Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Robin Williams, depression, dark times, Turkey… How much more can we, people in Turkey, take, I wonder, before our fuses are blown?
There has recently been a boom in the number of foreign couples choosing Istanbul as the setting of their marriage
Bernd Girrbach, who worked for Germany’s ARD channel, was in Turkey to film a documentary on Lycian Way
A group of farmers in the southeastern province of Mardin have blocked a highway by setting barricades on fire to protest against the consistent power cuts in the region
Turkey’s secondary education examination row has deepened, amid reports that thousands of students, including some non-Muslims, have been placed in Islamic vocational schools for the upcoming school year.
Conservative visitors to Turkey's first women-only beach have been complaining about topless swimmers
Two police officers have been killed in separate gun attacks one day after the other in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır.
Turkish authorities have fined a man who was 'tagging' landing planes with a laser pointer
Residents of Istanbul’s Eyüp district are keeping guard against rising theft in their neighborhood, hoping to stop the criminals before being robbed.
The owner said his dog was taken away illegally, adding that he was ready to launch legal action
The restoration of a historical mansion in Istanbul, a possible residence for President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has been strongly criticized by İlber Ortaylı, a historian of the Ottoman era
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