ANKARA (Reuters) - Retail prices in Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, dropped by 0.24 percent month-on-month in November, the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (ITO) said on Saturday. Wholesale prices in Istanbul, home to about a fifth of Turkey's population of 81 million, increased by 0.18 percent month-on-month in October, ITO said.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey will take action east of the Euphrates river in Syria and impose secure zones as it has done in the northwest of the country, President Tayyip Erdogan said in comments broadcast on Turkish media on Monday. Earlier this year, Turkey carried out a military operation to seize
18.632 individuals had been sacked incorporating 8,998 cops in the emergency decree, the Official Gazette said At the end of July, the emergency has been restored seven times BY: Middle East Affairs ANKARA: On Sunday, Turkish authorities requested the expulsion of in excess of 18,500 state representatives including cops, fighters and academics. Nearly
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey has suspended its migrant readmission deal with Greece, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was quoted as saying by state-run Anadolu agency, days after Greece released from prison four Turkish soldiers who fled there after a 2016 attempted coup. The four soldiers were released on Monday after an order
(AP/AFP) ANTALYA/BEIRUT: A roadmap agreed with Washington for the withdrawal of a US-backed Kurdish militia despised by Ankara from a flashpoint Syrian town will help rebuild trust between the two NATO allies, Turkey’s foreign minister said on Wednesday. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his Turkish counterpart Foreign Minister Mevlut