The government of the economically-ravaged country has for many years heavily subsidized petrol and Maduro says this has now led to a voracious black market in oil smuggled to neighbouring countries.
Muslim Council of Britain says ex-foreign secretary Johnson's 'incendiary remarks highlights underbelly of Islamophobia'
US to strengthen military 'like never ever before,' Trump says of $716B bill
Iraqi premier will meet Turkish President Erdogan during the visit
Jeremy Corbyn says he stands with thousands of people who demonstrated in Tel Aviv last weekend for equal rights
China’s aluminum scrap imports from the United States are set to drop by around 24 percent this year in the wake of tariffs placed on the material by Beijing.
Investigation into anomalies at military hospital involves up to $3.74 million
The text of the bill will be presented to lawmakers after the end of the parliamentary recess in October, he said.
People invited on social media to support brands such as Turkish Airlines
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Amazon on course to join Apple as world’s only companies worth over $1 trillion
Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Battered by Turkish military and betrayed by onetime accomplices, PKK terrorists starting to turn on each other
President Erdogan said, "We will boycott the US's electronic products."
Turkey's Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak will address foreign investors on Aug. 16.
Turkish industry and technology minister says support package to reduce current account deficit
Erdogan, Al-Thani discuss bilateral ties and regional issues