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With seven reporters and four photographers, daily Hürriyet traces the path to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in five Turkish cities, as well as in France and Germany. A new breed of Islamic associations that has popped up across the country seems to be one of the sources of the problem
Looking for ISIL: How jihadists operate among Turks
The Turkish government has announced the lift of a ban on the headscarf in schools, allowing girls from the fifth grade and up to cover their hair in the public schools
Turkish gov’t allows headscarf for fifth graders, causing uproar
Scaffolding at a construction site across from Istanbul’s iconic Gezi Park has collapsed due to strong winds, injuring five people
VIDEO: Storm wreaks havoc in Istanbul
Deputy PM Akdoğan asks the US provide a vision for a post-al-Assad Syria before the West makes military demands from Turkey
Ankara wants to hear US scenario on Syria
Today’s Turkey, unfortunately, is deeply polarized by two opposite camps: The venerators of the government and the denouncers of the government.
Freeing the hostages: A good job
Does it make any difference if Turkish hostages were released by the heinous ISIL terrorists as part of a swap, or because of the outstanding diplomatic capabilities of the Turkish intelligence?
He is the mayor of Ankara. He is 66 years old, with two sons abd two grandchildren. He has a hobby of picking on the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP). He loves polemics. His motto in life is, “I will mess with anyone who messes with me.”
Who is Melih Gökçek?
Is all well that ends well? Always? Whether it is or not, (most notably) Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, his chief intelligence officer, Hakan Fidan, and every other Turkish official who anxiously worked day and night for the safe return of 49 Turkish hostages
All is well that ends well. Then?
After many years of asking ‘Why doesn’t Turkey just follow suit with La Provence’ in sharing the labor of wine making, Vinocasa steps forward and does just that
A taste of Provence in Turkey
Istanbul’s Sakıp Sabancı Museum is hosting an exhibition of the groundbreaking Catalan artist Joan Miro, focusing on the mature period of the great man
Catalan master Miro comes to Sakıp Sabancı Museum
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