About 40,000 years ago, a wolf died in what we know as Siberia. Now its severed head has been found, and because of the freezing conditions, it is so well preserved that its fur, teeth, brain and facial tissue are largely intact.
With over half a million followers on Instagram and thousands more on Facebook and Twitter, 29-year-old Uğur Gallenkuş has stirred a huge reaction by juxtaposing photos of misery in war-torn countries with the comforts of the West
Young pianist Seong-Jin Cho opened the 47th Istanbul Music Festival on June 11
The fourth Sky and Science Festival will be organized in Antalya’s popular holiday resort of Olimpos in July. The region was selected for its location far away from light pollution, access to transportation and its ability to meet basic needs, say officials
The crown gate of the 800-year-old Alaaddin Mosque in Antalya now has a brand new facade after a restoration project
Turkey is among nearly 100 countries set to name a far-flung alien planet and its star, a Turkish astronomer told Anadolu Agency on June 11.
An Airbus A330 will be sunk in the Saros Bay (or Gulf of Saros) in the northern Aegean Sea on June 14 to serve as a reef and attract diving tourists.
Since its sale for a record $450 million, the whereabouts of the "Salvator Mundi," said to be painted by Leonardo da Vinci, has become one of the art world's greatest mysteries.
Istanbul’s Rem Art Space is hosting British artist Tom Fellows’ solo exhibition, “Increasingly Distant.”
Turkish painter İbrahim Balaban died at the age of 98 in Istanbul. One of the best known Turkish painters, he had been in a hospital for about two weeks for a broken femur and died of multiple organ failure.
'Hadestown' wins eight Tony Awards on a night when women were celebrated, and Ali Stroker made history as the first actor in a wheelchair to win a Tony Award