World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey has begun importing 5 to 10 road tankers of crude from Northern Iraq daily and the volume could rise to 100-200 tankers per day, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız told reporters on Friday.
Turkey and the Kurdistan Regional Government are also in talks for the direct sale of natural gas to Turkey, in a move to bypass Baghdad, which could strain Turkey's ties with its Iraq.
Most Kurdish oil is still pumped into the national pipeline system. One pipeline carrying about 60,000 bpd already feeds directly from Kurdistan's Tawke oilfield into the main pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.
Military says airstrike took place in Hakkari province
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif will meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Thursday for the first time since the attempted coup in Turkey in July.
Boris Johnson arrived for his first official visit to Turkey on Sunday
69 Daesh targets in northern Syria have been struck as part of Operation Euphrates Shield, according to military
13-year-old boy succumbs to his wounds suffered in attack on outdoor wedding in southeast
60 Kurdish Regional Government security personnel seriously wounded in the fight against ISIL being treated in Turkey
Mehmet Simsek's comments come after Moody's decision to lower Turkey's credit rating from Baa3 to Ba1
Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies president says 2017 summit to be declared during weekend gathering in Malaysia
One other soldier wounded in anti-terror operations against PKK in southeastern Diyarbakir province
Turkey's largest business group assures German partners on economic stability in country after July 15 coup attempt
Turkish president blames Assad regime for UN aid convoy attack Monday
Police detain 20 more suspects working at Istanbul Anadolu Courthouse as part of probe into Fetullah Terrorist Organization
More steady rate cuts would be beneficial and an 'important signal to investors,' says Turkey's president
1,512 properties sold to foreigners with approximately 26 percent purchased in Istanbul, TurkStat reports
An unconfirmed number of people are injured in the rush-hour accident