With the international economic crisis continuing to bite, the Turkish government has announced it will be seeking to tap into the $1 trillion Islamic financial industry.
May 22, 2013
Syria crisis was number one issue during talks at White House, Turkish prime minister said
May 17, 2013
Greek authorities of the Eastern Macedonia and Thrace prefectures joined their Turkish counterparts in a meeting to deal with mosquito infestation on either side of Evros river,
May 15, 2013
A man was arrested and two are being sought for allegedly planning to assassinate Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew on May 29,
May 10, 2013
Turkey's prime minister is charging that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons against its people and has called on the U.S. to take stronger action, he told NBC News' Ann Curry in an exclusive interview Thursday.
May 10, 2013
The Turkish government has signed a deal with a Japanese-French consortium to build a new nuclear power station.
BBC: May 4, 2013
Turkey’s main opposition leader yesterday warned Greek Cyprus not to use its economic crisis as an excuse for the postponement of reunification talks.
Hurriyet Daily News: May 3, 2013
Greek Cyprus says that Turkish Cyprus should pay more than $1.3 billion electricity debt which is claimed unpaid for decades since the separation of the island into Turkish and Greek sides
Hurriyet Daily News: April 24, 2013
US Secretary of State John Kerry urged Turkey on Sunday to re-open Orthodox clergy schools near Istanbul that authorities have kept closed for more than 40 years.
eKathimerini: April 22, 2013
The Turkish government has created committees of so-called "wise people" made up of well-known personalities whose task is to explain ongoing efforts to end the fighting between the Kurdish rebel group the PKK and the Turkish state. The endeavor is proving controversial, though.
April 12, 2013