Germany warns Turkey to end "cycle of detente and provocation" in Mediterranean
Turkey on Monday raised tensions with its neighbours after it said it would return the seismic research vessel, Oruc Reis, into the eastern Mediterranean. The ship triggered diplomatic tensions and rival naval manoeuvres in August when it searched for oil and gas deposits, before Turkey pulled it back to shore last month.
UAE official says Turkey's army in Qatar destabilises region
The UAE and its Arab allies have imposed a boycott on Qatar since mid-2017 and h...
French President Emmanuel Macron criticises Turkey's "warlike" rhetoric on Nagorno-Karabakh
Fierce fighting broke out on Sunday between Armen...
Turkey's Erdogan slams Macron amid Mediterranean tensions
France and Turkey, both NATO members, have been at odds over an arms embargo for Libya and over the situation in the eastern Mediterranean, where Paris is supporting Greece and Cyprus, who say Turkey is looking for oil and gas in their waters.
Missile fired off Turkey's Black Sea coast where S-400 defence systems were tested
Tests of the S-400s, if verified, could stoke tensions between Turkey and the United States, which sharply opposed Ankara's purchase of the weapons from Moscow on grounds they compromise shared NATO defence systems.
Turkey clears way to test Russian S-400 missile defence system this week
While Turkey already tested the surface-to-air weapons last year, further exercises could stoke tensions with NATO ally the United States, which sharply opposed the purchase from Moscow on grounds the S-400s compromise NATO defence systems.
India slams Pakistan, Turkey and OIC for raking Kashmir matter at UNHRC
India exercised its right of reply at the 45th Session of the Human Rights Council at United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). India rep...
Turkey gets unprecedented downgrade, crisis warning from Moody’s
“Turkey’s external vulnerabilities are increasingly likely to crystallize in a balance-of-payments crisis,” Moody’s analysts said in a report Friday.
US 'deeply concerned' with reports about Turkey's possible S-400 system tests
"We continue to stress at the highest levels that the S-400 transaction remains a major obstacle in the bilateral relationship and at NATO, as well as a risk for potential CAATSA sanctions. We are confident that President Erdogan and his senior officials understand our position," the spokesperson said.
Turkey hits out at NATO ally Canada for suspending arms exports and creating obstacles
Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne announced Monday that he has suspended export permits to Turkey, which is backing Azerbaijan in the conflict, in line with Canada's export control regime. He said he had instructed his ministry to investigate claims that Canadian drone technology is being used in the fighting.
Turkey's comments on Jammu and Kashmir incorrect, biased: MEA
India on Thursday called as factually "incorrect, biased and unwarranted" Turkey's comments that removal of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir has not contributed to peace and stability in the region.
Greece plans military exercise in eastern Mediterranean amid dispute with Turkey
The Turkish government disputes Greece's claim to exclusive rights in the waters where the research vessel is working, arguing that islands should not be included in calculating sea boundaries between countries. The United States and the European Union so far have backed Greece in the dispute.
Gems, jewellery exports may dip 20-25 pc; growth expected by FY22: GJEPC
Due to the pandemic, GJEPC went virtual for IIJS 2020, which commenced on October 12, transforming the physical show into a complete virtual experience for exhibitors as well as domestic and global visitors.
The rich are sailing their super-yachts to Croatia and Turkey for the perfect holiday amid pandemic
The ultra-rich are abandoning some of their traditional mooring spots like Spain.
Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of trying to attack pipelines, Nagorno-Karabakh tensions rise
Armenia has denied targeting Azeri pipelines, which supply world markets with oil and gas, but concern is growing over the failure of a four-day-old ceasefire to end the worst fighting in decades over the tiny territory in the South Caucasus.