Diyarbakır Mayor Osman Baydemir from the Democratic People’s Party said on Friday they were ready to do everything in their power to ensure social peace and prosperity.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan kept his address short and simple as he officially opened Universiade 2005 at Izmir's Ataturk Stadium on Thursday night. "Esteemed athletes and guests
Independent Industrialists and Businessmen’s Association Chairman Ömer Bolat said the government needs to develop a program that will abolish the problem of hunger in Turkey.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan placed the Kurdish issue at the top of the agenda yesterday and presented his vision for a solution. His stance was something most of the country would fully stand behind.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Friday the Kurdish problem concerned not only a portion of the population but the entire nation, adding that they would resolve the problem
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Prime Minister Erdoğan, in his landmark speech in Diyarbakır, calls for unity to prosper together, noting that the democratization process will continue until every citizen feels free
Actor Nejat Uygur celebrated his 78th birthday on stage on Wednesday as part of the 3rd Kadiköy Theater Festival at Özgürlük Park. Municipal workers threw a surprise birthday party for Uygur
The prime minister will make a speech in Diyarbakır today. The escalation in PKK terrorism and the security forces complaining about the limitations imposed on them have pushed this speech to the fore. Everyone has certain expectations from it.
Turkish press yesterday:The highlight of Turkish newspapers yesterday was the prime minister's meeting with a group of so-called intellectuals at the Prime Ministry during which the premier pledged to resolve the nations' problems through democracy. Among other topics covered by the press: two al-Qaeda suspects arrested by the Turkish police; an interview with a U.S. official regarding Turkey's European dreams; and a mysterious meeting between the prime minister and the Russian president. Diyarbakır promises:Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan delivered three historic messages during his meeting with a group of Turkish intellectuals before his trip to Diyarbakır, Hürriyet reported. Th
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's meeting on the eve of his visit to Diyarbakır with a group calling themselves "concerned citizens" but dubbed a “group of intellectuals” by the public has received
Police arrested two suspected Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) members with 800 grams of explosives and other bomb-making equipment on Thursday. According to Anatolia news agency
From the columns:The highlight of Turkish columns yesterday was the prime minister's historic meeting with a group of intellectuals. PM Erdoğan's historic remarks to be remembered: Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Wednesday that the solution to the Kurdish problem was democratization, Radikal's İsmet Berkan noted. He said Erdoğan's statements during the meeting with a group of Turkish intellectuals were historic and would be remembered by generations to come. “Because Erdoğan referred to the Kurdish problem for the first time and said a solution to the problem depended on democratization.” However, he said one should not interpret Erdoğan's remarks to mean that the Turkish
It is a demonstration of solidarity between Turkey and the rest of the world of univerity sports with athletes from every corner of the globe taking part
The positive message delivered by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan during his meeting with a group of so-called intellectuals was pleasant and exciting, Diyarbakır Mayor Osman Baydemir said
Baykal accuses Erdoğan of naiveté
Yesterday in Izmir, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with the families of soldiers killed in the line of duty, reading poetry to them the day before his trip to Diyarbakir, in Turkey's southeast. The PM spoke with the families of soldiers, assuring them that their sons walked hand in hand with the prophets, and read lines from Mehmet Akif Ersoy's poem "The Fallen Heroes of Gallipoli" to them.
Rainwater seeps through the conical dome of Akhtamar's thousand-year-old church, washing away biblical frescoes from one of the finest surviving monuments of ancient Armenian culture.
Yesterday's Turkish newspapers covered a letter sent to the Armenian president asking for the release of a Turkish researcher held in that country; remarks from the justice minister reiterating that there is no disagreement between the military and the government in the fight against terrorism; the draft Iraqi constitution, obtained by a Turkish newspaper, considering Arabs and Kurds as the main elements of Iraq; the prime minister's historic meeting with so-called intellectuals; and a happy ending for a couple in love. Intellectuals call for Turkish scholar's release: A group of 13 Turkish intellectuals signed a letter to Armenian President Robert Kochar
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