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The mobile phones of suspect police officers, who were being questioned over wiretapping claims, were confiscated
A textile factory in the northwestern provinces of Bursa caught fire July 28, triggering fears that the blaze could spread.
They can only be seen up close, a Turkish official has said
At least 41 people were killed in crashes across Turkey over the weekend, as hundreds of thousands of citizens hit the roads to mark the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Some experts claim the change in the quality of water is carcinogenic
The Turkish Historical Society has released historical photographs from World War I to mark the 100th anniversary of the war
The gov't has announced that it spent 209 million TL, on health treatments for Syrian refugees
Bengü has been denied entry into a Greek island for having a Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus visa on her passport
An estimated 7 million travelers will take to the roads and skies during the traditional 'bayram' holiday
There people were killed when a public bus caught fire in Istanbul on July 27.
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.
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