Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Social movements and popular protests organized around them against government policies have become a part of global politics since the Occupy Wall Street movement.
ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest producer of steel, will cut 2,800 jobs at its Mexico unit as global prices slump, it said in a joint statement with local competitors on July 1, while accusing Russia, China and Turkey of dumping steel on markets at levels below production costs.
Turkey and Russia’s Gazprom are likely to finalize a deal on natural gas prices by mid-July, Turkish officials told Reuters, after Ankara warned last week it could seek international arbitration if they failed to agree
Russia said on July 2 a new U.S. military strategy was confrontational and would not help improve relations with Moscow, strained by the crisis in Ukraine
Russia on July 2 criticised proposed changes to Ukraine's constitution, saying Kiev authorities "absolutely" ignored the demands put forward by Moscow-aligned separatists.
Iran and six major powers gave themselves until July 7 to clinch a historic nuclear deal after a deadline to end marathon talks passed as the clock struck July 1, with no breakthrough in sight
Ukraine announced on June 30 the immediate suspension of all Russian gas purchases after EU-mediated negotiations aimed at keeping supplies running for at least three more months broke down.
China's parliament ratified an agreement with the world's largest emerging nations on July 1 to create a new development bank, state news agency Xinhua reported.
A move in Russia to review the legality of a 1991 decision formally granting Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia independence from the Soviet Union has alarmed the Baltic States and stoked tensions in ties with Moscow.
The fledgling group of MIKTA, which includes Mexico, Indonesia, Republic of Korea (ROK), Turkey and Australia, nations broke new ground July 1, with the first meeting of their parliamentary leaders in the South Korean capital.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Everything seems surreal in the Turkish capital nowadays
Turkey’s exports declined by 18.8 percent to $11.1 billion and imports by 14.4 percent to $17.8 billion in May, compared to the same month of the previous year, according to data from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK)
Category: YUSUF KANLI
There are many aspects of the Cyprus problem. It is neither just a property or refugee is-sue, nor a territory matter
Category: ERTUĞRUL ÖZKÖK
There is an important development that will vitally affect the future of our children and grandchildren
There was a time when visits to Ankara were frequent for anyone in the Georgian Foreign Ministry
Any violation of a U.N. member country’s territorial integrity would destroy Turkey’s capacity to maintain peace and stability in Syria, Iran’s ambassador to Turkey, Ali Reza Bikdeli, said
Some 10,000 protesters rallied in the Armenian capital on June 28, defying police threats to forcefully break up the demonstration against the government's controversial move to hike electricity prices.
Countries from five continents formally signed up on June 29 to the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank -- a potential rival to the Washington-based World Bank -- as Beijing steps up its global diplomatic and economic role.
Iran is backtracking from an interim nuclear agreement with world powers three months ago, Western officials suggested on June 28, as U.S. and Iranian officials said talks on a final accord would likely run past a June 30 deadline.
An increase in the number of German tourists coming to Turkey helped offset a dramatic decline in the number of overseas visitors to the country during the first five months of 2015, according to data from the Tourism Ministry.
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