Latest News from Turkey
Since last December, Turkey has been shaken by the “corruption investigation” opened against four ministers and other prominent figures close to the government.
The government aims to turn Turkey into a 'semi-open prison with its contentious new security code, CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu said
Turkey could become a natural gas hub with its LNG terminals at the border of Greece and Bulgaria, according to an official from BOTAŞ, Turkey’s state-run gas pipeline company.
Turkey will not be able to reach its ambitious economic targets for the year 2023 without concentrating on value-added production and R&D activities, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has said.
The ECHR rules that Turkey violated Article 10 and Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, on freedom of expression and the right to free elections
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has said Iraqi Kurdish security forces, the Peshmerga, have yet to cross into Syria via Turkey to help defend Kobane against ISIL. ‘Talks about their route are continuing. We won’t publicize any details until they are finalized,’ he added
A third suspected Coronavirus, also referred to as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), patient was identified in Turkey’s southern Adana province, health officials said Oct. 21.
Over 300 Turkish companies are currently active in Kosovo and playing a great role in the post-conflict reconstruction, the country’s envoy to Turkey has said
Turkey has a number of advantages that make it attractive for investors, including its young population, high growth potential, and rich entrepreneurial culture, the World Bank’s Turkey Director Martin Raiser has said
Erdoğan has defended Turkey’s press freedom record by pointing to the 16 journalists killed in Gaza
Turkey on Oct. 21 launched a new operation to arrest top police officers suspected of involvement in illegal eavesdropping on senior officials, including President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Turkey’s world renowned pianist and composer Fazıl Say has claimed that his pieces have been removed from the program of the Culture and Tourism Ministry’s Presidential Symphony Orchestra
The legendary 'Death Warrant' actor is looking for a 'building warrant' in Turkey
Protesters covering their faces in Turkey will be arrested, and using Molotov cocktails will be considered equal to bombing, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has announced.
"For every burned or damaged car I will send 10 armored vehicles with tear gas and water cannons against the vandals," local media quoted Davutoglu as saying Tuesday.
Questions over Turkey’s release of the shooting suspect of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013 have not been resolved, Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt has said