The 6,000-km railway project that will connect Xinjiang to Eastern Europe via Turkey needs further negotiations, China Daily reports
The memory of late Kyrgyz writer Chingiz Aitmatov was honored in Ankara as Kyrgyzstan’s president and senior governmental officials from Turkey attended the opening of monument.
The United States on Tuesday shut its airforce base in Kyrgyzstan that had been the main transit hub for troops going to Afghanistan, a move expected to boost Russia's influence in Central Asia.
Prominent Constitutional Law Professor and one-time AKP ally Özbudun criticized the current stance of the Turkish gov't
A senior Russian lawmaker has proposed to establish a domestic digital computer network which would be named Cheburashka, Russia’s answer to Mickey Mouse
Kyrgyzstan's President Almazbek Atambayev accepted the government's resignation on Wednesday
Intelligence checks on the 153 Chinese passengers aboard a missing Malaysian airliner produced no red flags, China said
The economic problems in the former communist countries lead political fragilities to escalate within nations, having a spillover effect on Turkey
The plane was cleared after officials discovered it was only carrying blankets
The Marmaray project is not only a project for Turkey, but for all Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) members, said Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has again opened up the debate on Turkey’s membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
Turkey’s foreign aid for development projects, ranging from building schools to providing clean water in 121 countries, reached $3.4 billion in 2012
Coca-Cola İçecek (CCI) has announced its new CEO is to be Burak Başarır as of Jan. 1, 2014
The state of Romania has presented Dr. Akkan Suver with an honorary degree for his contribution to peace-building
Ankara’s Deputy Governor, Şentürk Uzun, have been appointed as the country’s new ambassador to Ghana in West Africa.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned ex-Soviet allies on Monday that Islamist militancy fuelling the war in Syria could reach their countries, some of which have Muslim majorities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin Sept.13 said the global community should welcome Syria's decision to join a ban on chemical weapons
Russian President Vladimir Putin will offer to supply Iran S-300 air defence missile systems as well as build a second reactor at the Bushehr nuclear plant
Turkey naturalized 92 foreign sportspersons through 2006-2013, Interior Minister Muammer Güler has announced in response to a motion submitted by an opposition deputy.
A total of 1071 young men named Alparslan from across Turkey gathered in the Malazgirt district of the eastern province of Muş to mark the Battle of Manzikert
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