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At least three workers have been killed and two wounded in a blast at a cement factory near Ankara
The building in a coastal Marmara town was used as a Greek school in the 19th century
Hundreds of Istanbul residents angered by the presence of Syrian refugees clashed with police early Aug. 25 in a violent protest in a suburb of Turkey's biggest city
Sedat Ergin, Hürriyet’s new editor-in-chief, has been introduced to the employees of Turkey’s leading newspaper
Famous heart surgeon Bingür Sönmez has suffered an armed attack but does not face a risk of death and will not lose his hand functions despite suffering an armed attack, his doctors have said.
The organizers say the event is set to mark a new world record, with an official crew from Guinness World Records present
People were having picnics on the restricted area at the empty Alkumru reservoir when the dam's gates opened
Militants of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) abducted three Chinese workers in the southeastern province of Şırnak late Aug. 24
'You are witnessing a very important moment, dear passengers'
A body that was found on Aug. 23 off Marmara Island belongs to one of the five men who recently went missing in the Marmara Sea, a DNA test has revealed.
Turkish officials roll up sleeves aganist the xenophobia toward 1.128 million Syrian refugees as the biometric registration of 740,000 Syrians is finalized
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