73 journalists remained behind bars in Turkey, according to the CPJ's latest press freedom report, while Azerbaijan, Iran and Russia also got dishonourable mentions.
Ongoing New York trial hears from Huseyin Korkmaz who fled to US with cache of evidence gathered by original Turkish investigation into Reza Zarrab’s money laundering scheme.
With an injunction to ‘fix it or nix it’, the US president sent the issue to senators, but they have opted to let the deadline for action pass, meaning the matter will now once more go to the Oval Office.
Having announced he is running for re-election, Russian president seems intent on selling a plan to establish something like Russia’s Soviet-era leadership in the Middle East.
Visiting UK foreign secretary told even the banking obstacles obstructing Iran’s London embassy have not been solved.
Prosecutors ordered to make move as part of investigation of gold trader who at a trial in New York has implicated Turkey's President Erdogan while describing a complex money laundering scheme to a jury.
Joint Iranian and Indian investment triples capacity of Iran's only oceanic port as India looks to bypass Pakistan with new trading routes.
Turkish-Iranian gold trader who has turned prosecution witness links Turkish president to gold-for-Iranian-oil plot.
Case that has roiled Turkish markets gets under way in New York with testimony that a former Turkey economy minister received more than $50mn in bribes.
Turkey's markets on edge as businessman prepares to tell story of involvement of government and Halkbank officials in multi-billion-dollar money laundering scheme.
Just 185 of 1,750 Chieftain tanks paid for upfront were ever delivered because the Islamic Revolution led to an arms supplies ban. MP described UK's approach to debt as “un-British”.