Istanbul’s magnificent waterside mansions are some of the most expensive and exclusive properties the city has to offer. Since Turkey’s currency crisis last year, dozens are up for sale.
Ankara is looking to harness its carefully-crafted relationship with Tripoli to shore up its own economy. Turkish firms' decades-long experience in war-torn Libya could boost their chances as the nation rebuilds itself.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made a big stride in realizing his vision of a homegrown auto industry after breaking ground on a new car factory in Bursa. But the project comes at a difficult time.
Ankara stopped three global banks from speculating on the lira after the currency fell to a record low. Rumors spread that the West is trying to harm Turkey, when, in truth, investors were spooked by Erdogan's excesses.
Amid Syria's currency crisis, a new round of US sanctions against the Assad regime is due to come into force shortly. As life is getting worse for people in rebel-controlled Idlib, many still support the sanctions. Why?
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