Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Several waterfowls and ducks were killed in the awkward incident in Central Anatolia
Burak Erdoğan, the son of the Turkish prime minister, has bought a sixth vessel for the shipping company that he co-founded with a partner, daily Sözcü reported on Nov. 9
Students will be suspended from the university during a legal probe, according to new regulations
Özge Altın, who lives in Istanbul's Tophane neighborhood, claims her house was entered by police
The chairman of a leading businessmen association has criticized the over-politicization of the debate on mixed-student housing
Rocket heads seized near in the southern province of Adana on Nov 7 were bound for Syria, governor says
The operation was undertaken after two minor girls told the orphanage’s administrators that they had been subject to repeated abuse before being brought to the children's home
A group of intellectuals claimed the Elysée Treaty could be taken as an example to repair Turkey and Armenia’s diplomatic ties
This government, darling, the wise men out there in Ankara, they are totally against you. They are against your young body; they are against you as an individual. They are against your freedom, your feelings, your desires, your healthy upbringing, your ability to express yourself, your ability to object. Also, your strength, your potential and your preferences...
Imams and priests are warming up for a friendly football match to be held in Edirne next week
The small but infamous Marmara island where former PM Menderes was handed a death sentence, was officially renamed 'Democracy and Freedom Island'
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