World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will end in May, 2013.
The last tranche of Turkey's debt, which is nearly 431 million USD, will be paid in May.
Turkey's debt stock under the 19th Stand-By Arrangement with the IMF had been 860 million USD as of January 28, 2013.
Founded in 1944, the IMF now has 188 member states. Turkey joined the IMF in March 11, 1947. Turkey made a 19th Stand-By Arrangement with the IMF so far.
Prime minister says reform will focus on six key areas, political reform among them
Turkish, French heads of state discuss downing of Russian aircraft along Turkish-Syrian border
Two countries' top diplomats agree to meet amid rising tensions over downed Russian warplane
PM Davutoglu calls for a deescalation in relations with its major trade partner Russia
Dailies on Wednesday cover Turkey's shooting down a Russian warplane that violated its airspace
Turkish president rejects Russian claim of ISIL presence in northern Syria
'No one should have any doubt that we have done our best to avoid this incident,' says Turkish President
Obama: ‘Turkey, like any country in the world, has the right to defend its sovereignty.'
Foreign minister calls off Istanbul trip over downing of Russian warplane
Turkey to receive €3 billion by EU to ensure needs of Syrian refugees are met
Turkey has 'duty' to act against anyone violating borders, PM Davutoglu says
PM Davutoglu has announced the new Cabinet after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan approved the list presented to him
Charge d'affaires Sergei Panov called to meeting at Foreign Ministry
NATO allies will hold an 'extraordinary' meeting at Ankara's request to discuss Turkey's shooting down of a Russian fighter jet along the Syrian border
'NATO is monitoring the situation closely. We are in contact with Turkish authorities,' a NATO official says
Turkish military has issued flight radar track on the downed Russian warplane