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Hollywood star Julianne Moore may have won the 2015 Best Actress Oscar, but Turkish officials have rejected a bid to make her Turkey’s tourism face by citing her 'poor acting.'
Turkey rejects Julianne Moore as tourism face over ‘poor acting’
Women receiving a lower share of inheritance than men is normal, considering men’s responsibilities according to Islam, Sümeyye Erdoğan, the daughter of the Turkish president and the deputy head of the Women and Democracy Association (KADEM), has stated.
Giving women less inheritance than men normal, Sümeyye Erdoğan says in Islamic lecture
The Japanese company TAISEI has pressured top Turkish authorities for payment of the company’s additional costs to finish the Marmaray line in Istanbul earlier than planned
Japanese firm wants unpaid Marmaray bill
The Egypt International Economy Conference organized in the Egyptian resort Sharm el-Sheikh in mid-March resulted in a contract worth $36.2 billion.
While waiting for foreign investors local ones are fleeing the country
Not a day goes by without a public opinion poll being published in the pro-government media and according to their claim, the Justice and Development Party has 47 percent of the votes.
Goodbye to stability if AKP is to win
Only one party in the Turkish parliament had primary elections to determine its candidates for the June 7 general elections: The social democratic main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP).
Why did only the opposition CHP have primary elections in Turkey?
I have to admit that I was a little late in catching up with the tension between Sweden and Saudi Arabia. For latecomers like me, let me summarize the situation.
Sweden should not back down from feminist foreign policy against Saudis
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is pushing harder by the day for a presidential system. He now says the parliamentary system has been put in the ante-room and it is only a presidential system that can save the republic.
A vote to save the republic
Şanlıurfa’s Haleplibahçe Museum Complex, built on an area of 200,000 square meters, will soon boast the largest number of artifacts in a closed area in the country
Şanlıurfa’s museum complex ready to open
The Armenian Anahit Varış-Hermon Varış Theater Company has been active since 1972, but the main problem for volunteer theater members is to find a permanent stage
Armenian theater needs a permanent stage
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