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Ahead of elections, Erdogan administration appears to be caving to some Western sanctions enforcement demands, perhaps fearing action that could hurt the Turkish economy prior to polling day.
Tashkent is eager not to be seen as endorsing anti-war positions.
Tehran assisting Putin with drones and in areas including trade transit, automotive, banking, aviation and petrochemicals. Russian Su-35 fighter jets could be part of its reward.
Firm hopes to create a regional aviation hub just over the Kazakh border.
Newspaper report says Iranian delegation travelled to Russia to look at potential for production plant in Tatarstan.
Suleyman Soylu’s invective comes as Washington warns Ankara over chemicals and microchips for Russia
Some reports say Israel behind mission. Kyiv has previously warned Tehran there could be payback for its provision of kamikaze drones to Russia.
Move might enable gold and silver miner to carve out its Russian business.
"Those who allow such blasphemy in front of our embassy can no longer expect our support for their Nato membership," declares Turkish strongman.
While some can afford to move on, there are thousands struggling to find workable employment prospects to put a roof over their head.
As Ankara continues to block Finland and Sweden’s accession into military alliance, James Stavridis says Western capitals might start thinking “maybe we should look at our options”.
Continuous ‘three-month visa runs” no longer possible for draft dodgers from next week.
Stockholm argues it can’t simply extradite individuals named by Ankara as such matters must be left to independent courts.
At least 30 people were killed in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro following a Russian missile strike on an apartment block on January 14.
Analyst has warned “ambitious barter” in return for Iranian drones and probably missiles “manifests a grim calculus for the West”. It is facing a “more aggressive and hostile axis than ever”.
If anything, support and trust in Russian President Vladimir Putin has increased since the war in Ukraine started at the end of February and finished 2022 at 81%.
The sky over the Russian city of Astrakhan on the Black Sea was full of vapour trails of dozens of missiles on their way to strike Ukrainian cities on New Year’s Eve.
Spending by Russian consumers on the biggest shopping day of the year before New Year’s Eve may fall by a quarter due to the economic slowdown and sanctions, according to the forecasts of the Tinkoff Kassa service.
A volley of Russian missile and drone strikes interrupted Ukraine’s festive celebrations on December 29.