Turkey’s double digit inflation will go back to single digits

By: Middle East Affairs Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was quoted as saying by Hurriyet newspaper. He said: "Turkey's double digit inflation, which hit close to 18 percent last month, will go back to single digits and Turkey will get through this period." It should be noted that inflation hopped 17.9 percent year-on-year

Turkey’s energy regulator will raise electricity prices by 14 percent

By: Middle East Affairs According to official figures,Turkey's energy controller has raised power costs by 14 percent for modern utilize and 9 percent for private use for the second in a row month, a move liable to additionally feed double-digit inflation. The hikes reflect the impact of Turkey's currency crisis, which has

24 people were killed when a train derailed in northwest Turkey

The train was going from the Edirne region to Istanbul’s Halkali station with more that 360 individuals on board, when six of its carriages derailed in the Tekirdag region In view of substantial downpours, the ground beneath the rails subsided away, causing the train to derail BY: Middle East Affairs ISTANBUL:

Erdogan pledges to amend animal rights law

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish police have arrested a man suspected of torturing a puppy after shocking images emerged online of the maimed animal in a case that has outraged the country and grabbed the political agenda ahead of next week's elections. The puppy, whose four paws and tail had been cut