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Intel Turkey

  • ‘Short time’ applications reach 420,000: Ministry

    Some 19,000 Turkish businesses affected by the coronavirus economic fallout have made applications to the government for short time working payments to their 420,000 employees since March 30.


  • Coronavirus drives opening of Turkish hospital in Gaza

    The Palestine-Turkish Friendship Hospital has finally opened in the Gaza Strip to help fight the coronavirus outbreak, which authorities fear will quickly become a humanitarian disaster.


  • Masks distributed after additional curbs

    Officials have started to distribute protective masks to people who commute on public transport and those that go to open marketplaces to shop, as Turkey introduced stricter measures in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus that has already infected nearly 25,000 people across the country, killing over 500.


  • Turkish Cargo maintains operations for healthier world

    Turkish Cargo, a division of Turkey’s national flag carrier Turkish Airlines, has planned 155 flights per week for cargo freighters and 60 flights per week for passenger aircraft that are being used for cargo operations, departing from Istanbul in April.


  • Why Egypt banned news about terrorist bombings in Sinai

    Egypt has instructed media outlets in the country not to publish any news on the recent terrorist bombings of power lines in the northern Sinai Peninsula, which some consider unconstitutional.


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