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The Eid al–Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) holiday has been extended to 10 days in Turkey, Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdağ said on Aug. 15, speaking after a cabinet meeting
Turkey's Eid al-Adha holiday extended to 10 days
Saudi Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud was photographed riding a bicycle on the streets of the Aegean province of Muğla’s Bodrum during his holiday.
Saudi Prince rides bicycle on streets of Turkish resort Bodrum during holiday
More than 400,000 “zombie cars,” have hit the roads after bare maintenance and repair by unauthorized services despite being scrapped, creating huge risks on people’s lives.
Nearly half a million ‘zombie cars’ create big risk on Turkey’s roads
Iran’s Chief of General Staff Maj. Gen. Mohamed Baqeri kicked off his three-day Turkey visit on Aug. 15 with a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Gen. Hulusi Akar, with the security situation in the region dominating the agenda.
Turkey, Iran against Iraqi Kurdish independence referendum
Politics in Turkey is entering a highly stressful two years this fall. Since the referendum, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan seems to be running a one-man show in decision-making and Ankara’s bureaucracy seems to be looking to his Beştepe residence for every small paper to be signed.
How will Turkey survive until 2019?
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and his family came to Turkey on holiday last week. Johnson, his wife, and his four children secretly landed at the Dalaman airport and arrived at the Turkish resort in Muğla’s Göcek via a gulet sailboat.
British FM Boris Johnson 'secretly' arrives at Turkish resort in Göcek for family vacation
Kuzguncuk was a multicultural neighborhood in Istanbul’s Üsküdar up until the 1960s. The alleys are still full of old Rum houses and are home to two big Armenian churches, a Greek Orthodox church and several Jewish synagogues spread around the quarter.
Armenian church in Istanbul hit by storm awaits permission to get repaired
When Cyprus intercommunal talks started in 1968, the target of Turkish Cypriots in the process was to negotiate “local autonomy.”
Turkish Cyprus President’s mandate set to change
As President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan repeatedly urges the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) to embrace radical changes and refresh its organizational structure ahead of the 2019 presidential and parliamentary elections, the party’s central executive board has revealed complaints from AKP voters over “money and power-driven local branches.”
AKP surveys voters amid party restructuring
“Esteemed President,” said Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım toward the end to his speech at the Aug. 14 ceremony celebrating the 16th anniversary of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Parti) in Ankara, “in recent speeches you have mentioned ‘metal fatigue’ in our [party] organization.
Metal fatigue or spring fatigue?
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