On 16 March, Libya's action to contest the arbitration ruling ordering it to pay out nearly €50m to the Turkish construction firm Cengiz will be considered by the French courts.
Turkish paramilitary company Sadat, headed by former Turkish general Adnan Tanriverdi, has set up a partnership with Fawzi Boukatif-led Libyan company Security Side to train the forces fighting for Fayez Sarraj's Government of National Accord.
Deprived of his principal ally in Africa by the ousting of the Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir in April 2019, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been looking to the west of the continent to compensate for this loss of influence.
On 18 January, the insurgents of the al-Shabaab movement, which has ties to al-Qaeda, attacked a convoy of the Somali National Army (SNA) that was escorting Turkish engineers involved in upgrading the Afgoye road. Six of the engineers were wounded [.
On 8 December, the director of the think tank Ortadogu [...]
Although the Emirati national security advisor, Tahnoon bin Zayed al-Nahyan, signalled his intent to improve relations with Ankara by meeting [...]
Even as Turkey wages battle in the east of Syria, the CVK Park hotel in Istanbul was hosting a decidedly [...]
The scrupulously stage-managed ‘jubilant crowds' who welcomed Alpha Condé at Conakry airport on 31 October served not only as a riposte to the opposition demonstrations that paralysed the country in mid-October but also to underscore a major shift in foreign [.
High-level discussions are currently taking place between Uganda and Turkey. According to our sources, Ankara wants Kampala to close six [...]
The deputy director of Turkey's foreign economic relations board, the [...]
On 3 November, Alpha Conde dispatched his new Gulfstream G450 [...]
The Turkish president's African calendar is being handled by a circle of energy-savvy entrepreneurs close to the AKP.
What did Recep Tayyip Erdogan negotiate during his visit to Khartoum?
The Turkish president has insisted that Mali terminate Horizon Education France's contract to run private schools due to its perceived links with his sworn enemy Fethullah Gulen.
The government of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stumbled upon a new way of countering the influence of its [...]
The movement of Turkish Imam Fethullah Gulen, which runs 600 schools throughout the world and has more than four million followers, has been accused by a former Turkish intelligence chief of having served as a cover for the CIA in [.