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Excavations at the 10,000-year-old Boncuklu mound have unearthed finger prints on kiln objects.
Ancient fingerprint found in Çatalhöyük
Turkey is a very complex society, with various layers of identity, ideology and bigotry not just juxtaposed against but also added on top of each other.
Who prefers ISIL to Kurds?
The new trend in Istanbul is throwing headscarf donning parties for young girls, as we have learned from a reader’s letter to a conservative daily. Is this some kind of a Turkish touch to the traditions that otherwise represent very little fun and offer very little to the modern woman?
Headscarf ceremonies for Muslim girls in Istanbul
Turkey is ambivalent on the siege of Kobane. The city lies in the Ottoman Governorate of Syria and was built in 1912 around a train station along the Baghdad Railway.
Is Kobane a Trojan horse for Turks?
“We are ready for normalization with Israel,” said a top official in Ankara who I met this week. My question had been: Is Turkey considering normalizing its relations with Israel and Egypt, which are the only countries offering stability in the region other than Iran?
‘We are ready for normalization with Israel’
Turkey is struggling to educate 350,000 Syrian refugee children, with only around half of all refugee children receiving schooling
350,000 school-aged Syrian children in Turkey, just half receiving education
TASTE OF THE PAST - At least 14 historical passages can be found off İstiklal Avenue, with such evocative names as Çiçek, Atlas, Aslıhan, Avrupa, Rumeli, Aznavur, Suriye, Hazzopulo, Markiz, El Hamra, Halep, Nil, Crespin, Tünel and Hristaki
Passing through narrow passages
The number of real estate sales to foreign buyers increased 81 pct in September from the same period of 2013
Property sales to foreigners rise 81 percent in Turkey
Daylight-saving time in Turkey will end on Oct. 26 and clocks across the country will be turned back one hour at 4:00 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 26.
Clocks to be turned back by one hour on Oct 26.
The 'Saturday Mothers' will meet for the 500th time today since their first gathering in the mid-1990s
Saturday Mothers meet for 500th time in hope of finding lost loved ones
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