Turkey has been praised by foreign observers and the World Health Organization for its speedy and thorough response to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the WHO warns, it should not become complacent and must remain vigilant to continue its success
Turkey's President Erdogan says Ankara is not seeking any "adventures" in the region, as France sends two fighter jets and naval frigate 'Lafayette' to increase military presence in the increasingly tense region.
Turkey's Finance Minister Berat Albayrak says the country's economy is expected to grow "between -2 percent and +1 percent this year, above the world average."
Turkey's Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said Ankara wants to resolve the issue of eastern Medeastern with Greece. "We side with international law, good neighbourliness and dialogue," he added.
Airports Council International's health accreditation programme assists airports by assessing new health measures and procedures introduced as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shuttering minority schools is part of Greece's “assimilation and oppression” policy that it continues to follow for decades against the Turkish minority in Western Thrace, Turkey's foreign ministry said.
Gulsin Onay wears many hats: she is a state artist and a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, a Bilkent University Artist in Residence and has also been Bodrum’s Gumusluk Festival’s artistic consultant since its inception in 2004.
Both Greece and Turkey have warships in the eastern Mediterranean after Ankara sent a research vessel to carry out seismic research for energy resources in an area that it says is on its continental shelf.
Ozturk Sarica, a vet and coordinator of Lisinia, a nature park, wildlife rehab centre and a lavender plantation in a village in Turkey’s Burdur province, talks to TRT World about what he is trying to achieve with his small team and big dreams.
Ankara accuses Greece of pursuing maximalist policies in the Eastern Mediterranean and underlines that its maritime claims violate Turkey’s sovereign rights.
The advisory issued by the Turkish navy's office of navigation covers an area south of Turkey's Antalya and west of Cyprus and will be in effect between August 10 to 23.
The bike path in Hatay province had been in the works for five decades, according to Hatay governor Rahmi Dogan. Today, this landmark connects the towns of Samandag and Arsuz.
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