Ethiopia’s civil war has become a testing ground for military drones that has made its people “guinea pigs”, rebel leaders have claimed. Multiple purchases of armed surveillance drones at a... Read more
Mahmoud al-Batakoushi The Turkish economy has recently become in an unenviable position following the unprecedented decline of the lira for decades due to Turkish President Recep Tayy... Read more
Until recently, winter rains would transform the fields around Chagar Bazar in northeast Syria as emerald shoots of wheat and barley emerged from the fertile soil. “It should be green around... Read more
At least 16 people have died after a migrant boat capsized in the Aegean Sea late Friday, bringing to at least 30 the combined death toll from three accidents in as many days involving migra... Read more
Nora Bandari The ruling Iranian regime under the leadership of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is constantly searching for any way to dispose of its various goods and products without being subj... Read more
The list of things that Bilal, a Turkish factory worker, and his family have had to give up is growing longer by the day. They stopped buying meat a year ago and recently had to cut back on... Read more
The city’s popular mayor was surrounded by enthusiastic crowds, talking about his hopes that the failing economy would improve and his conviction that brighter days for Turkey were just arou... Read more
After Ethiopia’s embattled prime minister pulled off a stunning military victory earlier this month, reversing a rebel march on the capital that threatened to overthrow him, he credited the... Read more
Haluk Gorgun, chairman of Turkey’s majority state-owned defence corporation and electronic warfare equipment specialist Aselsan, and his team were in Doha again in early December. In a... Read more
Rumours are rife around Turkey’s reported decision to reappoint an ambassador to Tel Aviv after a three-year hiatus and the possibility that Recep Tayyip Erdogan may visit Israel in Fe... Read more
The number of Turkish asylum seekers illegally sent back home by Greek border officials has risen dramatically amid a surge in migration fuelled by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s crackdown... Read more
A line of glum-faced people wrapped up against the rain stood along the street outside a government bread bank in a suburb of Istanbul. “People cannot manage,” said Sengul Essen, 57. “I work... Read more
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sat for an interview on national television late last month, apparently seeking to calm nerves about Turkey’s weakening currency and galloping inflation. But t... Read more
The world’s biggest emerging markets have dodged contagion from Turkey’s currency implosion, but there are other threats looming on the horizon. Emerging markets such as Russia, Mexico and B... Read more
Mahmud al-Batakoshi Turkey’s economy pays the price of some of the misguided policies of President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. This is especially so with regard to the restriction of freedo... Read more
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