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Two dungeons have been discovered in the Tokat Castle, where Wallachian Prince Vlad III the Impaler, who was also known as Dracula, is said to have been held captive in the early 15th century
Clues about 'Dracula’s captivity' unearthed in Tokat
The mandate the Turkish government is seeking from the Parliament to authorize the army to send troops into Iraq and Syria to deal with growing threat of extremist jihadists does also include opening its bases to foreign troops, Deputy PM Arınç has announced
Turkey’s ISIL mandate includes 'military action abroad, opening bases to foreign troops'
A tablet found on a rock during excavations in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite civilization in the central Anatolian province of Çorum, will be deciphered with a 3D scanning system
Hittite tablet to be deciphered with 3D
The Turkish National Agency has pledged to continue the Erasmus exchange student program
Turkish National Agency pledges to keep Erasmus program
Galatasaray coach Cesare Prandelli and his players have victory on their minds as the Istanbul club takes on Arsenal in the Champions League. The game will also be a rematch of the 2000 UEFA Cup Final
Galatasaray eyes victory away at Arsenal
Turkey is about to take one of the most critical decisions regarding its role in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Turkey’s most critical decision yet to come
Known for its famed cuisine, Gaziantep has much to offer in culture and tourism. But it has too few authentic restaurants serving its traditional cooking, writes Wilco Van Herpen
An open letter to the mayor of Gaziantep
I have just returned from a holiday to my home country, where the horror of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) seems remote and where people have been immersed in a heated debate over the historical past and contemporary politics.
A new feature in Greek politics: Archaeology
More than a decade ago, this column predicted that what most Western pundits then labeled as “Turkey’s pro-freedom reformists” would bring “reforms” merely about to broaden freedoms for political Islam and its symbols and restrict (non-Islamist) freedoms in general.
The headscarf is finally free; the country is not
Hey, how come it turns out that everyone has so much to say about the heads of girls? This topic has been implanted so deep in those minds that it has not ended for years.
Girls’ hair, the timeless topic in Turkish education
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