Credit Suisse AG has deployed 20 robots within the bank, some of which are helping employees answer basic compliance questions, the Swiss bank's global markets chief executive, Brian Chin, said on Monday.
'There is zero information to indicate that race played a factor in this terrible horrific crime,' police say
Incident comes two days after similar military plane crash killed 8 people in Cuba
Turkish leader's offer to work on dialogue between India, Pakistan backed by Islamabad
Gotho dies at home in Central Java, ID card shows he was born in 1870
'Unpredictable' decisions from US leader present challenges for UK, new report warns
Gaza-based movement revises Hamas' charter, removing pledge to destroy Israel and recognizing pre-1967 borders
Terminal High Altitude Area Defense has ability to intercept North Korean missiles, says US military
At least one person was killed and two others were injured Monday amid a stabbing spree at a university in Austin, the capital of the U.S. state of Texas.
A number of Turkish foundations held a meeting yesterday in New York City to commemorate Turkish diplomats assassinated by the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA) and to react to "genocide claims" regarding the 1915 events.
Following the U.S. and UK's recently imposed restrictions on some electronic devices on flights from several countries with predominantly Muslim populations, Turkey's air defense and software company HAVELSAN and national flag carrier Turkish Airlines (THY) have started working for increasing capacity and capability related to inflight entertainment systems.
American firm claims South American nation illegally seized 11 of its oil rigs in 2010
Nasdaq surpasses 6,100 points for first time in history
Recep Tayyip Erdogan signs membership declaration during special ceremony in Ankara.
Daniela Greene, a translator working for the U.S. domestic security agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), married a Daesh terrorist in 2014 that she had been assigned to investigate in Syria, CNN said in an article published late Monday.
Iraqi lawmaker accuses PKK in Sinjar of disguising itself under Iraqi national flag
In executive order, White House hopes to modernize its technology services, but fails to provide details
President floats tax hike to fund infrastructure projects
Turkey, European Union to meet after NATO's May gathering in Brussels, says foreign minister
VOA's White House Bureau Chief Steve Herman began his post after President Donald Trump took office in January.
A federal spending agreement reached late on Sunday will reimburse New York City for money spent securing U.S. President Donald Trump and his family at Trump Tower in Manhattan.
U.S. President Donald Trump has promised “a big decision” on the Paris climate agreement in the next two weeks.
Chalk up another win for Elon Musk’s SpaceX, which successfully launched a secret spy satellite for a U.S. government agency early Monday.
Samsung Electronics said yesterday its first-quarter profit surged to the highest level in more than three years as its semiconductor division posted the highest income in the company's history.
Tanzania's Ismail Juma won the men's race while Kenyan Ruth Chepngetich came first in the women's event in Sunday's Vodafone Istanbul Half Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race.
Anthony Joshua was hailed as "the biggest star in British sport and the biggest star in world boxing" after his exhilarating world heavyweight title triumph over Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday sky-rocketed him into the global sporting elite.
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Accomplished Turkish artist Ahmet Güneştekin, whose work has gained acclaim in artistic circles around the world, has now opened his first exhibit in Berlin displaying the works he created in cooperation with women who work in the area of patchwork, inspired by ancient myth of Anatolian cultures
Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, the off-duty police officer who killed Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov on December 19 last year, was discovered on the lists of the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ). Altıntaş's name, who deliberately put Turkish-Russian relations at risk just as they were improving, was found in FETÖ-documents pertaining to "secret imams," allegedly together with a note describing him as "one of us."
The Turkish Health Minister, Recep Akdağ, stated Monday that Turkey will produce the first-ever vaccine against Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF).
Police are firing tear gas at rowdy protesters on the sidelines of a May Day workers' march in Paris.
Swedish police said Monday they suspected arson in connection with an overnight fire that damaged a Shiite mosque near the capital, Stockholm.
Protests in Athens focus on salaries, working conditions as government negotiates with international creditors
Suspects linked to Fetullah Terrorist Organization, PKK and Daesh among 2,600 people detained by Turkish security forces
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq - head of Kashmir's multi-party Hurriyat alliance - says Turkey can use its influence to end conflict
Extraordinary congress will also freshen ranks of ruling party leadership, says Deputy Chair Yasin Aktay
Recent bombardments forced PKK to abandon camps, search for new locations, Peshmerga figure tells Anadolu Agency
Saudi Arabia said Sunday that 46 members of a militant cell were arrested for involvement in a suicide bombing on the Prophet's Mosque in the holy city of Medina last year.
Turkish president uses address to high-level business forum to call for more trade, investment with India.
Labor unions mark May Day amid tight security in Istanbul’s Bakirkoy district; arrests made in Taksim area
The post-coup crackdown on the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) is underway with a new wave of dismissals from the public sector and the army.
Erdogan asks Indian government to root out Fetullah Terrorist Organization in joint press conference with Indian PM
U.S. President Donald Trump abruptly ended an Oval Office interview with the U.S. broadcaster CBS anchor John Dickerson after Dickerson asked the president several questions about his unfounded wiretapping claims.
Suspect opened fire in California apartment complex, killing 1 person, injuring 7
Bipartisan agreement makes a Friday shutdown unlikely
Washinton's support for PKK-linked groups in northern Syria was on display once again as US vehicles started patrolling near the Turkish border following Turkish airstrikes. President Erdoğan said that if the current US strategy does not differ from that the Obama administration, Ankara will get rid of the problem itself
At least 396 civilians have been killed in U.S.-led strikes against Daesh targets in Iraq and Syria since the operation began in 2014, the U.S. military said in a statement on Sunday.
President Donald Trump said China may have hacked the emails of Democratic officials to meddle with the 2016 presidential election, countering the view of U.S. intelligence officials who have said Moscow orchestrated the hacks.
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