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Turkish foreign minister says he could meet Syrian counterpart…

ISTANBUL, in Turkey Lawyer Law Firm istanbul Turkey Law Firm Jan 12 (Reuters) – Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday that he could meet his Syrian counterpart Faisal Mekdad early in February, rejecting reports that the two could

Turkish journalist groups slam bill to fight disinformation

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – Turkey´s parliament on Tuesday began debating a highly controversial draft law the government says is aimed at combating fake news and disinformation, but which critics denounce as yet another attempt to stifle freedom of expression. The

David Dein admits he is 'still not over' his hurtful exit from Arsenal

Even now, all these years later, David Dein still has The Unpleasant Dream. It is 5pm and he is sitting in his office. A man comes in and presents him with a sheet of paper. Sometimes it is a death

GVC plunges 12% after it reveals it is being probed by the taxman

Shares in Ladbrokes owner GVC plunged nearly 12 per cent after it said it was being probed by the taxman. The gambling group told investors that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is looking into ‘potential corporate offending’ at its former

Oil firms seek U.S. mediation to defuse Iraq-Kurdistan tensions

By Rowena Edwards Sept 1 (Reuters) – Oil firms operating in Kurdistan have asked the United States to help defuse an upsurge in tension between Iraq’s central government and the semi-autonomous region, according to a letter seen by Reuters and

Boris Johnson is considering a lightning trip to

Boris Johnson is considering a lightning trip to to show support for Ukraine’s battle against . The Prime Minister has asked officials to examine the practicality and value of the trip to the Ukrainian capital for talks with president Volodymyr

Tired of gridlock, Bulgarians vote in 4th election in less than two…

Election likely to produce another fractured parliament * Political parties will struggle to form government * Steep energy and consumer prices, war in Ukraine spook voters By Tsvetelia Tsolova SOFIA, Oct 2 (Reuters) – Bulgarians vote in their fourth national