US-based Chiquita Brands and Ireland's Fyffes Plc said they are merging, creating the world's larget banana supplier with annual revenue of $4.6 billion
Fatih Terim's men will therefore have the tough task of getting payback against the team that crushed its slim World Cup chances
The International Verification Commission had said it had overseen ETA militants handing over a small cache of weapons as the first step towards disarmament
Malaysia is the world's friendliest destination for Muslim travellers, according to a survey released, while Turkey is third after United Arab Emirates
Category: FORK & CORK
How Turkey became a tea-drinking nation is one of the great miracles of the last century.
Communities along the River Thames braced for more floods as Britain counted the cost of a storm that claimed several lives and left thousands without power
British Prime Minister David Cameron urged people in all parts of the United Kingdom on Friday to persuade their Scottish friends and family to vote "no" to independence in September's referendum.
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
With every New Year toward the end of January, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) releases the statistics of violations of the previous year.
The Vatican was denounced in a devastating report Wednesday for failing to stamp out child abuse and called on the Church to remove all clergy suspected of raping or molesting children.
Much is being written in Greece and elsewhere these days, as the country took over the rotating 6 month Presidency of the European Union on Jan. 1, 2014 for the 5th time in its history.
The Vatican insisted Thursday it is committed to stamping out sexual abuse by the clergy, as top Church officials were grilled before the UN's child rights watchdog.
Cüneyt Çakır will be the first Turkish referee in 40 years to officiate at a World Cup, as world football’s governing body, FIFA, announced its list of 25 referee trios on Jan. 15.
All eyes are on France and Portugal ahead of the European Unions upcoming credit ratings agenda, which has been introduced to increase the transparency of much-criticized agencies
Ralph Fiennes, the Shakespearean British actor who made his debut behind the camera with 2011’s ‘Coriolanus,’ used a 1990 biography of Dickens as the basis for ‘The Invisible Woman’
The eurozone is finally set to return to growth in 2014 but the single currency bloc may not have put its crisis behind it as efforts to shore up its banks could boomerang.
A rescue for Italian flag carrier Alitalia inched forward on Dec 19 as the state postal service said it was taking part in a capital increase
Irish actor Peter O'Toole, the star of the 1962 Oscar-winning epic "Lawrence of Arabia," has died aged 81
Pope Francis Dec 5 set up a committee to fight child sex abuse in the Catholic Church
A bomb partially exploded near one of Belfast's main shopping malls late Nov 25 following a car hijacking