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An earthquake of 5.7 magnitude rocked Turkey's southwestern city of Denizli on Thursday.
Indonesian Minister of Trade encouraged domestic businesses to invest in Turkey following the success of Indofood there.
Indonesian Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita says that the government is targetting Turkey as the new export hub.
Bank Indonesia (BI) assures that Indonesia will be safe from the global economic slowdown, and the crises in Turkey and Argentina.
A moderate 5.6 magnitude earthquake shook Turkey's western province of Denizli on Wednesday, damaging some buildings and knocking bricks to the ground
Indonesia and Turkey held the third round of talks to discuss the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IT CEPA) in Jakarta on January 24-25
Turkey is planning to launch an international investigation into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Turkey deported a 31-year-old journalist on Thursday who works for Dutch newspapers, accusing her of links to an al Qaeda offshoot.
Tensions rise in Turkey as Interior Minister Muammer GUler declared the nationwide union strike against the police as 'illegal'.
Despite the continuous silent protests, Erdogan claimed that he have regained control of the country.
The border gate has to be closed due to the armed conflict.
Police officers, citizens, and journalists were wounded by stun grenades in a rally that turned into a riot in a Turkey district.
Lira reached its lowest value last night, December 31.
Turkey is reconsidering re-trials of its military officers and people who have been accused to plot against the government.
Turkey is undergoing the largest clean-up since the government had been in dispute with the police on a corruption scandal investigation.
A corruption scandal involving Erdogan and his close allies has triggered more protest.
The investigation is believed to be a relatiatory acts towards a previous investigation on alleged corruption involving sons of three ministers.
The attack was a retaliation to an earlier attack launched by the rebel group.
Hundreds of people have demonstrated in the center of the Turkish capital, Istanbul, in protest at new government controls over the Internet.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai criticizes a lack of US respect for its sovereignty.