Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
AIDS claimed a million lives in 2016, almost half the 2005 toll that marked the peak of the deadly epidemic, said a U.N. report on July 20 proclaiming “the scales have tipped."
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
The indictment on the legal case about the Chief of General Staff’s central command offers interesting information on what one of the most critical actors of the July 15 coup attempt, Major General Mehmet Dişli was doing in the Çankaya Palace after landing there on the morning of July 16, 2016 with the Chief of General Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar
The 23rd Summer Deaflympics started on July 18 in Turkey’s Black Sea province of Samsun, where more than 3,000 athletes from 97 countries - the highest ever number of participants in the event’s history - are competing.
U.S. President Donald Trump, fresh from a political holiday in Paris, went back on the offensive on July 16 as a new poll showed his popularity dropping amid doubts about Russian election meddling and deepening frustrations over stalled health care legislation.
French carmaker Renault posted record vehicle sales for the first half as a sustained product offensive lifted global deliveries by 10.4 percent - with a well-timed China SUV launch and a renewed push into Iran both contributing.
U.S. President Donald Trump returned to Washington on July 16 after a brief overseas respite, facing an enduring and intensifying storm over his campaign’s contacts with Russia.
Israel reopened an ultra-sensitive holy site on July 16 closed after an attack that killed two policemen, but Muslim worshippers were refusing to enter due to new security measures including metal detectors and cameras.
Spain’s tourism sector is poised for another bumper summer season as security concerns continue to lure visitors away from rival destinations to its cities and beaches, industry lobby group Exceltur said on July 13.
Russia has said it is willing to deploy monitors to prevent any violations of a ceasefire in southwestern Syria by Syrian government forces, a senior U.S. official has said.
China lashed out July 14 at international criticism after it denied Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo’s dying wish to leave the country and faced pressure to set the democracy champion’s widow free.
Global oil demand will continue to escalate despite slow growth resulting from the introduction of electric cars, according to the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) on July 12
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on July 13 wrapped up a four-day mission to the Gulf with little sign of progress in resolving the diplomatic crisis pitting Saudi Arabia and its allies against Qatar
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron presided on July 13 over a joint cabinet meeting aimed at underscoring Franco-German resolve to kick-start the European Union
Oil and gas will remain central to the world’s supply of energy for decades to come, the chief executive of giant producer Saudi Aramco said on July 10, urging market players to ensure energy security by bolstering faltering investment.
The Paris Climate change agreement is a matter for all oil and gas companies and the U.S. is expected to revise its position toward the Paris Agreement, Patrick Pouyanne, chairman and CEO of Total said on July 11.
With the inevitable return of Iran to the energy market and the normalization of relations with Israel on track, the two countries present untapped potential for energy-hungry Turkey, says professor Gürkan Kumbaroğlu, ahead of the 22th world petroleum congress due to take place this week in İstanbul
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on July 8 that Turkey would not ratify the Paris climate accord, speaking at the end of the G-20 summit in Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told leaders of the Group of 20 economic powers on July 7 that millions of people are hoping they can help solve the world’s problems, and warned them that they must be prepared to make compromises
U.S. President Donald Trump meets other world leaders at Germany’s G-20 summit from July 7, with conflicts looming over climate, trade and other global issues both inside and outside the heavily fortified venue
An exhibition titled “Matrakçı Nasuh: A 16th Century Genius,” featuring works by the famous 16th-century Ottoman philosopher, mathematician and historian Matrakçı Nasuh, opens today in Italian capital Rome.
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