World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkey on Friday said it welcomed a series of agreements signed between Sudan and South Sudan to solve a number issues between the two countries.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the agreements constituted "a great progress" in the settlement of problems between Sudan and South Sudan, praising the countries' leaders for their "determination statesmanship."
The statement urged prompt implementation of the nine agreements signed in security, oil, economy, borders and citizenship issues, calling for more dialogue for problems yet to be resolved.
This week news broke that Turkey's largest city would have a record budget of $13.7 billion for 2015
Davutoglu says direct negotiations have continued since December 2012 without interruption in an effort to put the process through.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu decorated outgoing Pakistani ambassador Muhammad Haroon Shaukat with the medal of distinguished services.
Europe should first find a solution for Islamophobia and racism before scolding Turkey, President Erdogan has said.
With criticism pouring in regard to deteriorating press freedom, Erdogan has slammed the EU saying that Turkey is not its scapegoat.
Minister plans to pump $3.5 billion into support for production of smartphones, computers, electronic devices.
Academics say damaged relations between Turkey and Iraq will be rebuilt following Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi's visit to Ankara Thursday.
Most dailies on Friday dedicated their front page to the meeting between Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi and a police investigation into Wednesday’s mafia-style killings in Istanbul.
Two nations share common historical, linguistic and cultural ties.
New arbitration center seeks to lead region in trillion-dollar business.
Iraqi PM Al-Ibadi has visited Ankara and has sought cooperation with Turkey for the management of their oil production, which takes 90% of the Iraqi budget.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Iraq's new government under Haidar al-Abadi is inclusive of all groups in Iraq.
Antalya and Istanbul are the preferred locations for foreign buyers.
Turkish dailies focus mainly on a former police chief's conviction on terrorism charges, two mafia-style killings in Istanbul, the arrest of a high-school student for allegedly insulting the president and a Besiktas footballer's fair play for stopping a referee from sending off a rival.
Classic Bussing, Leyland and Renault-Scemia vehicles which served Istanbulites for generations will return to the roads of Turkey's largest city next year.
At least 43 people were killed and 61 others - mostly from security forces - injured in a blast in Baghdad on Wednesday