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Birsen Altayli

Exclusive: Turkish companies seek fresh debt restructuring as virus hits: sources

15 Sep 2020

ISTANBUL Debt-laden Turkish companies are seeking more time to repay bank loans after the coronavirus pandemic upended plans to sell assets, according to four sources with direct knowledge of the matter.

Turkey considering quitting treaty on violence against women - ruling party

05 Aug 2020

ISTANBUL President Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party is considering whether to pull Turkey out of an international accord designed to protect women, party officials said, alarming campaigners who see the pact as key to combating rising domestic violence.

RPT-Surge in jobseekers to test Turkey's strained labour market

12 Mar 2020

ISTANBUL, March 11 Hundreds of thousands of people locked out of the workforce by Turkey's recession are poised to begin looking for a job again, inundating a labour market already strained by those who have been seeking work for longer than ever.

Surge in jobseekers to test Turkey's strained labour market

11 Mar 2020

ISTANBUL Hundreds of thousands of people locked out of the workforce by Turkey's recession are poised to begin looking for a job again, inundating a labour market already strained by those who have been seeking work for longer than ever.

Surge in jobseekers to test Turkey's strained labour market

11 Mar 2020

ISTANBUL, March 11 Hundreds of thousands of people locked out of the workforce by Turkey's recession are poised to begin looking for a job again, inundating a labour market already strained by those who have been seeking work for longer than ever.

Mayor says Turkish state banks shut out Istanbul after poll win

25 Nov 2019

ISTANBUL Istanbul's new mayor has said Turkey's state banks stopped making routine loans to the city after a June election in which he pulled off a shock victory over President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party (AKP), forcing it to borrow from abroad.

Mayor says Turkish state banks shut out Istanbul after poll win

25 Nov 2019

ISTANBUL, Nov 25 Istanbul's new mayor has said Turkey's state banks stopped making routine loans to the city after a June election in which he pulled off a shock victory over President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party (AKP), forcing it to borrow from abroad.

Turkey under pressure to tackle sharp rise in murders of women

21 Oct 2019

ISTANBUL Emine Dirican's husband shot her in January and was released from jail pending appeal in May, leaving her in fear of being attacked again in a case that underscores the vulnerability of women to violent attack and murder in Turkey. | Video

'Don't come if you like gold': Turks march against planned gold mine

06 Aug 2019

KIRAZLI, Turkey Thousands of Turks including opposition lawmakers staged a peaceful and unusually large protest on the outskirts of a small western town on Monday against what they say will be pollution from a foreign-owned gold mine project.

RPT-'Don't come if you like gold': Turks march against planned gold mine

06 Aug 2019

KIRAZLI, Turkey, Aug 5 Thousands of Turks including opposition lawmakers staged a peaceful and unusually large protest on the outskirts of a small western town on Monday against what they say will be pollution from a foreign-owned gold mine project.

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