Mindful of the potential second wave of coronavirus, the country is ready to kickstarting its economy. Here are key sectors that will resume work in the next three days.
Former US diplomat Matthew Bryza says US President Donald Trump can "learn something" from President Erdogan as Turkey planned ahead for the pandemic.
Turkey's Communications Director Fahrettin Altun pens article for The Washington Times on the country's fight against coronavirus, highlighting the government's reforms and investments in the health sector.
Two aid workers were killed and one wounded after PKK terrorists opened fire on social workers delivering aid amid the coronavirus outbreak on Thursday.
Starting with shopping malls that were closed for over a month, the country has entered the first phase of national reopening, following the advisories of health experts.
Senior citizens got the green light to leave their homes between 0800 GMT and 1200 GMT on Sunday, a period in which other age groups were under lockdown in 24 provinces, including Ankara and Istanbul.
Two reputed British media companies, the BBC and Sky News, were called out for spreading fake news about Turkish coronavirus aid to the UK.
Finance Minister Berat Albayrak says the total value of the support has reached 200 billion lira ($28.7 billion), as coronavirus lockdown endures and death toll rises to 2,600.
A strong public health care infrastructure, indigenous technology, and swift preemptive action have helped Turkish officials avoid scenarios similar to other countries.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on scheduled events, sporting fixtures, holidays and on the dreams of many betrothed couples too.
Millions of residents in Turkey's commercial and cultural hub are staying at home upon government advice, as officials set out plans to combat the coronavirus.
“NATO is in a critical period in which it should clearly show the alliance’s solidarity [with Turkey],” President Erdogan told reporters during a press conference alongside NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg.
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