Turkish authorities want Interpol arrest warrant for NBA basketball star Enes Kanter
Prosecutors in Turkey have requested an Interpol Red Notice for Enes Kanter, a basketball player for the New York Knicks, on the grounds of being involved in a terrorist organization. Kanter denies the charges.
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.
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."
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.
Turkey lowers reserve requirements for Lira, Dollar liabilities
Turkey's central bank is lowering its reserve requirements for the lira and for its dollar liabilities.
Turkey's meltdown ripples across emerging markets
Vishnu Varathan, head of economics and strategy at Mizuho Bank, discusses the crisis in Turkey and its impact across emerging markets.
A victim of Turkey's sweeping post-coup purge speaks out
After a failed 2016 coup, Turkey purged its military of thousands of soldiers. Military officers working at NATO headquarters in Brussels were recalled to Ankara for questioning and some arrested. DW meets a Turkish officer caught up in the purge.