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Postcards of Turkish-Armenian history

Postcards of Turkish-Armenian history

The Tophane-i Amire Culture and Arts Center is hosting an exhibition that sheds light on common culture of Turks and Armenians in history with postcards from the Orlando Carlo Calumeno Collection

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Istanbul’s first Arabic bookstore anchors Syrian refugees

Istanbul’s first Arabic bookstore anchors Syrian refugees

Istanbul’s first Arabic bookstore, Pages Bookstore Café, is a bridge between Syrians, Turks and foreigners who visit the city

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Rowling's 'Harry Potter' chair sells for bewitching $394,000

Rowling's 'Harry Potter' chair sells for bewitching $394,000

A wooden chair used by J.K. Rowling when she wrote her first two "Harry Potter" books has sold for $394,000 at a New York auction - more than eight times its opening bid

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Hungarian Nobel Literature Prize winner Imre Kertesz dies

Hungarian Nobel Literature Prize winner Imre Kertesz dies

Hungarian author Nobel Literature Prize winner Imre Kertesz has died aged 86 early Thursday in Budapest after a long illness, his publisher said on March 31

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Shakespeare First Folio discovered on island

Shakespeare First Folio discovered on island

A new William Shakespeare First Folio, part of the original collection of 36 plays published in 1623, has been discovered on a Scottish island, the University of Oxford said April 7

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Stories from the Egyptian revolution

Stories from the Egyptian revolution

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Circling the Square: Stories from the Egyptian Revolution’ by Wendell Steavenson (HarperCollins, 367 pages, $27)

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‘Syria Burning’ by Charles Glass

‘Syria Burning’ by Charles Glass

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Syria Burning: A Short History of a Catastrophe’ by Charles Glass (Verso, 192 pages, £9)

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Harper Lee hated Trump's Taj Mahal resort, letter reveals

Harper Lee hated Trump's Taj Mahal resort, letter reveals

Harper Lee, one of America's most celebrated novelists who died in February, thought Donald Trump's infamous Taj Mahal casino was hell on Earth, a stash of her private correspondence revealed March 29

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