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Turkey arrests 2 more journalists on terrorism charges

Turkey arrests 2 more journalists on terrorism charges

Sadiye Eser and Sadık Topaloğlu, two reporters for the Mezopotamya news agency, have been arrested on terrorism charges, the agency…
Cyprus petitions international court to safeguard offshore mineral rights: report

Cyprus petitions international court to safeguard offshore mineral rights: report

Cyprus has petitioned the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague to safeguard its offshore mineral rights, its president…
Turkey’s banking watchdog eases rules on $8 mln in debt: report

Turkey’s banking watchdog eases rules on $8 mln in debt: report

Turkey’s banking regulator has eased measures on how banks classify credit to once-troubled companies, helping lenders to potentially avoid adding…
Turkey’s first nuclear plant delayed by funding problems – energy expert

Turkey’s first nuclear plant delayed by funding problems – energy expert

Completion of Turkey’s first nuclear power station is likely to be delayed as the Russian company building it is struggling…
What the Kurds want in Turkey and Syria

What the Kurds want in Turkey and Syria

After playing a key role in the fight against the Islamic State, Kurdish organisations from Syria and Turkey have gained…
Turkey cancels press cards of more than 680 journalists since failed coup

Turkey cancels press cards of more than 680 journalists since failed coup

The Turkish government has cancelled the press credentials of 685 journalists since the July 2016 failed coup over links to…
At least “500 terrorists” still in Turkey, says Turkish interior minister: report

At least “500 terrorists” still in Turkey, says Turkish interior minister: report

Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said at a gendarmerie command meeting on Wednesday that at least 500 Kurdistan Workers’ Party…
Will Trump back Erdoğan at NATO Summit?

Will Trump back Erdoğan at NATO Summit?

Thursday was the day of Thanksgiving in the United States, and a week before the two-day NATO summit begins in…
Prosecutor demands terror conviction for Amnesty’s honorary Turkey chairman

Prosecutor demands terror conviction for Amnesty’s honorary Turkey chairman

Prosecutors on Wednesday called for Amnesty International’s honorary Turkey chairman to be convicted of membership in a terrorist group, meaning…
Turkey’s central bank to boost lending in specific sectors: report

Turkey’s central bank to boost lending in specific sectors: report

Turkey’s central bank is set to adjust a tool it introduced this summer to boost lending in specific sectors of…
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