Defending Turkish men’s basketball league champion Galatasaray Liv Hospital is one win away from the finals, following its victory over Banvit on May 28.
The number of people who applied to the Constitutional Court since 2012 has become 17,000
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The line between life and death looks as if it was thinner than we imagined. I am watching that video. It shows the courtyard of a cemevi, the place of worship for Alevis.
Koç Holding subsidiary Tek-Art has placed the highest bid of $664 million in a tender for the privatization of Turkey’s largest yacht port, Kalamış-Fenerbahçe marina
Fenerbahçe has signed a new contract with Coach Ersun Yanal, ending speculations following the team’s Turkish football league championship
As you may have heard, Prime Minister Erdogan allegedly called a shopper in Soma after the mine disaster “the spawn of Israel.”
The Turkish national team has performed a special visit to the town of Soma, where a tragic mine accident claimed the lives of 301 workers last week.
Turkey’s football clubs launch campaigns to aid the victims of the disaster in Soma, while Euroleague says a minute of silence will be observed before of Final Four games
Aziz Yıldırım flew threatened supporters who chanted for Alex with not letting them in the stadium again
A single goal from Wesley Sneijder helped Galatasaray overcome Eskişehirspor in the Ziraat Turkish Cup final, ending the Istanbul giant’s nine-year drought in the competition.
An Ankara court provisionally halted the controversial e-ticketing system in Turkish football game to 'avoid consumers being treated unjustly'
A CHP MP has submitted a bill to Parliament for the re-trial of those who have been convicted through unlawful evidence
Galatasaray will take on Eskişehirspor in the Ziraat Türkish Cup final tonight in Konya hoping to end on a high note following an erratic campaign
Galatasaray beat Fenerbahçe 73-54 in the deciding game of the best-of-five playoff series, completing a 3-2 win overall
A Galatasaray fan punched Fenerbahçe board member Mahmut Uslu during the two teams’ Turkish Women’s Basketball League playoff final series game on May 5.
Militant supporters of Istanbul’s top three football clubs added muscle to thousands of trade unionists, leftists and government opponents in May Day clashes with Turkish police
The prison sentence and retrial of Fenerbahçe chairman Aziz Yıldırım’s will be reviewed by an Istanbul court.
I would like to share a wonderful honeymoon experience with you. We did not have enough time just after our wedding, but our honeymoon was worth waiting for.
The league trophy is the first for Fenerbahçe after the match-fixing scandal broke in 2011
The Yellow Canaries, the runaway leaders since the early stages of the season, need just one point to attain an unassailable lead over second-place Beşiktaş with just four matches left
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