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The Health Ministry is working on a plan to allow Syrian doctors and nurses in the country to treat Syrian refugees
A group of miners who were laid off at a private coal mine staged a protest in front of the governor’s office in the Black Sea province of Zonguldak on Sept. 17
Resul Pekuslu, a 17-year-old student, lost his life after touching an electric junction box on the sidewalk during a heavy rain shower in the Central Anatolian province of Kütahya
The padlocks on the primary schools that were to provide education in Kurdish in southeastern Turkey were removed, while some public schools were attacked with Molotov Cocktails in response to the initial locks.
The Ankara Public Prosecutors’ Office has demanded the arrest of a Kuwaiti diplomat’s driver, appealing a court decision that released him following an assault of a Turkish pilot in Ankara
As Turkey debates work safety for laborers on private construction projects in the wake of a deadly incident in Istanbul, new pictures have emerged showing that those toiling at public buildings are little better off.
Mutlu earned a reputation not only for police crackdowns, but also for his baffling tweets
The 2014 International Hrant Dink Award has been presented to Fincancı in Istanbul
Schools have come under attack in southeastern Turkey, where the Kurdish issue continues to be a burning subject despite the ongoing peace process
Turkey's Transport Ministry and the Maritime Organization have been ordered to pay 1.4 million Turkish Liras in compensation to the families of four people killed in a 2012 accident.
More than 26,663 vessels have passed through Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait so far this year, marking a remarkable increase in one year
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