Erdogan: Turkey 'won't back down' in Mediterranean drilling row
Tensions between Greece and Turkey have risen in the past week after Turkey sent a ship to map out possible energy sites in disputed territory. Leader Erdogan said he doesn't intend to respond to threats or sanctions.
FG 774,000 jobs: NASS orders suspension of recruitment exercise, Global tourism may lose up to $3.3tn and more
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Turkish opposition candidate confirmed winner of Istanbul mayoral race
The result had been under review after President Erdogan and his AKP party cried foul. The president has called for a rerun of the vote, yet it is unclear if the election board will accede to that wish.
Russia and Turkey promise coordination in Syria
Despite very different views of the Syrian conflict, Presidents Putin and Erdogan have met to discuss regional stability in Moscow. Both want to prevent a power vacuum after the US troop withdrawal.
Erdogan buying time and won't avoid crisis
Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics senior fellow, discusses collapse of the Turkish lira with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Kevin Cirilli on "Bloomberg Markets
Erdogan pledges to honour little girl with flag if she is 'martyred'
Erdogan pledges to honour little girl with flag if she is 'martyred'.
Turkey's President Erdogan defends government action
Turkey's president has told the US and European Union to 'mind their own business'. Recep Tayyip Erdogan was reacting to Western alarm about large-scale action against people suspected of being involved in the failed coup.
Turkey rounds up thousands after failed coup
Turkish authorities are rounding up thousands of people following the failed coup. Among the suspects are high ranking generals, including President Erdogan's former military affairs assistant.