After a billion dollar handshake, who would remember Khashoggi?

Khashoggi row goes unmentioned as Erdoğan seeks to boost Saudi trade ties

Analysis: regional rivals reconcile in Jeddah while reason for three-year rift remains elephant in the room

With awkward embraces and fixed grins, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Mohammed bin Salman struck a pose of reconciliation. For the past three years, the presence of the Turkish leader and the Saudi crown prince in the same room would have been unthinkable, but in a drawing room of a Jeddah palace on Friday, both tried to signal a new beginning.

Kılıçdaroğlu: ‘Erdoğan bows before Saudis who dismembered a person in our country’

Weeks after handing over the Khashoggi case to Saudi Arabia, the president paid a visit to the country to meet its king and

Election wins of Orban, Vucic boost confidence of Turkey’s government

President Erdoğan’s government has a habit of staunchly supporting one side in power struggles in other countries. Recent events in Hungary, Serbia and Pakistan were the latest examples.

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