Turkey’s low cost carrier Pegasus wants to secure licenses to serve new routes, particularly in Russia, the Middle East and North Africa, company CEO Sertaç Haybat has said
Former President Abdullah Gül has contradicted Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, stressing that he was not informed before the latter figure visited the U.S.-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gülen in 2013.
The Istanbul Tanpınar Literature Festival will be held from May 4 to 8 with the theme ‘City and Frontiers,’ hosting dozens of writers from various countries
Bold Pilot, arguably the most successful thoroughbred racehorse born and raised in Turkey that has been holding the Gazi Race record for 19 years, dies at the age of 22
The Turkish capital’s eccentric mayor has held his promise and removed a controversial Transformers-esque robot statue ‒only to replace it with a large dinosaur figure.
The southern province of Mersin will liven up by launching the 14th Mersin International Music Festival tonight. The festival will host world renowned names of music until May 24
The main opposition CHP has managed to steal some of the thunder of the ruling AKP by unveiling an economic package for the upcoming elections that will force whoever forms the next government to address the issues that have been raised, according to economist Güngör Uras.
Atatürk Airport in Istanbul broke its air traffic record on April 26 when a total of 1,338 planes took off and landed
As lanterns fly in the skies of Ankara in the early hours of April 25 to mark the centennial anniversary of the World War I campaign in Gallipoli, Turkey’s national media discovered Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s mausoleum has new company in the capital’s skyline: The much-speculated, new presidential palace.
This year’s Anzac Day marks the centenary of the Gallipoli landing, a significant historic event for both Australia and Turkey.
A Turkish Airlines plane bound for Milan makes an emergency landing at Istanbul Airport after one its engines catches fire
Thousands gather on Gallipoli Peninsula for an Anzac Day dawn service to mark the centenary of the landing of Allied troops
Turkey on April 24 hosted world leaders to commemorate the centenary of the World War I battle of Gallipoli, sending out a message of reconciliation -- and patriotic pride over one of the most dramatic Ottoman victories of the war.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the international children’s theater festival titled “Little Ladies, Little Gentlemen” in Ankara starting April 24
As the entire country celebrated National Sovereignty and Children’s Day on April 23 with various activities, the day which has a highly symbolic importance for the foundation of the Republic of Turkey offered a unique opportunity for political leaders to deliver messages on their primary issues
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
Today’s column will study the main opposition CHP's plan for foreign policy under the title “the vision for citizens and value-based foreign policy.”
Turkey commemorates National Sovereignty Day and Children’s Day on April 23 with several ceremonies across the country
Turkish Airlines has aborted the landings of three of its airliners at Atatürk Airport due to stray dogs that invaded the runway
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Drivers turn up the volume when the opposition leader is on the news, indicating his words have started to echo in the public.
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
With the elections nearing, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has started to spell out more clearly the kind of presidential system he wants for Turkey.
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