Turkey's main interest rate was hiked to 24% last September to stem a sharp fall in the lira. On the back of declining inflation pressures, there's some room to cut rates, says Turkish economist Can Selcuki.
US and Nigerian authorities have dismantled multiple groups running so-called business email compromise schemes. The online scams led to $1.3 billion (€1.2 billion) in worldwide losses in 2018.
The question is not if — but when — a devastating earthquake will hit Istanbul. Experts say the city of 15 million people is unprepared for the next big tremor.
Together with Iranian artist Shirin Neshat and the Mongolian publisher Enkhbat Roozon, the German-Turkish author has been honored by the Goethe-Institut. Akhanli talked with DW about his writing — and state persecution.
A storm may be brewing off the coast of Cyprus in the Mediterrenean Sea: Turkey has sent two drilling ships to waters claimed by Cyprus and the EU has announced sanctions. DW takes a look at how the situation escalated.
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