By Daren Butler ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkey’s main pro-Kurdish party is pressing Ankara to advance a peace process with Kurdish militants before a parliament recess, drawing a government accusation on Friday that it was exploiting unrelated unrest to extract concessions. Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) fighters began pulling out of Turkish territory to bases in northern Iraq last month under a
Turkey has begun to see positive economic impacts of the peace process combined with the incentive system in the eastern regions in the first five months of this year, the official data show
MHP’s leader Devlet Bahçeli has urged the revival of the debate of PKK’s withdrawal, adding that the protests in Turkey were diverting the attention away from the resolution process.
A Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MİT) provincial chief, who was previously accused by the Turkish daily Taraf
The U.S. Dollar reached an all-time high at 1.9290 Turkish Liras while Turkey?s stock exchange.
Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç denied reports claiming he attempted