President Erdogan met Nigerian counterpart Buhari at the Presidential Palace in Abuja, with both leaders vowing to deepen ties and cooperation.
Emine Erdogan received the Global Goals Action Award from the UN Development Programme for the country's zero waste project that she has led since 2017.
Two-year-old Turkish twins Yigit and Derman have returned home to Turkey after undergoing a successful separation operation in London thanks to support from Turkey's government.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan together with his Cabinet members welcomed the Turkish president, accompanied by a high-level delegation, at Nur Khan Air Base.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony in Istanbul, TRT Director-General Ibrahim Eren says "Against the current world order, 'The world is greater than five' is said louder every day."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived at the White House to hold a meeting with US President Donald Trump as well as select senators, a meeting set to focus on bilateral relations and foreign policy issues, including Syria.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his US counterpart Donald Trump are to hold a bilateral meeting at the White House on Wednesday followed by a joint press conference.
Sule Yuksel Senler played a key role in reintroducing the headscarf to Turkish life, popularising it in urban settings, while defying the country's ruling elite that championed hardline ‘secularist’ causes.
As the guest of honour of the World Health Organization (WHO), Turkey's first lady Emine Erdogan is set to speak about women's and children's health at a panel discussion in Geneva.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum's panel in Jordan, Turkey’s First Lady Emine Erdogan underlined that the world has to give up disposable products and prevent waste.
Retailers began charging for plastic bags on January 1 with aim of reducing the volume of non-recyclable waste in the country where around 30-35 billion plastic bags are used annually.
Starting Tuesday January 1, all retailers in Turkey will begin selling plastic bags for 0.25 Turkish liras ($0.05) each. Meanwhile, South Korea has banned supermarkets and retailers from using disposable plastic bags.
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