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A school of dolphins was photographed on June 18 swimming at Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait, which has recently been offering a feast for local eyes after its waters turned turquoise due to phytoplankton.
Dolphins photographed swimming in turquoise-colored Bosphorus waters
An assailant who was being sought by police following a prosecutor’s arrest warrant on June 21 for attacking a 21-year-old woman on a bus in Istanbul turned out to already have a prison sentence
Turkish man sought over attacking woman on bus turns out to already have prison sentence
Supporters of Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President Massoud Barzani have reportedly concluded preliminary efforts to establish a new political party in Turkey.
Supporters of KRG President Barzani aim to form new Kurdish political party in Turkey
The May 25 meeting in Brussels between Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk was regarded as a chance for a new start in Turkey-EU relations.
The background story of Erdoğan’s meeting with the EU
A peculiar picture has again appeared in Turkey’s gold trade. The export and import of gold bars with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is at the center of this peculiarity.
What is going on with Turkey’s gold trade?
It is apparent now that the drop in tourists visiting Turkey, especially from Europe, is not only due to fear of terror attacks. Several countries have been hit by terrorism, but none have suffered such a big loss as Turkey.
Turkey–EU relations: Like watching paint dry
A small explosion at a graveyard close to the grounds of a NATO-owned military facility in the Aegean province of İzmir has damaged the installation’s perimeter walls, but caused no injuries on June 22, Doğan News Agency has reported
Small explosion occurs, no casualties reported near NATO facility in Turkey’s İzmir
While we’ve been desperately trying to keep up with the breaking news as it rolls in almost every hour, we woke up on June 21 to see that Saudi King Salman bin Abdel Aziz had deposed his nephew, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, in favor of his son Mohammed bin Salman
No calm waters in the Middle East
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Turkey and Qatar in the tangled geopolitics of the Middle East
The Turkish government is hell-bent over producing a national car brand. There are various reasons for that, but most importantly, having a national car brand would decrease the country’s trade deficit.
What is the future of the Turkish automotive industry?
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