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With seven reporters and four photojournalists, daily Hürriyet traces the Turks’ path toward the ranks of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in five Turkish cities, as well as in France and Germany. A new breed of Islamic associations that has popped up in Turkey seems to be one of the sources of the problem
Looking for ISIL: How jihadists operate among Turks
Syrian rebels Liwa al-Tawhid released 50 members of ISIL in a swap deal that ended with the release of 49 hostages
Syrian rebels freed ISIL militants for the release of Turkish hostages
Turkey is seeking to take measures to cope with the massive arrival of Syrian Kurds
Ankara on alert as 200,000 Kurds arrive
Street vendors selling simit, a local pastry enjoyed by all walks of life, have been removed from central spots across Istanbul.
Simit sellers removed from central Istanbul
Turkish companies could play an important role in Russia’s plans to reconstruct Crimea and invest in the fields of agriculture and tourism, the Russian ambassador to Turkey has said
Russia suggests reconstructing Crimea together with Turkey
The release of the Turkish hostages held by the Islamic Sate of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) will continue to be speculated about for some time yet given that the government is being cryptic about the whole matter.
Turkey can’t just sit on the fence on ISIL
Believing that the military should only be the end user for operations like logistics, not the supplier as well, army officials are looking to outsource more systems to outside firms.
Turkey eyes outsourcing military logistic systems
A new exhibition at Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations displays photographs from the first excavation in Alalakh
Archaeology and photography at ancient Alalakh
Discrepancies between the United States and Turkey over the military contribution to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) are no obstacle for a high level trade mission to carry out a major fact finding mission to search for investment opportunities in Turkey next wee
US sends major trade mission to Turkey amid crisis
I was quite surprised when I learned from a Sicilian couple who were tourism professionals that our national carrier Turkish Airlines (THY) was flying four times a week to Catania.
Why doesn’t THY fly to Taiwan?
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