Associated Press photographer Burhan Özbilici has won the 2017 World Press Photo competition for his image of a gun-wielding off-duty Turkish police officer standing over the body of Russia’s ambassador Andrei Karlov, whom he had just fatally shot.
Ballast Nedam, owned by Turkey’s Rönesans Holding, will undertake the renovation works of the Amsterdam ArenA stadium, one of the hosts of the 2020 European Championships, said the company in a statement on Feb. 1.
Turkish Airlines and Pakistan International Airlines have agreed to expand their codeshare cooperation, including new routes, as of Feb. 1, Turkey’s national flag carrier said in a statement on Jan. 26.
France on Dec. 22 inaugurated the world’s first “solar highway,” a road paved with solar panels providing enough energy to power the street lights of the small Normandy town of Tourouvre
Category: TOLGA TANIŞ
When Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ visited Washington, he made a very good comment on the Gülen community in a meeting at SETA.
The Fifth International Clarinet Festival will be held between Sept. 16 and 25 in Istanbul, centered on the theme “Istanbul is breathing”
The star of a new exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum is not one of the Dutch painter's flamboyant masterpieces, but a rough sketch by a junior French provincial doctor
A chain of Texas charter schools linked to the movement of U.S.-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen has been accused of fraud and financial malfeasance worth over $18 million
German property firms expect a boom in Frankfurt as financial businesses move activities and staff out of London in the wake of Brexit, an industry survey showed on July 11
The world has paid tribute to the victims of an apparent Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) attack at Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport on June 28
Category: YUSUF KANLI
However light the issue might be approached, the bitter fact is that the British referendum over whether to stay in or leave the European Union has created a totally new situation for both the EU and the former empire upon which it was assumed the sun would never set
Category: KANAT ATKAYA
The Royal Theater Carre in Amsterdam, which reflects the air of the end of 19th century when it was constructed (and renovated in 2004, remaining loyal to its original state) was jammed-packed on Thursday night, June 23
Amsterdam-born Turkish artist Karsu Dönmez, who gained fame in her young age for her songs and voice, has won the Edison Jazz Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the Netherlands
Turkey’s Acıbadem Hospitals Group, which recently bought Bulgaria’s largest health groups for 125 million euros, is now considering investments in Serbia and Romania in a bid to double growth figures over the next five years, group chair Mehmet Ali Aydınlar has said
A Dutch journalist of Turkish descent who was briefly detained by Turkish police after tweeting critical remarks about President Erdoğan has said her Amsterdam apartment has been broken into
The Istanbul Theater Festival will raise its curtain for the 20th time this year with 32 performances, nine from abroad and 23 from Turkey
The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassador of the Netherlands earlier this week in order to voice unease over cartoons depicting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, while the Dutch ambassador used the opportunity to ask Turkish authorities to clarify a call made to Turks in the Netherlands to report individuals who insult Turkey or its president
A drunk Polish homeless man who triggered a major security alert at Amsterdam airport by claiming to be a "terrorist" faces charges of sparking a bomb hoax, prosecutors said April 14
Most of the European Union’s requirements to grant Turkish citizens visa-free travel have been completed, a top diplomat has said, while Turkey’s EU minister said Turkish nationals could expect travel to the EU without a visa by June
Turkey’s minister for European Union Affairs and the chief negotiator with the bloc, Volkan Bozkır, held talks with Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders as the ministers of the bloc were in Amsterdam to attend an EU ministers meeting on April 11-12
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