Russia, Ukraine and the EU began crunch gas talks on Oct. 21 to resolve a bitter price dispute and end fears that Moscow could halt crucial energy supplies to Europe this winter.
Turkey’s Central Bank has said it will begin paying interest on financial institutions’ lira required reserves from November in a bid to support growth and domestic savings
Turkey and Azerbaijan have learned from past crises, which have strengthened their relationship, Azerbaijani academic Elhur Soltanov tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Press TV has described the accident in which its Lebanese-American reporter Shim died near Turkey's border with Syria as 'suspicious'
Attacks committed by ISIL have had a negative effect on energy projects around Kirkuk and Mosul, but oil shipments from Iraq have experienced no problems so far, Minister Yıldız says
Sweden beefed up its military presence in the Stockholm archipelago on Saturday to scour its waters for "foreign underwater activity", a mobilisation of Swedish ships, troops and helicopters unseen since the Cold War.
Ukraine and Russia stood on the verge of resolving their latest gas war in time to keep the war-scarred nation and EU clients warm through the winter months.
European leaders expressed hope Friday of solving the bloody Ukraine conflict following "positive" talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, only for the Kremlin to berate them as out of touch with reality.
President Vladimir Putin accused his US counterpart Barack Obama of a hostile approach towards Russia, warning in a Cold War-style tirade that Moscow would not be blackmailed by the West over Ukraine.
Spain and New Zealand have been elected to the UN Security Council, defeating Turkey for the temporary seat in a vote at the General Assembly
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Turkey is going through difficult times, said Finance Minister Mehmet Şimek, adding the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has hurt Turkey’s trade routes and export market for some time.
Turkey must reform its economy to get back to high growth, Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek said on Oct. 15
The Turkish man who is suspected of killing a Chechen leader in Turkey last year has been detained and confessed to the murder, claiming that “pro-Russian Chechens” had made him shoot the victim.
The European Union told Belgrade on Tuesday it should prove its credentials as a future member during an upcoming visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Serbia, a historic Moscow ally.
US Secretary of State John Kerry was meeting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to press the former military leader to adopt greater democratic reforms
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered to pull thousands of troops from the border with Ukraine, the Kremlin said ahead of key talks on a fragile truce in the ex-Soviet country
Coach Vicente del Bosque denied Spain were caught in a downward spiral after the holders slumped to a shock 2-1 defeat in Slovakia in Euro 2016 Group C qualifying on Oct. 9.
Fundraising to begin building the subsea stretch of the South Stream gas pipeline from Russia across the Black Sea has been postponed until the first quarter of 2015
Authorities in Belarus have detained and punished dozens of Ukrainian and Belarussian football fans for singing a chant insulting Russian President Vladimir Putin at an international match.
Denizbank General Manager Ateş’s efforts to convince US officials, including Secretary of Commerce Pritzker, bear fruit as Washington lifts sanctions on the lender related to Russia
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