Turkey: After election gains, Kurds fear Erdogan's reach
The HDP garnered good election results in Turkey's southeast. But the enthusiasm of the party's supporters is limited: They worry the ruling AKP could impose a government administrator on their communities once again.
Turkey's state news agency goes silent during elections
In the decisive hours after Turkey's recent municipal elections, the state news agency stopped publishing voting results. Critics believe the country's ruling party could be to blame for the silence.
Saudi Arabia, Turkey dell USD bonds
Saudi Arabia sold $7.5 billion of international bonds in the first test of how much damage of the Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi has inflicted on investor appetite.
World leaders call for lasting ceasefire for Syria
The leaders of Russia, Germany, France and Turkey stressed the importance on Saturday of a lasting ceasefire in Syria, and said a committee to create a new constitution should meet by the end of the year.
Turkey in much better position after Khashoggi death, Ian Bremmer says
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president and author of "Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism," discusses the top geopolitical issues impacting markets with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
U.S. Pastor Brunson freed from Turkish prison on time served
U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson has been set free by a Turkish court on time served after spending two years in prison.
Turkish Red Crescent aids desperate refugees in Idlib
Turkey has taken in more Syrian refugees than any other country. Now it has built a wall to keep any more from crossing the border, and is trying to help them on the Syrian side instead. That job has fallen to aid organizations like the Red Crescent.
Trump says U.S. won't pay Turkey for Pastor's release
Donald Trump is once again turning the heat on Turkey with the detention of an American pastor. He has tweeted the United States will pay nothing for the release of an innocent man after the White House confirmed it has prepared to impose more sanctions.
U.S. Decoupling From the Rest of the World
Turkey's currency crisis, trade fears and other geopolitical tensions sent European banks, EM equities and copper to bear territory this week. But the U.S. remained unscathed. U.S. equity bulls shrugged off a slew of market routs elsewhere to see no end to the SPX's decoupling impulse.