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Turkey to use agricultural potential to fullest

ISTANBUL  Turkey will use its agricultural potential to the fullest as it saw the benefits of self-sufficiency during the pandemic, according to the country's president on Friday. “The first three sections...

Turkey tries 20 Saudis in absentia in Khashoggi case

ISTANBUL A Turkish court on Friday began trying 20 Saudi nationals in absentia over the 2018 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul. Khashoggi was killed...

Turkey: Daily coronavirus recoveries exceed new cases

ANKARA Turkey on Thursday confirmed 1,186 more cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total tally over 200,000, according to the country's health minister.  Citing the Health Ministry data, Fahrettin Koca...

Turkish president welcomes 'promising' economic figures

ANKARA  Turkey's economic figures showed promising developments in June amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, the nation's president said Wednesday. "Initial figures for June signal promising developments in this respect," Recep Tayyip...

Turkey's economy in 'strong recovery period': President

ANKARA Turkey is in a "very strong recovery period" based on preliminary economic data for this June, the country's president said on Monday. Turkey's economic confidence index rose sharply to 73.5...

Factory trial start for 1st Turkish-made electric train

SAKARYA, Turkey Factory acceptance trials have begun for Turkey's first indigenous electric train, a senior official said Monday. Even during the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Turkey Wagon Industry Corporation's (TUVASAS) personnel...

Turkey marks 2,229th anniversary of Turkish Land Forces

ANKARA  Turkey on Sunday celebrated the 2,229th anniversary of the Turkish Land Forces, one of the oldest armies in the world. In a tweet, the Turkish Presidency said the country celebrates...

Turkey's COVID-19 recoveries exceed 170,000 mark

ANKARA  Turkey announced on Sunday 1,413 more recoveries from the novel coronavirus over the past 24 hours, bringing the tally to over 170,000, according to the country’s health minister. A total...

Magnitude 5.2 earthquake jolts western Turkey

ANKARA  A magnitude 5.2 earthquake jolted Turkey’s western province of Mugla on Sunday, according to the country's disaster management agency. The Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) said the quake struck...

Turkey to realize one of largest environmental projects

ANKARA When the Ergene Basin Action Plan is completed, Turkey will have one of Europe's largest environmental projects, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday. Erdogan said Turkey will resolutely continue...

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On Liberation Day, Rwanda vows to defeat COVID-19

KIGALI, Rwanda Rwanda’s president on Saturday marked the country’s 26th Liberation Day with a pledge to defeat the coronavirus pandemic, urging citizens to stand together...

Tourists enjoy healthy, safe vacation in Turkey

ANTALYA As Turkey has taken a full slate of measures to ensure the safety of local and international tourists amid the coronavirus outbreak, visitors are...

1,200+ recover from COVID-19 in 24 hours: Turkish health minister

ANKARA More than 1,200 people recovered from the novel coronavirus in Turkey over the past 24 hours, said the country's health minister on Saturday. Fahrettin Koca...

Henry Onyekuru leaves Galatasaray

ANKARA Henry Onyekuru left Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray on Saturday at as his loan deal with the Istanbul football club concluded at the end of June. Following...

2 militants dead in Kashmir gunfight

SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir Two militants were killed in a gunfight with government forces in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, police said. Three Indian soldiers,...

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