For decades Azerbaijan denounced Armenian irredentism. Now it is advancing expansionary territorial claims of its own as it seeks to impose peace on its terms.
Ankara prosecutor investigating social media postings. Broadcasting watchdog warns TV stations about airing reports impacting morale of firefighters and public.
Online groceries delivery player has followed an aggressive expansion strategy that has this year taken it to London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Paris.
Some analysts now see prospect of rate cuts during remainder of year as off the table.
Turks stunned to find country has no firefighting planes. Presidential aide appears tone deaf as he gripes #HelpTurkey campaign is meant to make the state look “incapable”.
Coronavirus cases are, however, again on the rise. Analysts fear growth plans could once more be hindered.
More than half of 2.3mn used cars that changed hands in January to June were more than 10 years-old, while 82% were older than five years-old.
Heat intensity of infernos measured with satellite data reportedly four times higher than anything on record for the nation.
Orthodox Christian priests participated in riot that caused cancellation of Tbilisi Pride, but research suggests homophobia is prevalent throughout Georgian society. Turkey ranked second most homophobic.
The remarks earned the country’s senior Islamic official a rebuke from a senior adviser to Turkey’s president and a smear campaign in Azerbaijani pro-government media.
The EU on 14 July unveiled the details of its proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, which aims to protect EU CO2 emitters from carbon leakage by making exporters to the EU market pay for the CO2 they produce.
Announcement of impending regulation comes amid smear campaign against outlets receiving financial support from US-based Chrest Foundation.
Merkel remarks that she “wants close relations with Ankara, but does not anticipate Turkey's accession to the EU”.
Erdogan administration has in fact held on to emergency regime powers ever since the failed July 2016 coup attempt. Yet a lot of reporting on the country fails to take that into account.
New acting appointee dismisses outspoken academic and declines to approve autumn semester classes that were to be taught by a dissident lecturer. Demonstrations at university are continuing.
The world’s largest global debt and equity investors are continuing to invest in renewable energy despite the pandemic, driven by the wealth of investment opportunities, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis said.
Ashgabat has great confidence these days in its Europe-bound exports. Plus, a mysterious tragedy on the Afghan border. Eurasianet's weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
If creditors covering 2/3 of a syndicated loan agree to a restructuring with the debtor, the other creditors can be obliged to go along with the deal. Forbearance measures, meanwhile, make it impossible to track lending to Turkish real sector.
Campaigners, who say such waste is being dumped and burned, say it is concerning Turkish government has so quickly succumbed to industry lobbying.
Studies detect shifts in precipitation patterns in the Tian Shan mountains that supply region with much of its freshwater.