Turkish leader did not get to meet Joe Biden, but he is about to meet Vladimir Putin.
WASHINGTON — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said in an interview aired Sunday that he has no qualms about buying a Russian defense system despite condemnation from the United States Read More
On this week’s Majlis Podcast, RFE/RL’s media-relations manager, Muhammad Tahir, moderates a discussion on the facts and the fiction surrounding COVID-19 in Turkmenistan.
Fatima Alzahra Shon thinks neighbors attacked her and her son in their Istanbul apartment building because she is Syrian. The 32-year-old refugee from Aleppo was confronted on Sept. Read More
Bulgaria’s caretaker Health Minister Stoicho Katsarov issued on September 24 an order amending the list of foreign countries classified respectively as red, orange or green zones according to their Covid-19 Read More
Adds that average occupancy rate of country’s hotels able to open this year so far 44% versus 67% for all of coronavirus-free 2019.
Turkey’s leaders are closely watching Germany’s elections on September 26th that will mark the end of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s long tenure. For VOA from Istanbul, Dorian Jones reports.
Turkey’s leaders are closely watching Germany’s elections on September 26th that will mark the end of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s long tenure. For VOA from Istanbul, Dorian Jones reports
Chancellor Angela Merkel has pursued a conciliatory approach with Ankara despite divergent interests and tensions on many issues. A new government could mean a new approach to the strongman president.
SAMOS, Greece — Fifteen minutes outside the town of Vathy stands a just-completed compound, surrounded by a double barbed-wire fence. The entrance, only open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Read More