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Turkey’s current $11,000 GDP per capita will rise to $25,000 by 2023 if the country swiftly adopts the presidential system, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said
Turkey and Russia have principally agreed on the visit to Crimea, but talks are still ongoing regarding the delegation’s route plan and the timing of the visit
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has told France 24 that Turkey supports the Saudi-led mission to rout Shiite rebels in Yemen and said ground troops will be needed to defeat ISIL in Iraq. 'Iran and the terrorist groups must withdraw,' he said.
U.S. President Obama spoke with Turkish President Erdoğan on March 26 about pressing issues in the Middle East, including the crisis in Yemen
A Turkish NGO has called for more women to stand for parliament in the upcoming general election, stating that “equal representation is a precondition of democracy.”
Two cartoonists for the popular satirical weekly Penguen have been jailed to 11 months in prison, over a satirical piece on free speech in which they were convicted of including a 'ball-shaped hand gesture insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.'
Increasing pollution in the Manavgat River in Turkey’s southern touristic hub of Antalya has drawn reaction from tourism professionals working in the region, including the head of the city’s tourism group, who called it a “dump river.”
A businessman has bought the minibus in which university student Özgecan Aslan was murdered, offering to burn it. However, the victim's father has another plan
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