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A total of 172 "suicide tourists" travelled to Switzerland in 2012, double the 2009 number, to die with medical assistance -- a practice prohibited in many countries, a study said Thursday.
To the left of the Silivrikapı Walls in Istanbul’s Fatih neighborhood, there lies a tomb from the fourth century A.D., which is now in ruins. Known as the Silivri Crypt, the tomb, which has been suffering since its discovery in 1988, is now in its worst state.
Okra is the hidden gem of Anatolian cuisine. Consumed both fresh and dried, it has deep roots in Ottoman culinary culture, marking the trade route from Africa to Asia Minor
Hürriyet reporter Murat Şaka spent four months in Istanbul hostels. Who are the loudest tourists? Which nations go to bed early and which ones simply cannot do it? Here are the answers
The Turkish government has launched Gezgin Geoportal, a project that will provide a detailed image of the country’s landscape by the RASAT Satellite
Turkey’s Economy Ministry has vowed to pursue the punishment of those responsible for an 'orientalist'-toned organization held at the Turkish pavilion in a Parisian textile fair
The 'Saimbeyli Blue,' named after its beautiful indigo wings and cyan abdomen has been reborn from its ashes after 20 years in the southern province of Adana
'Use the abbreviated names because its long name has a very sacred name like Islam'
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