Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The father of the Syrian boy whose body washed up on the coast of Turkey’s resort town Bodrum has spoken out about what happened on the boat that sank on Sept. 2 in a failed attempt to reach to Greece
A group of militants were stopping people driving in their cars and checking their IDs in the Nusaybin district of the southeastern province of Mardin
The man claimed that the 'Republic of Songhrati Thaumaturgy' won its independence from Malaysia
CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu says safe rooms should be compulsory in mines and subcontracting must end in the sector, as he attended the funerals of five Ermenek workers
A group of 13 Turks face between one and 10 years of prison on charges of 'insult,' 'inflicting injury,' and 'violation of the protest and rally law,' for attacking two US soldiers in November
After adopting a proposal to increase the duration of religious education schooling, a committee of Turkey’s National Education Council has accepted a proposal to abolish a class that teaches tourism students how to serve alcoholic drinks
The squat house in Kadıköy is also known as the 'Don Quixote'
Altınok Öz jokingly slapped a blind man at an event for the Day of Disabled Persons, but his gesture received a furious reaction
The bodies of the remaining five victims at the Ermenek mine were recovered overnight on Dec. 3, ending 38 days of painstaking search efforts
The third Changemaker of the 6th season is the Nusratlı Village Culture Tourism and Solidarity Association (NusratDer), based in the northeastern province of Çanakkale.
Landmines which have killed three people while 2,000 refugees are stranded, HRW said
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