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Turkey gradually resumes international air travel | Money Talks

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to tens of thousands of flight cancellations, as countries shut borders and airspaces to control the spread of the virus. People have been forced to drop holiday plans or even worse, left stranded away from their homes and families. But in the last month, some European countries have begun to ease restrictions on international air travel. And on Thursday, Turkey has followed suit. Shamim Chowdhury has more on the steps taken at Istanbul Airport to reopen the countries skies. #Turkey #InternationalFlights #EasedDistrictions

Turkey resumes domestic flights with normalization procedures

Turkey resumes domestic flights with normalization procedures

EU reopens borders to 15 countries except the US

EU reopens borders to 15 countries except the US

The busiest airports around the world | Money Talks

The busiest airports around the world | Money Talks

France reopens cafes and restaurants as lockdown eases

France reopens cafes and restaurants as lockdown eases

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank  | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion  | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

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