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Thousands of Brotherhood supporters in Turkey mourn Egypt's Mursi

7:21pm BST

ANKARA/ISTANBUL Thousands of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Turkey took to the streets of capital Ankara and Istanbul on Tuesday to mourn former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi, with some chanting slogans blaming Cairo authorities for his death.

Thousands of Brotherhood supporters in Turkey mourn Egypt's Mursi

4:59pm BST

ANKARA/ISTANBUL Thousands of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Turkey took to the streets of capital Ankara and Istanbul on Tuesday to mourn former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi, with some chanting slogans blaming Cairo authorities for his death.

Thousands of Brotherhood supporters in Turkey mourn Egypt's Mursi

4:53pm BST

ANKARA/ISTANBUL Thousands of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Turkey took to the streets of capital Ankara and Istanbul on Tuesday to mourn former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi, with some chanting slogans blaming Cairo authorities for his death.

Turkey's April current account seen $1.5 billion in deficit: Reuters poll

12 Jun 2019

ISTANBUL Turkey's current account is expected to show a deficit of $1.5 billion in April, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday, pushed higher by a fall in the primary income component as the trade deficit remains low.

Ankara presses Turkish Cypriots' resources claim after Cyprus agrees gas deal

07 Jun 2019

ISTANBUL/ATHENS Turkey said on Friday that Turkish Cypriots had rights to a share of the island's offshore resources, days after the Greek Cypriot government agreed a revenue deal with a U.S. firm over a gas find in the eastern Mediterranean.

Ankara presses Turkish Cypriots' resources claim after Cyprus agrees gas deal

07 Jun 2019

ISTANBUL/ATHENS, June 7 Turkey said on Friday that Turkish Cypriots had rights to a share of the island's offshore resources, days after the Greek Cypriot government agreed a revenue deal with a U.S. firm over a gas find in the eastern Mediterranean.

UPDATE 3-Turkish inflation lower than expected in May

03 Jun 2019

ISTANBUL, June 3 Turkish inflation eased to a lower-than-expected 18.71% in May, official data showed on Monday, causing the lira to decline as investors worried that the central bank may lower its policy rate earlier than expected.

Turkey frees former NASA scientist from prison - ruling

29 May 2019

ANKARA Turkey has released Turkish-American, former NASA scientist Serkan Golge from jail with conditions, according to a court ruling seen by Reuters on Wednesday, in a step that could lead to an easing of tensions in Ankara's relations with Washington.

Small Turkish Islamist party to field candidate for Istanbul mayor

14 May 2019

ISTANBUL A small Turkish Islamist party said on Tuesday it would take part in next month's re-run Istanbul mayoral election, a week after its candidate said he was ready to stand down and support the ousted opposition mayor.

UPDATE 2-Turkey's lira firms as banks sell forex, S-400 talks continue

14 May 2019

ISTANBUL, May 14 Turkey's lira firmed on Tuesday as investors weighed up reports that Ankara was evaluating Washington's proposal to delay delivery of Russian defence systems and state banks continued to sell dollars to support the currency.

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