Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Some experts claim the change in the quality of water is carcinogenic
The gov't has announced that it spent 209 million TL, on health treatments for Syrian refugees
The governor, who was photographed posing with bottles of Fanta, still backed the boycott
An estimated 7 million travelers will take to the roads and skies during the traditional 'bayram' holiday
Calls for a boycott of Israeli products circulating on social media have extended to novels penned by Mario Levi, an acclaimed Turkish writer of Jewish descent, drawing criticism at overt anti-Semitism
Six police officers, including two police chiefs, were removed from duty on July 25 as part of the ongoing wiretapping investigation in Turkey’s southern province of Adana.
The owner of a shack on Istanbul’s Asian side has won his lawsuit against the Kadıköy Municipality over his forced eviction as part of an urban redevelopment project, news website Bianet reported on July 23.
Aerial photos showing the roof of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar have revealed the level of risk for the roof of the historic site, which was further damaged by heavy rains last week.
Nine intelligence officers have disappeared following a criminal probe into the “illegal wiretapping” of gov't officials
Violence seems to be everywhere in and around Turkey these days – including at my front door.
Police officers, including chiefs from the anti-terror department detained as part of a probe into the alleged 'parallel state,' are set to be questioned on accusations that they wiretapped Turkey’s intelligence chief
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