its realization.
Turkey’s İslamic finance system has been developing but the country has a long way to go, a partner at Ernst&Young says.
As even the largest Turkish companies are still facing struggles in creating brands acknowledged worldwide, the experiences of the few entrepreneurs who managed to think beyond a nation’s borders have become much more valuable.
The top commander of the so-called Free Syrian Army Riad al-Asaad went missing in Turkey, according to Iranian media reports
Turkish prime minister insists on the plans to close down dersanes while also offering new incentives to the dersane owners and teachers working there