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- Russian radar on the Turkish border 16.06.2012
/ Frances Le Figaro newspaper recently wrote that Russia has set up a radar base along the Syrian-Turkish border, from which they are observing what is transpiring in Turkey, as well as on İncirlik Base.
- Moscow lacks contribution to Syria solution 12.01.2013
/ The initial diplomatic deliberations on seeking a joint solution to the situation in Syria as agreed upon by Prime Minister Erdoğan and Russian President Putin have failed to reap results. Turkish Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioğlu has returned from Moscow after no further advancement on the agreement was made. Ankara is accusing Russia of being unrealistic.
- Russians to come for medical tourism 19.07.2012
/ Turkey will soon be in high demand by Russia and Ukraine for the nations medical tourism options.
- Russia wins close victory over Turkey in women's basketball 08.08.2012
/ Russia held off Turkey 66-63 in a nail-biting finish to an evenly matched game to advance to the semifinals of the Olympic women's basketball tournament on Tuesday.
- Turkey offers visa gesture to Russians 05.05.2012
/ The 30-day period allotted for Russian tourists to travel to Turkey visa-free has now been raised up to 60 days.
- No matter how much we applaud it will never be enough
/ Our basket fairies fought hard against a Russian team with a notable physical advantage last night for the finals of the European Womens Basketball Championship, however managed to secure a silver medal, marking the nations biggest success yet in womens basketball.
- Russia's Putin says no rift with President Medvedev 22.06.2011
/ Prime Minister Vladimir Putin dismissed speculation of a rift with President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday, saying he and his protege shared a "joint programme" for Russia's development.
- Russia condemns EU sanctions against Syria 05.09.2011
/ Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov condemned on Saturday sanctions imposed on Syria by the European Union, saying they "will lead to nothing good".
- Putin suffers election blow 05.12.2011
/ Russian voters dealt Vladimir Putin's ruling party a heavy blow by cutting its parliamentary majority in an election that showed growing unease with his domination of the country as he prepares to reclaim the presidency.
- Russian plane crash toll rises to 45 with boy's death 22.06.2011
/ A young boy who was severely injured in a plane crash in northwestern Russia has died, bringing the toll in the country's worst air disaster in over a year to 45, emergency officials said on Wednesday.
- Russia submarine fire "totally extinguished" 30.12.2011
/ Russia said on Friday it had doused a raging blaze aboard a nuclear submarine after nearly a full day and night, by partially submerging the vessel after battling the flames with water from helicopters and tug boats.
- Russia's Yandex launches in Turkey 21.09.2011
/ Russia's most popular search engine, Yandex, said on Tuesday it has launched a web portal in Turkey, yandex.com.tr, betting on its growing internet audience as it expands beyond its traditional CIS markets.
- Turks to enjoy the White Nights 16.04.2011
/ The lifting of visa regulations with Russia which begins today will benefit Turks even more than Russians who previously purchased visas at border gates.
- Twenty-years since the beginning of the end 17.08.2011
/ Twenty years after a coup in which hardline communists made a last, desperate attempt to save the Soviet Union, Russia is still traveling the long and bumpy road to democracy.
- A billion dollar gesture from Putin 29.12.2011
/ TURKEY gave Russia permission today to build the South Stream pipeline through its territory, supplying the missing piece needed by Moscow to secure markets for its gas in Europe at the possible expense of Brussels-backed rivals.
- Russia to unravel the Syria knot 11.07.2012
/ Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan is currently in preparation to make a critical move when it comes to the Syria situation. Erdoğan is intending to seek out a solution to the political knot created from Syria shooting down a Turkish jet and Assads refusal to step down, by paying a visit to Russia, the Baath regimes most staunch supporters.
- Tens of thousands of protesters pile pressure on Putin 24.12.2011
/ Tens of thousands of flag-waving and chanting protesters called on Saturday for a disputed parliamentary election to be rerun and an end to Vladimir Putin's rule, increasing pressure on the Russian leader as he tries to win back the presidency.
- Russia's Putin wins Turkey's nod for South Stream 28.12.2011
/ Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz handed Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin permission to build the Gazprom-led South Stream pipeline through Turkey, a major boost to a project to secure Russian gas flows to southern Europe.
- PM Erdoğan says Russia welcomes formula without Assad 19.07.2012
/ Prime Minister Erdoğan and Russian President Putin discussed Davutoğlus recent proposal in Geneva to establish an Assad-free transitional government during a meeting held in Moscow on Wednesday. Following the meeting, Erdoğan commented, Russia welcomed this option and we presented them with further alternatives.
- The Egypt formula 20.07.2012
/ During the Erdoğan-Putin meeting in Moscow, the Turkish party proposed an election government system reminiscent of what transpired in Egypt. The members of this government would consist of members of the party in power that have not been involved with the violence, opposition members, military staff as well as non-partisans.