Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
In the polyphony of voices insisting on an immediate peace process in Turkey ahead of ‘Peace Day,’ women’s voices can be heard everywhere more insistently and more adamantly, thanks to a number of robust initatives
An unauthorized octocopter drone flying over Anıtkabir during the Victory Day celebrations caused panic while the army considered shooting down the drone
Two soldiers have been killed in Turkey’s southeast, as tension continues to run high, while the number of civilians killed in the latest clashes in the nearby province of Şırnak has risen to four
The Kuwait-born Irish tourist who was captured on video taking on a mob of 15 shopkeepers in Istanbul has undergone an operation to repair a skull fracture
Istanbul’s Armenian community is set to open a new school building in the city’s Bakırköy district for the 2015-2016 academic year, replacing an older building that had served for 171 years
A non-commissioned female officer, accompanying the mother of a killed soldier during his funeral, took the attention of the media when she said that rich people would not become soldiers nor be martyred, while trying to soothe the mother’s pain.
The lawyer of a Kuwait-born Irish tourist who was captured on video taking on 15 shopkeepers in Istanbul has said his client plans to sue the assailants
Three Turkish police officers are killed, 11 police officers and 14 civilians are injured in three separate attacks by suspected members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)
A police intelligence report has revealed the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) poses a “high risk” in 12 districts in southeastern Turkey, as the group continues to put pressure on people in the region
Turkey’s Prime Ministry has released a notice to limit Victory Day celebrations set on Aug. 30, stating that an inconspicuous, rather than festive, celebrating would be endorsed because of recent violent incidents that have left scores of deaths and injuries.
Three civilians were killed during clashes between Turkish security personnel and outlawed PKK militants in the southeastern province of Şırnak’s Cizre district on Aug. 27
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