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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Around three weeks ago, CNN Türk reporter Zeynep Karamustafa interviewed a couple of children in a school in Istanbul’s Ümraniye district who were enthusiastic about entering the winter break.
The recent lowering of VAT for purchases of yachts, apartments and white goods, as well as the offering of several other facilitations, are good for both the consumer and the turbulence-hit sector.
For 65-year-old Hamide Yücel in the Mediterranean province of Antalya’s Kepez district, it was a very ordinary Sunday morning. She had invited her son and his friends for a Sunday breakfast.
Social media images of two people who cut off the ears of puppies in the Central Anatolian town Isparta caused a public outcry.
Among so many disasters and bloody attacks, one piece of good news has emerged. Thirty-five kilograms of meat has been saved. Yes, I will answer the fair and appropriate questions you have, such as “What 35 kilos of meat? What meat? What do you mean?”
In Cemilli village, located in the Mediterranean province of Mersin, there are 85 households and has a population of 300 residents.
I never thought I would ever be interested in Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) presidential elections.
Mine worker Mustafa Sarı survived a mine accident four years ago. Eight of his colleagues died.
Now is not the time or place to laugh. I’m not in the mood to laugh at all. But I just had a good laugh thanks to Turkey’s Higher Education Board (YÖK). It made my day.
Beatings and insults were recently documented as happening in the classroom of a school in Istanbul’s Ümraniye district.
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