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Istanbul Municipality gets to work to stop next Bosphorus 'tsunami'

Istanbul Municipality gets to work to stop next Bosphorus 'tsunami'

Stream remediation efforts on Istanbul's Asian side will take 130 days to put an end to flashfloods

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Clashes between university students after protest against attacks on Atatürk statues

Clashes between university students after protest against attacks on Atatürk statues

Clashes erupted between rival student groups on Oct. 17 at Ege University in the Aegean province of İzmir.

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Wounded ISIL suspect turns out to be PKK member

Wounded ISIL suspect turns out to be PKK member

A wounded man who was treated in Turkey last week and identified as an ISIL member was discovered to be a member of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party

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No exemption from military service on agenda, Turkish PM Davutoğlu says

No exemption from military service on agenda, Turkish PM Davutoğlu says

Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said paying money to avoid military service is not on the government’s agenda in respect to “the current conjuncture.”

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Court should request Dink murder documents from military: Turkish intelligence

Court should request Dink murder documents from military: Turkish intelligence

Turkey’s national intelligence agency (MİT) has referred a court to the country’s top military body to learn whether intelligence documents related to the Hrant Dink murder were classified as a state secret.

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Hanna and Laura in Istanbul

Hanna and Laura in Istanbul

Imagine you are coming from Europe and you land at Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport. (The other one, Sabiha Gökçen Airport, on the Asian side is a different story.) You step foot on Turkish soil; what would be your first impressions?

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Private spending allowed but not scholarships, says Hacettepe rector

Private spending allowed but not scholarships, says Hacettepe rector

An Ankara University rector has criticized the current academic system that does not permit private budgets to be spent on student scholarships but does on personal expenditures.

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VIDEO: ‘Free hugger’ on Istanbul’s iconic thoroughfare fined by police

VIDEO: ‘Free hugger’ on Istanbul’s iconic thoroughfare fined by police

A “free hugger” has been fined 91 Turkish Liras by police for “disruptive behavior” on İstiklal Avenue

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Ebola not as bad as it looks: Turkish Airlines CEO

Ebola not as bad as it looks: Turkish Airlines CEO

The Ebola virus is 'not as bad as it looks,' Turkish Airlines CEO Kotil said after a meeting of aviation leaders

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Four workers wounded in elevator accident in İzmir

Four workers wounded in elevator accident in İzmir

Four workers were wounded after an elevator fell five stories during the construction of a building in the western province of İzmir on Oct. 17.

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