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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Five people were injured on May 27 when rockets fired from ISIL-controlled territory in northern Syria hit Turkey’s border province of Kilis, 20 days after the last such attack by the jihadist group targeting the province
At least 26 police officers were wounded in an explosion in Istanbul’s Aksaray neighborhood on Sept. 20.
A four-year-old Syrian girl's body washed up on a beach in western Turkey on Sept.18, state media said, just weeks after images of drowned Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi shook the world.
Hundreds of mostly Syrian migrants who had been blocked for days by police in the northwestern Turkish city of Edirne while trying to reach the nearby Greek border have agreed to abandon their roadside protest.
Tens of thousands of people from across Turkey flocked into downtown Ankara on Sept. 17 to condemn terrorism and display solidarity, with the organizers of the mass rally particularly putting emphasis on the unity of the nation.
A 92-year-old man and a 95-year-old woman have tied the knot in Turkey's southeast as they were reunited after 77 years at a nursing home, which they even attempted to escape to marry
Around 40 outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants were killed during the eight-day curfew in the Cizre district of the southeastern province of Şırnak, Şırnak Governor Ali İhsan Su has said
Operations conducted with permits the TSK received did not pose a major blow to terrorist organizations, military sources said, adding the administration could have found this convenient.
Around 150 Syrian migrants have returned to Istanbul after authorities blocked their way to Greece in the border province of Edirne, but a similar number have arrived at the highway waiting to enter the province.
‘People are afraid of traveling with their animals. So, the number of livestock has naturally decreased in big cities,’ breeder Yunus Coktin said, referring to the outlawed PKK’s renewed armed campaign
District officials in Turkey’s southeastern Hatay province have generated public outcry by informing parents of a police officer killed in an attack by the outlawed PKK of their son’s death in front of cameras.
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