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The senior Turkish prosecutor who was killed after being taken hostage by suspected members of an outlawed far-left group, is being laid to rest in Istanbul
Scores of provinces in Turkey, including Istanbul and Ankara, were hit by massive power blackouts on March 31
Clock tower projects planned to be built in city centers are booming in towns and cities across Turkey.
A THY plane flying from Istanbul to Portugal returned to Istanbul Atatürk Airport on April 1 after a bomb threat
A Turkish Airlines plane flying to Sao Paulo made an emergency landing in Casablanca over a bomb scare
An armed man has been detained by police after breaking in to occupy the ruling AKP office building in Istanbul’s Kartal district
Sarkis Seropyan, the veteran editor of Istanbul-based weekly Agos’ Armenian language pages, has passed away at the age of 80.
Security forces launched simultaneous operations on the houses of students who were allegedly involved in student group clashes at universities in the capital Ankara last month.
Turkey’s Savings Deposit Insurance Fund has put real estate properties owned by Soma Holding chairman Alp Gürkan up for sale after he was charged wıth fraud for helping businessman Korkmaz Yiğit hide assets from the TMSF in the wake of the Soma mining disaster.
A luxury official car issued to Muğla Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Osman Gürün, a member of the main opposition CHP, has become a matter of public debate across the country
Women receiving a lower share of inheritance than men is normal, considering men’s responsibilities according to Islam, Sümeyye Erdoğan, the daughter of the Turkish president and the deputy head of the Women and Democracy Association (KADEM), has stated.
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