Turkey gets another 5 years of Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will prolong his two-decade rule of the NATO country for another five years after prevailing over his rival Kemal Kilicdaroglu in Sunday’s runoff elections with 52.1% to

Erdoganomics causing unease

With Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan close to winning Turkey’s runoff election on Sunday, his ruling AKP appears to be split over his economic policies, leading to a massive inflation hike and

Erdogan survives litmus test

Turkey is heading for a runoff vote on May 28, as incumbent President Tayyip Erdogan unexpectedly led over his opposition rival Kemal Kilicdaroglu in the first round of elections. As state news

Turkey condemns US-Cyprus defence deal

The Turkish Foreign Ministry denounced a defence training deal between the US and Cyprus as “encouraging Greek Cypriot side’s armament.” “We condemn the signing of an agreement between the National Guard of

UN seeking to end Cyprus deadlock

A senior United Nations diplomat met Cypriot leaders on Wednesday to find a way to fix broken Cyprus peace talks to reunite the decades-long divided Mediterranean island. Visiting UN Under-Secretary-General for Political

8,000 Turkey quake victims in north

Some 8,000 earthquake victims have sought refuge in the Turkish-occupied north of the island following the devasting quake that hit Turkey and Syria last month, according to Turkish Cypriot media. News outlet

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