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At least 12 migrants believed to be Syrians drowned as two boats sank after leaving southwest Turkey for the Greek island of Kos, including three children, as the European Union keeps devising new plans to solve the worsening refugee crisis.
12 migrants drown heading from Turkey to Greek island
Nilüfer Demir explained the moment she shot the heart-wrecking picture
Photographer of the world-shaking picture of drowned Syrian toddler: 'I was petrified at that moment'
A U.S. citizen who died after an altercation with police at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport in 2013 has been seen gasping for air as police officers forcibly held her to the ground
VIDEO: 12 Turkish police officers charged in the death of US woman at Istanbul airport
Israeli officials have clearly drawn a line between potential threats posed by Iran and jihadists against their country, putting at Tehran at the top of the list.
Israel gripped by Iranian rather than ISIL threat
One of the issues that the National Security Council (MGK), Turkey’s top security board, discussed at its meeting earlier this week focused on the measures to be taken for the early elections set for Nov. 1.
Turkey rushes to its most chaotic election ever
Lately, we all have been wondering if the peace process in Turkey is over or still on. Only when President Erdoğan said two weeks ago that the process is “in the fridge,” it became clear that it is on “stand by” mode.
Turkey’s peace process still on
Turkey is a beautiful country. The Akyarlar beach, the one that the tiny body of a Syrian toddler washed up on the other day, is one of the most beautiful places in this country
The story behind the picture that tells it all
I started my career as an economist at the Capital Markets Board of Turkey. It was the 1980s.
China has what Turkey had in the late 1980s
New media fair Moving Image, organized simultaneously with ArtInternational, welcomes artists for the second time in Istanbul. Orozobekov, the co-founder of the fair, expects a high number of visitors.
Moving Image offers new media tour of Istanbul
Mehmet Görmez, the head of the Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet), recently said the relationship between the media and religion is the “most important problem” of modern times.
The media and Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs
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