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• Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan suggested a possible new ground offensive in Syria against Kurdish militants, as Russia called on Ankara to avoid escalation and to "show a certain restraint." Erdogan said Turkey's actions would not be limited to aerial strikes in Syria, where tensions heightened after Turkey carried out airstrikes targeting Kurdish militants over the weekend in response to a deadly bombing in Istanbul on Nov. 13 that Turkey blames on the milita...Devamını Oku

23 Kas 2022

• Turkey launched air strikes against Kurdish militia groups in Iraq and northern Syria in retaliation for a bombing that targeted civilians in Istanbul last week. The Defense Ministry said the strikes aimed to “eliminate the threat of terrorist attacks emanating from those areas.” Turkey blames the separatist Kurdish group PKK and its affiliate PYD for the bomb attack that killed six people and injured over 80. via Bloomberg On a related note: Finnish Foreig...Devamını Oku

21 Kas 2022

• Turkey warned that beginning next month oil tankers will need to prove they are specifically insured to cross the country’s vital straits that connect the Black Sea with the Mediterranean, a move that could restrict flows of Russian oil as new European sanctions kick in. via Bloomberg Why it matters: The EU and the UK are set to impose additional sanctions on Russian oil shipments on Dec. 5 that will dramatically affect the availability of industry-standard...Devamını Oku

18 Kas 2022

• Turkish police said they detained 47 people, including a Syrian woman suspected of planting the bomb that killed six people and wounding at least 81 in Istanbul's Istiklal Avenue. The Interior Ministry said Kurdish militant groups were behind the attack, but no group has claimed responsibility so far, with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) denying any involvement in it.

15 Kas 2022

• Ships brought 354,500 tonnes of grain from Ukrainian ports despite Russia's suspension of participating in the UN-led Black Sea grain initiative, after joint efforts from the UN, Turkey, and Ukraine agreed on an Oct. 31 movement plan to carry grain to countries fighting hunger. via ABC Responses: The UN said no ships involved in the Ukraine Black Sea grain export deal were transiting a maritime humanitarian corridor on the night when Russia alleged its ve...Devamını Oku

01 Kas 2022

• Russia announced on Saturday that it will immediately suspend the UN-brokered grain export agreement that ensured more than 9 million tons of grain were exported from Ukraine during the war and has brought down soaring global food prices. The Russian Defense Ministry cited a Ukrainian drone attack against Russia’s Black Sea Fleet off the coast of Crimea as the reason. via AP Global concern: US President Joe Biden warned that global hunger could increase b...Devamını Oku

31 Eki 2022

• Turkey’s central bank cut its key interest rate by 150 basis points for the third consecutive month of cuts on Thursday, from 12% to 10.5% — despite Turkish inflation at a 24-year high of 83.5%.

21 Eki 2022

• The UN said it was "deeply distressed" after Greece and Turkey traded accusations over 92 "naked and bruised" migrants found by Greek authorities at the two countries' joint border, and called for an investigation. via Euronews

18 Eki 2022

• Turkish inflation accelerated to 83.5% in September, a level not seen in nearly 25 years, fueled by an experimental central bank policy that has chased away foreign investors and eroded the lira’s value. The acceleration follows a series of interest-rate cuts this year by the central bank that left the country with the world’s deepest negative interest rates when adjusted for inflation. via Bloomberg

04 Eki 2022

💸 Rate decisions The Bank of England raised its key interest rate by 50 basis points to 2.25% —its highest level since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008— stating it would continue to "respond forcefully, as necessary" to bring inflation under control. The BoE's Monetary Policy Committee also voted unanimously to reduce the BoE's £838 billion of government bond holdings by £80 billion over the coming year, in line with the goal it stated in August. ...Devamını Oku

23 Eyl 2022