Green light from Turkey for MAHB to continue operating Istanbul airport, says Anwar
The prime minister says the agreement will go through the normal process by the relevant ministry.
Malaysia ready to buy military equipment from Turkey, says Anwar
The prime minister says the nature of the purchases will be left to the armed forces to decide.
UN General Assembly: Erdogan, Netanyahu meet for first time as relations thaw
The leaders, who held talks during the annual high-level United Nations General Assembly, agreed to visit each others' countries soon, reports say.
US caver rescued after days-long climb from 1,000m deep in Turkish cave
Mark Dickey was on an international exploration mission in the Morca cave in Mersin province's Taurus mountains, when he reportedly began suffering from gastrointestinal bleeding at a depth of 1,040m.
US caver who became trapped 1,000m deep in Turkey moved halfway to surface
Mark Dickey was on an international exploration expedition in the Morca cave in Mersin province's Taurus mountains when he began suffering from gastrointestinal bleeding.
Syria extends UN aid deliveries via two Turkish crossings
After an earthquake killed more than 50,000 people in Turkey and Syria, Syria allowed the UN to use those two border crossings from Turkey to dispatch aid.
Nato's Stoltenberg says Turkey agrees to move ahead with Sweden's Nato bid
Sweden and Finland applied to join Nato last year, casting aside policies of military non-alignment that had lasted through the decades of the Cold War as Russia's invasion of Ukraine reframed security considerations.
Turkey unblocks Sweden Nato bid, setting stage for summit
Sweden's bid must still be approved by the Turkish parliament, and Erdogan has agreed to push for its ratification.
Zelensky wins Erdogan's Nato backing after securing US cluster bombs
The messages threatens to tear at Erdogan's ties with the Kremlin, which warned ahead of the meeting that it would be watching the outcome of Zelensky's visit 'very closely'.
Sweden will not get Turkey's nod for Nato bid unless it stops sheltering 'terrorists', Erdogan says
Sweden and Finland applied for Nato membership last year, ditching long-held policies of military non-alignment after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Sweden sets sights on joining Nato by next month but may be delayed, PM says
Turkey has said Sweden harbours members of what it considers terrorist groups - a charge Sweden denies - and has demanded their extradition as a step toward ratifying Swedish membership.
Turkey keeps Sweden waiting on Nato membership as key summit nears
Finland, which applied together with Sweden, joined Nato in April, but Turkey continues to block Swedish membership citing security concerns.
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