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A 10-month-old baby drifted a kilometer from the coastline of Turkey’s northwestern Çanakkale province until a coast guard boat arrived to save her on July 3
VIDEO: Baby adrift at sea saved by coast guard in Turkey's west
The construction of the Troy Museum is continuing in Çanakkale’s ancient city of Troy, with expectations that the facility will finish by the end of the next year
Museum to bring Trojan treasures back
With a rich history dating back to 5,000 years ago, Karaman’s Ermenek district is revealing ancient artifacts during continuing excavations
Hidden history revealed in Ermenek
“One day, artificial intelligence will look back on us the same way we look at fossil skeletons on the plains of Africa: Upright apes, ready for extinction.”
Locked in an anachronistic country
A general review on the state of affairs around Turkey’s immediate neighborhood would plainly show that it’s surrounded with a chaotic wave, from Europe to the Balkans; from Eurasia to the Caucasus; from the Middle East to North Africa.
Syria: A confederation of terror organizations
A group of parliamentary deputies called on the Turkish government to resume the Kurdish peace bid immediately on July 3, after the peace process was shelved two months before the June 7 general election campaign.
Can Davutoğlu drop Turkey’s Kurdish bid for an MHP coalition?
Last weekend, Istanbul hosted its 12th LGBTI Pride Parade.
Thoughts on the Istanbul LGBTI Pride Parade
Scientists added one second to the earth’s time on June 30, 2015. This was because the earth lost one second rotating while the atomic clock has not lost anything
Clocks paused in Turkey for more than one second
“We are exchanging messages with the PYD [Democratic Union Party]. Our dialogue channels are open. The course of Turkey’s relations with the PYD depends on their attitude. Tal Abyad is a test case for them.”
Turkey and the US meet halfway
Central banking is difficult. It requires bankers not only to plan for how they think the future is going to play out, but plan for how they fear it might play out, too
The Greek tragedy of Mario Draghi
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