Turkey court keeps Austrian student in jail on terror charges

Turkey court keeps Austrian student in jail on terror charges

A Turkish court ordered an Austrian student and journalist to be kept in jail ahead of a trial on terror charges following his detention last week, his lawyer said on Friday (Sep 21).
Neuville takes 'leap into the unknown' in Rally Turkey

Neuville takes 'leap into the unknown' in Rally Turkey

The World Rally Championship leaders will be battling on unfamiliar terrain as the competition returns to Turkey after an eight year break.
Turkey hikes tax on forex deposits to prop up lira

Turkey hikes tax on forex deposits to prop up lira

Turkey on Friday (Aug 31) raised tax on foreign currency deposits in a bid to prop up the tumbling lira, in a presidential decision published in the official gazette.
Qatar's emir travels to crisis-hit Turkey in show of support

Qatar's emir travels to crisis-hit Turkey in show of support

The emir of wealthy Qatar flew to Turkey on Wednesday (Aug 15) to meet close ally President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an apparent show of support as Ankara grapples with a currency crisis.
Erdogan says Turkey to boycott US electronic goods

Erdogan says Turkey to boycott US electronic goods

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday (Aug 14) said Turkey would boycott US electronic goods like the iPhone in retaliation for punitive sanctions from Washington, as the Turkish lira finally clawed back some of the ground lost in its stand-off with Washington.
Foreign tourists get surprise bonanza from Turkey woes

Foreign tourists get surprise bonanza from Turkey woes

The collapse of the Turkish lira has caused trauma as Turks see their purchasing power slashed, but bargain-hunting foreign tourists visiting the country at the peak of the summer season are cashing in on a currency windfall.
Death toll rises to 24 in Turkey train derailment: Deputy PM

Death toll rises to 24 in Turkey train derailment: Deputy PM

Twenty-four people were killed when a train derailed in northwest Turkey this weekend, Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag said on Monday (Jul 9), a sharp jump from the previous toll of 10.
Turkey detains students after Erdogan's 'terrorist' rebuke

Turkey detains students after Erdogan's 'terrorist' rebuke

Turkish police on Sunday were holding seven students from a prestigious Istanbul university after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused them of behaving like "terrorists" for staging an action opposing his military campaign in Syria.
NATO, US, EU warn Turkey on coup crackdown

NATO, US, EU warn Turkey on coup crackdown

BRUSSELS: The United States, the European Union and NATO on Monday (Jul 18) warned Turkey to respect the rule of law after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government launched a massive crackdown following the failed coup.
Turkey accepts foreign aid for quake: source

Turkey accepts foreign aid for quake: source

Turkey will accept foreign aid, including from Israel, to cope with a major earthquake that has left 459 people dead, a diplomatic source said Wednesday.
Promoting business cooperation between Vietnam and Turkey

Promoting business cooperation between Vietnam and Turkey

Vice State President Nguyen Thi Doan participated in a forum on business cooperation between Vietnam and Turkey in Istanbul on May 6, while she was attending the 21st Global Summit of Women (GSW).
Firms look for Turkish delight

Firms look for Turkish delight

Business relations between Turkey and Vietnam are set to climb.
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