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Turkey aims to boost energy exports | Money Talks

Turkey's energy capacity has nearly tripled over the past two decades. It's more than enough to power homes, businesses and factories across the country. And as Mobin Nasir reports, now Turkey wants to sell energy to other nations and use it to power vehicles. #Turkey #Energy # ElectricVehicles

Turkey looking to diversify energy mix | Money Talks

Turkey looking to diversify energy mix | Money Talks

International Energy Agency wants nuclear back in global energy debate | Money Talks

International Energy Agency wants nuclear back in global energy debate | Money Talks

One On One: Alparslan Bayraktar, Turkish Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources

One On One: Alparslan Bayraktar, Turkish Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources

Renewables help bridge Africa's energy deficit | Money Talks

Renewables help bridge Africa's energy deficit | Money Talks

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How do countries become NATO members?

What is monkeypox?

What is monkeypox?

Canadians in Quebec protest against French-language bill

Canadians in Quebec protest against French-language bill

AI programme that can turn anything you imagine into an illustration

AI programme that can turn anything you imagine into an illustration

Türkiye condemns US decision to lift sanctions in YPG-controlled areas in northern Syria

Türkiye condemns US decision to lift sanctions in YPG-controlled areas in northern Syria

Dozens of burial sites uncovered at US boarding schools for Indigenous children

Dozens of burial sites uncovered at US boarding schools for Indigenous children

Elon Musk’s Chinese doppelganger

Elon Musk’s Chinese doppelganger

How colonialism has shaped France’s relationship with the headscarf

How colonialism has shaped France’s relationship with the headscarf

Irish MP calls out Israel’s actions on Palestinian territory

Irish MP calls out Israel’s actions on Palestinian territory

Israel’s narrative of Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing under scrutiny

Israel’s narrative of Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing under scrutiny

Friends and family react to killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

Friends and family react to killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

Politically motivated crimes in Germany surged to record high in 2021

Politically motivated crimes in Germany surged to record high in 2021

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