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  • The relationship between Russia and Turkey

    Otilia Dhand, vice president of Teneo Intelligence, discusses Russia's changing approach to diplomatic relations with Turkey.

  • BRUSSELS, March 16- Following is a draft EU statement with Turkey circulated by European Council President Donald Tusk to EU member states on Wednesday and seen by Reuters. The Members of the European Council expressed their deepest condolences to the people of Turkey following the bomb attack in Ankara on Sunday and reiterated their continued support to...

  • BRUSSELS, March 16- The European Union warned on Wednesday that a deal with Turkey to curb mass migration to Europe hinges on Ankara acting to support peace talks in EU member Cyprus. European Council President Donald Tusk, who will chair an EU summit on Thursday and Friday, said much remained to be done to reach a deal with Turkey. EU officials offered last-minute...

  • Wesley Clark

    Wesley Clark, a former NATO supreme allied commander, says there is a lot of finesse needed in how the U.S. handles its efforts in the region.

  • Plenty of value in Turkish stocks: Michael Harris

    Michael Harris, managing director at Renaissance Capital, talks about the impact of protests on Turkey's government and economy.

  • Family members and relatives grieve for victims of a car bombing outside the forensic morgue on March 14, 2016 in Ankara, Turkey.

    Turkish warplanes struck Kurdish militant camps in northern Iraq on Monday, a day after 37 people were killed in an Ankara car bombing.

  • CNBC update: FDA opens Kellogg probe

    Turkey's Prime Minister says 11 people have been detained in connection to yesterday's deadly car bombing; the head of the EU's foreign affairs says last week's missile test by Iran does not breach its nuclear deal; and the FDA has opened up a criminal investigation against Kellogg, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Emergency workers respond at the scene of the explosion in Ankara.

    A car bombing in Turkey's capital has killed at least 37 people, the second such attack in the area in less than a month.

  • Another car bombing in Ankara, Turkey

    A blast in Turkey's capital kills at least 37 people and wounded roughly 125 others on Sunday.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan at an opening ceremony for the restored Moscow Cathedral Mosque on September 23, 2015.

    The rift is festering and could, in the worst case, escalate as Russia and Turkey jockey to protect their vital interests in war-torn Syria.

  • 1953- Launch of privately-owned Kuwait National Airways, which later became Kuwait Airways. 1990- Iraq invasion; most of Kuwait Airways fleet and parts stolen, hangars destroyed. 1992- Kuwait Airways participated in formation of Jet Airways, along with Gulf Air.

  • Dr. Michael Fuchs, vice chairman of Germany's central-right Christian Democratic Union political party

    Germany is seeking a longer-term solution to the migrant crisis, a key ally of Merkel said, as EU leaders came to a tentative deal with Turkey.

  • CESME, Turkey, March 6- As the European Union and Turkey focus on stemming the flow of Syrian refugees attempting perilous journeys across the Aegean sea to Greece, another migrant community whose numbers are also swelling says it is being overlooked. Largely denied the chance for legal resettlement in Europe and struggling to find work or support in Turkey,...

  • ANKARA, March 4- Changes to Turkey's constitution envisaged by the ruling AK Party could hand President Tayyip Erdogan new powers to draft legislation directly and pick ministers, senior officials said, moves opponents fear could entrench authoritarian rule. A cross-party commission charged with drafting a new constitution collapsed last month after the...

  • ISTANBUL, March 1- The investment banking arm of Qatar's Barwa Bank is looking for investments in Turkey, in sectors ranging from real estate to food, and could spend more than $150 million per deal, its acting chief executive said on Tuesday. "Considering its growth potential, stability, strong regulations and corporate governance, we are looking to invest in...

  • ANKARA, Feb 25- Russian energy giant Gazprom has reduced natural gas supplies to private sector companies in Turkey by 10 percent due to a price dispute, officials at Turkey's energy ministry told Reuters on Thursday. Turkey is dependent on Russia for more than half of its natural gas imports but the two countries have been at loggerheads since November when...

  • ISTANBUL, Feb 23- Kurdistan's oil exports to world markets are set to be suspended for a second week running, a shipping source said, a move that will deprive Iraq's semi-autonomous region of its main revenue stream as the security situation in southeast Turkey worsens. The pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan from fields in Iraq's north, which carries around...

  • LONDON, Feb 22- Emerging stocks rose 0.7 percent on Monday to extend last week's gains, tracking world equity markets higher on expectations of a policy action announcement from the G20 meeting this week. Credit Agricole's head of EM strategy Sebastien Barbe said gains were also due to oil prices staying above $30 a barrel. The Korean won rose 0.4 percent however...

  • Russia exported 1.77 million tonnes of grain in January, down from 4.18 million tonnes in December, it added, citing official customs data. In total, Russia exported 23 million tonnes of grains, including 16.85 million tonnes of wheat, between July and January, down from 23.5 million tonnes for the same period in the previous marketing year. Among other risks, it...

  • Turkey is blaming Kurdish militants for the attack, and has vowed retaliation in both Syria and Iraq. Turkey's foreign minister has also accused Russia of war crimes in Syria in an ongoing war of words. "The weakness in the Turkish market is clearly related to what is going on in Syria, the tensions between Turkey and Russia and the terrorist attacks- the...