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A Turkish non-commissioned officer who was shopping with his wife in downtown Diyarbakır was shot in the head
Another Turkish soldier killed, as army blames PKK
Three mining companies have been mining without informing each other, Turkey's leading mining association says in a statement on the latest mine disaster, adding that the Energy Ministry did nothing to rectify the matter
New disaster sparks debate on mining security in Turkey
The scenes witnessed during a Peshmerga convoy’s travel inside Turkey will not help the ongoing Kurdish peace process.
Can the Peshmerga save Turkey’s Kurdish peace process?
Just as we yesterday celebrated the 91st year of the foundation of the Turkish Republic, this year also marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War I, which brought an end to the Ottoman Empire.
90 percent feel Turkey is still affected by the consequences of WWI
Efforts to find a just solution to the age-old Cyprus problem are on hold yet again.
Same old story in Cyprus
Turkey ranks 55 out of 189 countries in the World Bank’s latest annual Ease of Doing Business report, dropping four spots from last year mainly due to the rise in company registration fees
Turkey ranks 55 out of 189 countries in ease doing business: Report
About 10 Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga fighters entered the Syrian town of Kobane through the border crossing with Turkey
First Iraqi Kurdish forces enter Syria's Kobane: monitoring group
‘Meander: East to West, Indirectly, Along a Turkish River’ by Jeremy Seal (Bloomsbury USA, 416 pages, $18)
East to West along a Turkish river
The 91st anniversary of our republic was marked this year with a sense of despondency among Turks who believe in a secular democracy based on tried and tested European values that have become the universal benchmarks of advanced societies in the contemporary world.
Despondency marks ‘Republic Day’ for many
A major exhibition on the Seljuks will be held at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art without loans from Turkey. Turkey is refusing to lend artifacts to leading British and American museums based on the issue of disputed antiquities
No Turkish loans for Seljuk show in New York
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