The Needs Map is a five-year-old website that aims to bring together those in need with those who can help. With the recent financial and infrastructural help of Mastercard Turkey, they are setting out on an ambitious project.
Turkey’s central bank scraps rule that nudged banks to ramp up cheap lending, a step analysts see as a positive shift.
China says its move comes in response to "substantive harm caused to the relevant domestic wine industry" while Australia expresses disappointment over new tariffs on its wine.
There is a growing consensus that the concentration of power in a small number of companies was curtailing growth, reducing innovation and having negative impacts on the people and businesses, says Britain's Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden.
Over 530 Turkish companies operate in Qatar where 179 Qatari companies do business in Turkey.
Battered by the coronavirus pandemic and struggling to convince governments to replace quarantines with testing, airlines turn to veteran IAG boss Willie Walsh to lead industry association IATA from next April.
As the coronavirus pandemic’s second wave hit countries around the world, the global airline sector will lose a total of $157 billion this year and next, the IATA said.
Speaking during a virtual meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Turkey's president said member states have been working on cooperating to solve economic problems for some time, but are yet to achieve the coordination they want.
The country's agency for protecting personal information found that the personal information of least 3.3M of the 18M Facebook users in South Korea were provided to operators other than Facebook without their knowledge.
Beijing lashed out at India after it banned another tranche of Chinese apps for national security reasons, the latest sore point between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.
Its rally this year has prompted some investors to claim the cryptocurrency could more than quintuple in price to as high as $100,000 in a year, drawing eye rolls from sceptics who say it is a purely speculative asset.
Researchers in Germany and France have reached a sobering calculation that US closures saved lives – at a high cost to economy.
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