Youth unemployment reaches alarming degree in Turkey

Feb 3, 2021 ANKARA — Twenty-five-year-old Fatih, a graduate of economics from Istanbul’s Marmara University, stays jobless regardless of his diploma from the revered faculty and a number of other internships at company companies throughout his research. Like lots of of 1000’s of different college graduates in Turkey, he’s grappling with an unsure future in a rustic… Continue reading Youth unemployment reaches alarming degree in Turkey

A brand new daybreak for Libya brings hope for regional stability

While it could appear as if just one topic has dominated the information for the previous 12 months, and our lives got here to a really literal standstill, the world did in truth proceed to show; and in latest months, there have been some momentous political developments.  A Brexit deal was hammered out on the… Continue reading A brand new daybreak for Libya brings hope for regional stability

President Erdogan hints at new Turkish constitution

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday that it may be time for Turkey to adopt a new constitution, feeding speculation that he could seek a way to extend his rule. Erdogan, 66, has governed Turkey as prime minister or president since 2002, cementing his control over the nation of 83 million people and surviving… Continue reading President Erdogan hints at new Turkish constitution

Islamic State depends on cash transfers from sympathizers in Turkey, Iraq: Report

Feb 1, 2021 The Islamic State terror group was largely crushed by coordinated worldwide effort in 2019, however its networks seem to nonetheless have entry to an estimated $100 million in money reserves stashed throughout the Middle East, the US Treasury Department mentioned. IS’ financial reserves are at a historic low because it took over swaths… Continue reading Islamic State depends on cash transfers from sympathizers in Turkey, Iraq: Report

Ayeza Khan, Ertugrul’s Aslihan to jointly work on Maria B’s 2021 lawn campaign

Pakistani actress Ayeza Khan and Turkish actress, Gulsim Ali who played Aslihan Hatun in Dirilis Ertugrul will be jointly working on the upcoming summer collection of designer, Maria B. The designer has been running an active promotional campaign on her official Instagram account. Earlier a picture of Pakistani actress Ayeza Khan wearing the mask featuring… Continue reading Ayeza Khan, Ertugrul’s Aslihan to jointly work on Maria B’s 2021 lawn campaign

US diplomat criticizes Russia, Turkey, UAE for intervening in Libya

Jan 28, 2021 A number one US diplomat slammed Turkish, Russian and Emirati coverage in Libya on Thursday on the United Nations. Richard Mills, the top of the US mission to the UN, mentioned the three states ought to cease interfering in Libya. “We call on all external parties, to include Russia, Turkey, and the… Continue reading US diplomat criticizes Russia, Turkey, UAE for intervening in Libya

Greece, France signal fighter jet deal amid tensions with Turkey

Jan 25, 2021 Greece’s protection minister signed a $three billion deal to purchase 18 Dassault Rafale fighter jets from France throughout a ceremony along with his French counterpart in Athens on Monday. Six of the fighters might be new, whereas 12 are used. The settlement is the newest signal of Greece’s rising protection ties with… Continue reading Greece, France signal fighter jet deal amid tensions with Turkey

Turkey faces mysterious jihadi enemies in Idlib

Jan 25, 2021 Obscure jihadist teams have stepped up assaults on Turkish forces in Syria’s rebel-held province of Idlib, including to Turkey’s dilemmas amid the delicate established order within the area.  Al-Qaeda-inspired teams corresponding to Hurras al-Din stood out as potential troublemakers when Turkish forces started to bolster their presence round the important thing M4… Continue reading Turkey faces mysterious jihadi enemies in Idlib

Turkey warns EU against ‘language of sanctions’

Turkey’s foreign minister on Friday warned the EU off using sanctions as Brussels demanded “tangible outcomes” from a push to mend ties battered by tensions in the eastern Mediterranean. Ankara’s top diplomat Mevlut Cavusoglu wrapped up two days of talks with EU chiefs aimed at soothing relations after conciliatory moves from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.… Continue reading Turkey warns EU against ‘language of sanctions’

Turkish fatwa hangs Erdogan’s soft power drive in the balance

Turkey’s state-controlled top religious authority has conditionally endorsed usury in a ruling that is likely to fuel debate about concepts of Islamic finance and could weaken President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s efforts to garner religious soft power by projecting Turkey as a leader defending Muslim causes. The ruling, issued by the Directorate of Religious Affairs or… Continue reading Turkish fatwa hangs Erdogan’s soft power drive in the balance