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Tuvan Gumrukcu

Biden, Erdogan upbeat about ties but disclose no breakthrough

Jun 14 2021

By Humeyra Pamuk, Gabriela Baczynska, Ece Toksabay and Tuvan Gumrukcu | Video

Erdogan says he and Biden must leave troubles behind at NATO meeting

Jun 14 2021

ISTANBUL (Reuters) -Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said he and U.S. President Joe Biden must use a meeting on Monday to move on from past troubles, including a bitter dispute over Ankara's purchase of Russian S-400 missiles.

UPDATE 1-Erdogan says he and Biden must leave troubles behind at NATO meeting

Jun 13 2021

ISTANBUL, June 13 Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said he and U.S. President Joe Biden must use a meeting on Monday to move on from past troubles, including a bitter dispute over Ankara's purchase of Russian S-400 missiles.

Turkey offers to run Kabul airport after NATO's Afghan withdrawal -officials

Jun 08 2021

ANKARA Turkey has offered to guard and run Kabul's airport after the United States and other NATO forces withdraw from Afghanistan, but U.S. officials say Ankara is imposing conditions which need to be resolved as their leaders prepare to meet next week.

Millions in Syria face disaster if aid crossing is shut - UN

Jun 03 2021

REYHANLI, Turkey Millions of people in northwest Syria face disaster if the United Nations fails to approve an extension of cross-border humanitarian operations next month, a senior U.N. aid official said on Thursday.

Turkish lira hits new low after Erdogan says rate cuts needed

Jun 02 2021

ISTANBUL, June 2 President Tayyip Erdogan sent Turkey's lira currency to new all-time lows on Wednesday after he called for interest rate cuts in the next two months and said he spoke to the central bank's new governor about it.

Turkey's Erdogan backs minister targeted by mob boss

May 26 2021

ANKARA (Reuters) -Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan defended his embattled interior minister on Wednesday against accusations of corruption from a mob boss, saying the allegations were an attack against Turkey.

Turkey bans most plastic imports as EU trash found dumped on roadsides

May 21 2021

ANKARA (Reuters) -Greenpeace welcomed a ban by Ankara on imports of most plastic waste after the environmental group said it uncovered exports, some possibly illegal, from Britain and Germany that created "mountains" of trash in southern Turkey. | Video

Turkey bans most plastic imports as EU trash found dumped on roadsides

May 20 2021

ANKARA, May 20 Greenpeace welcomed a ban by Ankara on imports of most plastic waste after the environmental group said it uncovered exports, some possibly illegal, from Britain and Germany that created "mountains" of trash in southern Turkey.

U.N.'s Guterres says common ground elusive in Cyprus talks

Apr 29 2021

GENEVA/NICOSIA/ANKARA (Reuters) -The United Nations failed on Thursday to bridge disagreements over restarting peace talks on ethnically-split Cyprus, with the rival sides standing their ground in a conflict that spans half a century. | Video

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