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Russia, China agree to strengthen bilateral ties, coordination in international affairs

The presidents of Russia and China on Wednesday agreed to strengthen bilateral ties and coordination in international affairs. According to a statement by the Kremlin,...

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan reimpose lockdowns as coronavirus ‘2nd wave’ hits Central Asia

Uzbekistan will impose a second lockdown between July 10 and Aug. 1 to curb a new surge in coronavirus cases since the easing of...

Russian FM Lavrov: Turkey, Russia working on Libya cease-fire

Turkey and Russia are working on an immediate cease-fire in Libya, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Interfax news agency Wednesday. Lavrov said the putschist...

Disruption of the New World Order in the Covid-19 era

By Prof. Naciye Selin Şenocak :- The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about shifts in international economic and political power, this global pandemic will inflict a...

SunExpress resumes flights from London to Antalya, Gaziantep

SunExpress, a joint venture of Turkey’s national flag carrier Turkish Airlines (THY) and German carrier Lufthansa, announced Tuesday the resumption of direct flights from...

Russia detains aide to space agency chief on treason charges

An aide to the head of Russia's space agency Roscosmos, who was detained on state treason charges, had been passing state secrets to a...

Trump paid proxy to take college entrance exam for him, niece’s...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump paid a proxy to take a standardized college entrance exam for him when he was a high school...

Dollar edges higher as virus worries sap risk appetite

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar inched higher against a basket of currencies on Tuesday, holding above the near two-week low hit in...

Britain says it can restart Saudi Arabia arms export licences

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain can once again issue new licences to export arms to Saudi Arabia after complying with a court order, its trade...

Late marriages, late births: Turkish population below replacement level

Once boasting of having a young population, Turkey could find itself in the elders club in a not very distant future with quickly shrinking...