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Following this month's completion of the European Union report on Turkish education, Turkish experts and educators are stressing the need for the state to take more responsibility to improve schools.
British American Tobacco (BAT) is considering a bid of up to $1 billion for Tekel, Turkey's state-owned tobacco company. Following the Turkish Competition Board's approval of Tekel's
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem will bring a special message from President Bashar Assad to Turkey during his visit, set to begin
Today we are passing through an era of impasse, underlined by a serious clash between the state and society that threatens both the legitimacy of the state and the order of society
It must have been that we are bothered by tranquility so we started a race to damage each other just when we had achieved stability and the economy gotten back on track. When I look at recent events I see how relentlessly we mistreat ourselves.
Turkey's nongovernmental organizations are launching a new initiative this week to change the infamous article of the Turkish Penal Code (TCK), under which many Turkish intellectuals – including
Internal political concerns forces Environment Minister Osman Pepe to postpone the regulation ruling that fish farms in tourist bays should be relocated to open water.
Touring Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa yesterday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he felt "ashamed as a human" on seeing the poverty-stricken conditions of some of the people living there.
On his return from the African Union summit in Ethopia, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that Turkey will be hosting a summit of African leaders itself in June of this year. Said Erdogan "We hope that Turkish-African relations will take on a new form in the wake of this summit."
On his return to Ankara' Esenboga Airport yesterday from Ethopia, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan responded to reporters' question about the controversial 301st article of the Turkish Penal Code, saying "There has not yet been a suggestion made by civil society groups to us regarding article 301.
Top Iraqi Kurdish officials on Sunday rejected recent statements by Turkey on the fate of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk, saying such interference in domestic affairs is unacceptable.The criticism came
The Parliament speaker’s call has led some to accuse him of having an ulterior aim: the presidency
During his visit to Turkey, set for Feb. 15, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud
Mehmet Ali Birand
After Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's call for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to propose how to amend the controversial Article
Category: YUSUF KANLI
TDN editorial by Yusuf KANLIThe speaker was just pointing out the interests of Turkey while saying Erdoğan should not run for the presidency.
Let the Prime Minister have some vision. Let him deal not only with Turkey's various troubles, but with world problems. Let him show other countries the true path in life....
Bulent Arinc, Speaker of the Turkish Parliament, yesterday confirmed comments he had made at a breakfast meeting with reporters about Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's possible ascendancy to the presidency of Turkey. Arinc, who had told reporters that "Prime Minister Erdogan would better serve his country being Prime Minister for the next 5 years," reasserted his thoughts that Erdogan would be better at the helm of the parliament than in Cankaya Presidential Palace, but added "My thoughts on this do not mean that the Prime Minister will or will not be a candidate for president."
In a televised appearance late on Friday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan expressed fears that the oil-rich northern
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