Category: GWYNNE DYER
Last Sunday was a busy day: three elections, in three different continents, all of them offering at least the hope of better times.
Moscow and Kiev clinched a deal that will guarantee that Russian gas exports flow into Ukraine and beyond to the EuUthroughout the winter despite their rivalry over the fighting in eastern Ukraine
Saipem 7000, the world’s second largest crane vessel, is currently passing through the Bosphorus on its way to Bulgaria to take part in the huge energy projects.
Swept along by the excitement as the Berlin Wall was torn down, former top Soviet officials now say, 25 years on, they feel stabbed in the back by the West.
Turkey remains one of most favored tourism destinations for Russian tourists, amid the growing flight network between the two countries and a concerted promotional campaign in Russia by the Turkish Tourism Ministry.
An outspoken Russian lawmaker behind a controversial anti-gay law on Friday called for Apple boss Tim Cook to be banned from entering the country after he became the first CEO of a major US company to reveal he is gay.
Russia may restart gas supply to Ukraine as soon as next week if Kiev pays $2.2 billion worth of debt and pre-payments, gas export monopoly Gazprom said on Friday, under a deal that is also vital to ensure deliveries to Europe.
'The Pussycat Riot' association plays the national anthems countries notorious for censoring Internet content
The Egyptian government’s expected move to not to renew its trade deal with Turkey will not hurt Turkey’s exports, and the decreasing trend in Turkey’s exports to Iraq will end soon, said Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci
A major exhibition on the Seljuks will be held at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art without loans from Turkey. Turkey is refusing to lend artifacts to leading British and American museums based on the issue of disputed antiquities
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
Just as we yesterday celebrated the 91st year of the foundation of the Turkish Republic, this year also marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War I, which brought an end to the Ottoman Empire.
Turkish warplanes have confronted Russian jets over the Black Sea, as NATO aircraft also tracked Russian strategic bombers over the Atlantic and sorties of fighters over the Baltic
European Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso said Thursday a deal to resolve a bitter Russia-Ukraine supply dispute was "within reach" as he urged the two sides to settle their differences.
World championship leader Lewis Hamilton will bid to divert attention from Formula One's looming financial crisis by seeking his fifth consecutive race win at this weekend's United States Grand Prix.
It was 100 years ago today that two Russian ports were bombarded by ships of the Imperial Ottoman Navy under a German commander
“The price of oil will hit its floor and it will rise again,” President Nicolas Maduro assured Venezuelans, whose shaky economy depends critically on a high oil price. “Venezuela will continue with its social plans. Venezuela will move forward.”
An unmanned Antares rocket exploded seconds after liftoff from a commercial launch pad inn Virginia, marking the first accident since NASA turned to private operators to deliver cargo to the ISS
Russia plans to recognise elections being organised next weekend by rebels in east Ukraine in defiance of the government in Kiev, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview
Former Total boss Christophe de Margerie, who died last week when his private jet crashed in Russia, was buried on Oct. 28 in a private family funeral in France.
Fusion power would not replace the 'renewables,' whose cost would probably fall fast enough to stay competitive. But it would rapidly replace the fossil fuels, mainly coal and gas
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