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Egyptian writers and political movements have called for a boycott of Turkish products in response to what they describe as “unjustified” attacks on Egypt by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Turkey’s president and prime minister held an unannounced midnight meeting Sept. 30, on the eve of the critical decisions the country will make regarding the fight against extremist jihadists in Iraq and Syria.
Parliament in Turkey is expected to discuss and vote on an authorization to send troops against Islamic State (IS) fighters.
Speaker Cemil Cicek explained Monday the government sought approval from the legislature before the Eid al-Adha holiday starting this weekend, Cihan news agency reports him as saying.
Having won its first two games and secured the top spot in its group, host Turkey plays Mozambique at the 2014 FIBA Women’s World Championship
Consumer confidence in Turkey improved in September, according to the country’s official statistics authority
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is having a Cabinet meeting today, Sept. 30, to discuss the latest situation on the borders with Iraq and Syria regarding the international fight against ISIL
The reassessment of Turkey’s credit rating would be a fair thing to do in light of the country's economic resilience against many challenging factors, the finance minister says
Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia have agreed on a gradual decrease of roaming charges for mobile communications.
The four countries will also demand from Brussels to consider changes to roaming prices for their citizens visiting the union, BGNES wire service quotes Serbia's Trade Minister Rasim Ljajic as saying.
BELGRADE - Belgrade will become a place of joy and creativity that children from across the globe will share with their peers and adults as part of the event titled "Joy of Europe" from October 2-5.
This year's event will be 45th in a row, and will start off with a carnival, meaning that participants will stage a walk through Belgrade's pedestrian zone.
Drugs, violence and racism would spread among the youth if Turkey’s compulsory religion course is abolished by the government, President Erdoğan claimed
Russia will continue its $22 billion nuclear energy investments in Turkey, Energy Minister Taner Yıldız has said.
Arab countries of the Persian Gulf is planning to ramp up emegrency power network capacity by 2019 and looking to link the grid to Egypt and Turkey.
Ali Babacan has told a World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Istanbul that Turkey sees the importance of 'networks for solidarity and cooperation' across the Middle East and North Africa