Amnesty International warns that emergency measures taken because of coup attempt must remain within framework of human rights standards.

Ongoing protests could undermine Sarraj’s attempts to unify country, make return to full-scale civil war more likely.

Europe and West may not have to love Erdogan but they should get used to living with stronger and meaner president of Turkey.

In region where borders are tightly controlled and movement of people and goods faces many restrictions, it is hard to imagine free flow of trade and visitors.

Economic planners say applying floating exchange rate will put Central Bank in control of exchange market once more.

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