Abdallah Hamdok says $10bn in direct aid and foreign currency reserves are needed to help the economy recover after recent political instability.
In a letter, the Turkish defence minister called for mutual respect and friendship after the US backtracked on offering F-35 training to pilots in response to Turkey purchasing Russian-made S-400 defence systems.
Experts say Iran and its adversaries could benefit from the ongoing naval escalation and also question the timing of Thursday's attacks on oil tankers as Japan's PM Shinzo Abe was having a meeting with Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
Riyadh and Abu Dhabi are trying to sure up support in Sudan, amid ongoing instability. Does their political and financial lobbying present a threat to Turkish investments?
Despite huge investments in transportation infrastructure in recent years, traffic and transport top the agenda for both politicians and voters.
As the country's Brexit plan stands, its departure from the EU could have both positive and negative implications.
Iran has a wide variety of ballistic missile rockets and the Shia-majority country is using them as a trump card against hostile countries such as Israel and the US.
As the US government reopens on Monday, after a five-week shutdown, S&P Global Ratings says the move has caused the loss of $6 billion to the US economy.
After Saudi Arabia pledges to take over funding the reconstruction of Syria from the US, the Assad regime invites Riyad's archrival Iran to rebuild the war-torn country.
Except for Qatar, the oil producing gulf countries are adamant on raising oil prices to fill budget deficits.
The Russian economy’s dependence on oil and gas exports makes it vulnerable to fluctuating prices.
The global market for mercenaries and private military contractors is worth more than $100 billion, and the lines that differentiate the two are blurry.
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