Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish officials have launched a bird flu investigation in a Central Anatolian town, one day after authorities confirmed an incident in the country’s north, quarantining a village.
A 5,000-year-old smuggled Anatolian statuette, which was found in the northwestern province of Çanakkale, was sold at a Christie’s auction in New York for $14,500 million despite all diplomatic initiatives of the Turkish Culture Ministry
Just as I was ready to write another spring article, I woke up to a frosted morning.
A multiday music, art and culture party that promised ‘an invitation to let loose and unplug with the likeminded’ on the Bahamian island of Exuma was a big fiasco, leaving party-goers angry
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has detected hydrogen molecules in vapor plumes emanating from cracks in the surface of Enceladus, a small ocean moon coated in a thick layer of ice
Wood fashioned into lace and sculpted into evening dresses: The Hanae Mori Manuscrit label led the way this Tokyo Fashion Week in showing the world the original craftmanship that helps set Japan apart from the crowd.
The Culture and Tourism Ministry has issued diplomatic accreditation for the guide dog of Maggie Moore, the visually impaired wife of British Ambassador to Ankara Richard Moore.
The Istanbul Public Prosecutor’s Office on April 21 ruled against trying a Muslim televangelist who said “playing chess is more sinful than gambling”