Turkey's Hayat Kimya invests $250 million to produce FMCG products in Binh Phuoc

Turkey's Hayat Kimya invests $250 million to produce FMCG products in Binh Phuoc 1

Hayat Kimya, a leading Turkish company in the FMCG industry, has made a $250 million investment in the southern province of Binh Phuoc.
UEFA considers 'all options' for Champions League format

UEFA considers 'all options' for Champions League format

PARIS: UEFA is studying "all the options" for the format of this season's interrupted Champions League, amid reports on Friday (May 29) that European football's governing body is considering moving the final from its scheduled venue in Istanbul.
EU considers taking in 1,500 child refugees in Greece: Germany

EU considers taking in 1,500 child refugees in Greece: Germany 1

The European Union is considering taking in up to 1,500 migrant children who are currently housed in Greek camps, Germany said Monday (Mar 9).
Greek islanders block migrant boat from landing

Greek islanders block migrant boat from landing

A group of local people on the Greek island of Lesbos on Sunday (Mar 1) stopped around 50 migrants, including children, from landing their boat after several hours at sea, AFP photographers witnessed.
Earthquake in Iran kills nine in neighbouring Turkey

Earthquake in Iran kills nine in neighbouring Turkey

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake in northwestern Iran on Sunday (Feb 23) killed at least nine people in neighbouring Turkey and injured dozens more on both sides of the border, authorities said.
One dead, more than 150 people injured in Turkey plane accident

One dead, more than 150 people injured in Turkey plane accident

One person died and 157 were injured when a plane carrying 177 people skidded off the runway at an Istanbul airport, caught fire and split into three after landing in rough weather on Wednesday (Feb 5).
Missing people in Turkey reappear after several months

Missing people in Turkey reappear after several months

News that a loved one was in custody would be unwelcome in most circumstances - but when the police called Sumeyye Yilmaz, she felt her prayers had been answered.
UEFA investigates Turkey for military salute in Euro qualifiers

UEFA investigates Turkey for military salute in Euro qualifiers

UEFA announced on Tuesday (Oct 15) that it is opening disciplinary proceedings against Turkey into "potential provocative political behaviour" by their players after making military salutes in their last two matches.
EU condemns Turkey over Syria, but no formal arms ban

EU condemns Turkey over Syria, but no formal arms ban

The EU on Monday (Oct 14) condemned Turkey's assault on Kurdish forces in northern Syria but stopped short of imposing a formal arms embargo, as urged by some countries.
Turkey bans rally for Kurdish MP on hunger strike

Turkey bans rally for Kurdish MP on hunger strike

DIYARBAKIR: Turkish police on Friday (Feb 15) prevented supporters from rallying outside the home of a pro-Kurdish lawmaker on hunger strike for 100 days.
At least two killed after building collapses in Turkey's Istanbul: Official

At least two killed after building collapses in Turkey's Istanbul: Official

ISTANBUL: At least two people were killed and six wounded after an eight-storey residential building collapsed in Istanbul on Wednesday (Feb 6), the governor's office said.
Trump advisor in Turkey for talks on Syria pullout

Trump advisor in Turkey for talks on Syria pullout

The White House's National Security advisor will meet with Ankara officials on Tuesday to discuss the surprise withdrawal of US troops from Syria, as the Turkish president hailed the pullout as "the right call".
Turkey, France spar over Khashoggi killing

Turkey, France spar over Khashoggi killing

Turkey on Monday (Nov 12) lashed out at "unacceptable" and "impertinent" comments by the French foreign minister who accused President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of playing a "political game" over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Migrant truck crash kills 22 in Turkey

Migrant truck crash kills 22 in Turkey

Twenty-two people, including children, died on Sunday (Oct 14) when a vehicle carrying migrants reportedly heading for EU member Greece plunged off the highway into a waterway in western Turkey.
Merkel, Erdogan vow to rebuild ties despite rifts

Merkel, Erdogan vow to rebuild ties despite rifts

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed on Friday (Sep 28) to rebuild strained relations after a two-year crisis despite remaining differences on civil rights and other issues.
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