Maurice Hajduk, who set off from Germany on his bicycle to see different countries, has arrived in the eastern province of Bitlis’ Ahlat district after four months on the road.
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Europe's top court on Tuesday banned researchers from patenting any process to extract stem cells when it leads to the destruction of a human embryo.
Danish director Lars von Trier said Wednesday Danish police had questioned him on French charges relating to his controversial remarks at the Cannes Film Festival about Adolf Hitler.
The latest excavation in Göbeklitepe in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa reveals that inhabitants 12,000 years ago also had a belief system and a certain culture. The remains show there is much more to be discovered from those ancient people, according to scholars.
Vakıfbank Türk Telekom is one win away from being crowned as the top volleyball team in the world.
Sebastian Vettel may have successfully defended his Formula One title, but the season is not over for Red Bull, who is seeking constructors’ crown
Turkey secured a place in the Euro 2012 playoffs after a Burak Yılmaz second-half goal earned Guus Hiddink's side a 1-0 win over Azerbaijan yesterday, moving them into second place in Group A.
Turkey’s biggest cement producer Akçansa, a subsidiary of Sabancı Holding, has opened a waste heat recovery plant at a cost of nearly $24 million to generate nearly 30 percent of the total energy demand for the company’s cement plant in the northwestern province of Çanakkale.
Israel and Hamas have agreed a landmark deal to secure the release of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in exchange for over a thousand Palestinian detainees, officials on both sides said
Turkey secured a place in the Euro 2012 playoffs after a Burak Yılmaz second-half goal earned Guus Hiddink's side a 1-0 win over Azerbaijan yesterday, moving them into second place in Group A
The much-awaited summit of French and German leaders ends with scarce detail given to the public. Speaking after Sunday’s summit, Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel say they are in ‘total agreement’ regarding the capital needs of European banks and promise to reveal a new plan by the end of the month
Category: ERDOĞAN ALKİN
Nowadays it is not easy to find good news about the world economy.
Category: SONER ÇAĞAPTAY
The cardinal rule of Turkish foreign policy is straightforward: Turks love countries that help them against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and despise those perceived as aiding it. It is that simple, really: Turks judge the world through the “PKK prism.”
Category: ERSU ABLAK
Authorities always name Turkey as a country with great potential.
Category: Slide Manşetler - 1
EU pushes Greece to axe 200,000 jobs
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
There are a few countries among the 193 member states registered in the United Nations whose bilateral relations are as intricate as those between Turkey and Germany.
President Abdullah Gül continued with his statements on the European Union in his Germany trip and this time he pronounced the Norway model, saying, “For me, what is essentially important is that Turkey is able to be like Norway. That is, it should be able to complete the EU accession process successfully.”
Category: GİLA BENMAYOR
While the waters of the Mediterranean are warming up because of the Greek Cyprus Administration’s drill, parties in the Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz II natural gas are making their last moves.
There is an old saying in Turkish: “Calamities do not appear one by one but come all together.”
Category: GÜVEN SAK
Regional disparity is an important issue in Turkey. Take for example, the top 1,000 industrial companies list of the Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO-1000). Have you ever looked at the geographical location of the companies in the list? Let me tell you: There are no factories in the east of Turkey. Let me correct: If you look for provinces with at least three companies on the ISO-1000 list, then the whole east of Turkey looks empty. It is sad.
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