Binali Yildirim says ‘relations have moved one step further towards normalization’.
U.S. judges dismissed charges against four Turkish citizens who were indicted over an incident outside the Turkish embassy during President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's trip to Washington, a media report said Saturday.
Law360 journalist Pete Brush reported late Tuesday that Judge Richard Berman, whose links with Gülenist terror group (FETÖ) has long overshadowed a trial on now-lifted U.S. sanctions against Iran, will not allow a crucial jailhouse call, which was held between Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab and his uncle who goes by the name "Ahad," to be played during the hearing.
Turkish justice minister says the case against a former senior bank manager has collapsed.
Turkish Foreign Ministry calls US national security adviser’s claims ‘astonishing, unacceptable’.
Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab, who agreed to cooperate with prosecutors to not stand trial in the United States over a breach of now-lifted U.S. sanctions on Iran, money laundering and other charges, was accused late Thursday by an ex-cellmate in his early 60s of sexual assault in a Manhattan prison.