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Islamic lender Bank Asya has dismissed a report that claimed the bank’s Islamic bond issuance had been blocked by Turkey’s capital markets watchdog.
Nihat Zeybekçi has denounced the blurring out of brand names and products in movies and television programs in the latest Cabinet meeting,
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is expected to visit Turkey late in May or early June, as the discussions on scheduling are still underway through diplomatic channels
President Abdullah Gül and PM Erdoğan held their first meeting to discuss upcoming presidential elections
Opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli said the government-proposed new electoral system may “fuel ethnic discrimination.”
Three historic artifacts have been unearthed by construction equipment in two villages of the southern province of Osmaniye, nside the archaeological site of the ancient city of Kastabala.
US President Barack Obama has once again avoided using the word ‘genocide’ in his remarks to commemorate the killings of Armenians in 1915
Turkey marked the 99th anniversary of the ground war of the Dardanelles campaign in Çanakkale with ceremonies
An air strike on a market on Thursday killed at least 25 people, including three children, in a village of the north Syrian province of Aleppo, a monitoring group said.
Turkey’s government is planning to facilitate the extension of tourist visas and residence permits of foreigners who buy properties in the country
The Central Bank decided to maintain three main interest rates in its policy meeting on April 24, vowing to keep up a tight monetary policy despite government pressure for a cut.
Ankara is waiting to gauge the reaction of Yerevan, the Armenian diaspora and Turkey’s Armenians
The phenomenon of “citizen jihadists” travelling to Syria has prompted European countries to take preventive measures as they try to stop them joining the civil war
American food and finance giant Cargill has acquired Turkish oleochemical company Alemdar Kimya to manufacture its vegetable-oil-based industrial products in Turkey
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that deployment of military in east Ukraine by the Kiev authorities was a crime against its own people that will “have consequences.”
President Francois Hollande will visit Georgia shortly, his foreign minister announced Thursday
Constitutional Court Head Haşim Kılıç said the body will expand the freedoms of citizens through the right of individual application
The couple demanded back half the price they paid for the holiday because of the prayer ‘noise’ in a western Turkish resort