US Fed chair admits recession a ‘possibility’
The United States economy remains strong but a series of aggressive rate hikes meant to cool soaring inflation could eventually trigger a recession, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has cautioned.
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Great expectations from the Mitsotakis – Draghi dinner
A day before the EU Summit, Athens, turns its attention to Rome, focusing on the dinner Mario Draghi has invited the Greek PM to on Wednesday night. Government sources describe the Italian prime minister's table with his Greek counterpart as a one-on-one meeting that will help build closer relations.
Greek-Turkish relations on the table
Türkiye boosts diplomatic efforts to establish food corridor
Türkiye has seemingly accelerated its diplomatic efforts for making a food corridor from Ukraine to the world markets possible under a plan crafted by the United Nations. While a military delegation is holding talks with their Russian counterparts in Moscow, Türkiye will host defense and foreign secretaries of the United Kingdom on June 23 in the Turkish capital.
Turkish Journalists Urge Govt to Drop Disinformation Law
Von der Leyen: Reducing Heating in Europe by 2 Degrees will Replace Nord Stream Supplies
"Reducing home heating temperatures in Europe by 2 degrees would make it possible to replace gas supplies through the Nord Stream gas pipeline". This opinion was expressed by the President of the European Commission (EC) Ursula von der Leyen in an interview with the Spanish newspaper elDiario.
‘It always wins’: North Korea may declare COVID-19 victory
It's only been a month since North Korea acknowledged having a COVID-19 outbreak, after steadfastly denying any cases for more than two years. But already it may be preparing to declare victory.
Israel to dissolve parliament, call 5th election in 3 years
Israel's weakened coalition government announced Monday that it would dissolve parliament and call new elections, setting the stage for the possible return to power of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or another period of prolonged political gridlock.
Erdoğan, UN chief discuss initiatives to end crisis caused by Russia-Ukraine war
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and U.N. secretary-general on June 20 spoke over phone and discussed initiatives aimed at resolving the ongoing crisis caused by the Russia-Ukraine war, Türkiye's Communications Directorate said in a statement.
The call addressed the initiatives aimed at resolving the ongoing crisis caused by the Russia-Ukraine war, according to the statement.
Türkiye says NATO summit ’not the deadline’ for Finland, Sweden talks
The negotiations on Finland's and Sweden's NATO membership bids will continue, and the forthcoming summit in Madrid is not an endpoint, Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın said on June 20.
WHO: Don't Stop Worrying about the COVID-19 Pandemic, there is Risk of New Variants
The Secretary-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned the countries of the world not to be complacent about the COVID-19 pandemic because the risk of dangerous new variants has not disappeared, DPA reported.