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US-based Perkins Will proposes to build a modern theater and opera facility on the plot of the now-idle and much debated Atatürk Cultural Center in Taksim Square
Young environmentalists are holding a sit-in in an endeavor to protect sea daffodils in danger of extinction in the southern province of Mersin
A caretta caretta nesting ground has been discovered in the Milas district of the Aegean province of Muğla, leading authorities to taken it under protection with hedges
Clashes between the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Turkish security forces have spread to towns in Turkey’s southeast, with curfews declared in the Lice and Silvan districts of Diyarbakır province
Aug. 17 marked the 16th anniversary on the deadly earthquake in which around 18,000 people were killed in seconds overnight in northwestern Turkey
A Greek-Russian businessman with roots in Turkey’s Black Sea region has offered to cover all the costs of the construction of a mosque in Trabzon in exchange for the Fener Orthodox Greek Patriarchate regaining control of the province’s Hagia Sophia, a church-turned-mosque.
The mayors of three Aegean resort towns in Turkey have called on the Education Ministry and Culture Ministry to postpone the reopening of schools by two weeks, in order for the tourism sector to compensate for the losses it has suffered this summer
'You can’t play Jewish marches here, you can’t play Israeli music here,' an angry man told the band members in Istanbul's Avcılar neighborhood while they were playing 'Bella ciao'
Cyclists have pedaled from the northeastern province of Kars to northwestern Yalova as part of a project organized by the Search and Rescue Association (AKUT) to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the 1999 İzmit earthquake.
A pro-government newspaper has claimed that Pink Floyd took the stage at a lavish wedding ceremony in Turkey, only for the legendary band’s fans to express disappointment that the report was ultimately unfounded
Producers of Turkey’s most delicious and biggest watermelon species are standing guard in their fields to prevent harm from befalling their produce ahead of next month’s watermelon “beauty contest” in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır
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