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Nejdet Aydoğdu, the Turkish officer who was killed by unidentified assailants, was buried during his funeral at his hometown Ünye on Oct. 31.
The Ermenek Public Prosecutor’s Office has demanded officials from the Karaman mine be put on probation
Some 18 police officers, who were detained on Oct. 28 in an investigation into the illegal wiretapping of 123 people in Mersin, were released on the condition of legal control on Oct. 31
Efforts were still ongoing to rescue the 18 workers still trapped underground at a mine in Turkey’s Karaman province as officials adopted a harsher tone against the owners
The disaster that hit a mine in the Turkish province of Karaman could have been prevented if the company had taken the necessary measures, according to an inspector
The bus was carrying a group of laborers, mostly women, working in a plantation of apple trees
Almost half of the Syrian female refugees in Turkey do not want to work even if they are provided with a job, a recent survey has revealed.
Labor Minister Faruk Çelik expresses his exasperation at mining safety in Turkey
If Parliament approves the pending Highway Traffic Regulation draft bill, the number different kinds of driving licenses will be increased, according to a letter issued by the Education Ministry.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has long encouraged families to have at least three children, but one father in Hatay has repaid the head of state’s demand more than ten-fold, siring 32 children from four wives.
Hope is waning of saving 18 Turkish miners trapped by a flood in a mine in the south of the country, the energy minister acknowledged
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