Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey's efforts to end the decades old Kurdish conflict are 'going through a fatal breakdown,' the group overseeing the peace process says
Some 287 women were murdered in the first 10 months of this year in Turkey, as additional clauses to the law on the protection of families are drafted.
Operations at a mine, owned by the same company that owns the Soma mine where 301 miners were killed in Turkey’s largest mining disaster, were halted by a fire
Four Turkish jets have flown over northern Iraq to mark targets of the PKK, the Turkish General Staff has stated
A local association in Adana has called for the cancelation of a tango festival for ‘exhibiting adultery’
Water levels in the flooded Karaman mine have started to decrease almost 15 hours after the Oct 28 incident, according to Energy Minister Taner Yıldız, but hopes are fading for 18 miners trapped 375 meters underground
The real-life character from the controversial 1978 movie “Midnight Express” will raise the Turkish flag on Wall Street
The suspicious powdery substance that was sent to six consulates in Istanbul was a material similar to chalk dust
Some 73 illegal immigrants have been captured off of Turkey’s western coast during operations conducted by the Coast Guard to halt human trafficking in the Aegean Sea.
At least nine people have been injured after a blast at Ostim, a major industrial zone in Ankara, on Oct. 27.
A Turkish village guard who disappeared last month was killed by separatists who shot him against a post in an execution-style killing, the army said
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