Latest News from Turkey
A laboratory in İzmir has started working to produce quantum dots to put Turkey on the nanoscience map
President Erdoğan says he is planning to carry out frequent visits to European capitals after Parliament reopens on Oct. 1 in a bid to accelerate Turkey’s European Union accession process
Turkey’s EU Minister Volkan Bozkır criticizes the concerns of an Ankara-based foreign diplomat over the recently passed Internet law, saying he has not received any criticism from EU diplomats
Bulgaria's Patriotic bloc has staged a protest against the Central Election Commission over the large number of polling stations in Turkey, Sunday.
Protesters suggest that there may be pre-electoral manipulations and claim that the votes in these stations may be crucial for the outcome of the early elections, Nova TV reports.
Turkey will make contributions to military efforts against the ISIL militants, as it is a NATO member and has geographical advantages, Pentagon Spokesperson John Kirby says.
As of now there is no signed agreement for the transit fees from the South Stream gas pipeline, Bulgaria's caretaker deputy PM Ekaterina Zaharieva told the bTV national channel.
"No matter how much South Stream would cost, we don't know if it will be profitable, as we don't know what the benefits for us will be", she said in a bTV talk show on Friday.
Family members of Turkey's late president Özal were wiretapped by prosecutors as suspects after his death, it has been revealed, rekindling the debate over the role of anonymous witnesses
Two of Turkey’s top ministers have once again clashed over Central Bank policies, after one expressed his discomfort at the perception of division within the government over the economy
Since the foundation of a “core coalition” including Turkey was announced at the NATO Summit last week, we are all wondering what this “coalition” means, what its mission will be and what is expected from Turkey.
Turkey provided $1.6 billion for aid last year, according to the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will join a meeting hosted by Turkey's top business group next week, in a possible sign of improved relations with the group
It was not a surprise that Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu declined to put his signature down on the document to commit Turkey in active military operations against the ISIL