Serbians began voting in snap elections Sunday, with the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) tipped to capitalise on a wave of public support after successfully opening EU membership talks.
Sultans of Istanbul, a Turkish-run business selling baklava and other classic Turkish sweets is doing a roaring trade in the Serbian capital of Belgrade
Stanislas Wawrinka turns his mind to affairs of national importance this weekend as he leads Switzerland into battle against last season's beaten finalists Serbia in the Davis Cup World Group first round
A French court Tuesday rejected an appeal for residency for the family of a Roma schoolgirl whose deportation sparked outrage and student protests in the country.
Having broken its own historical record after world famous writer Dan Brown’s recent book ‘Inferno’ was published, Istanbul’s Basilica Cistern was visited by over 2.2 million people in 2013
Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
Sultan Ahmed III who was born 340 years ago this coming week gave us the fabulous Sadabad, a setting for palace, poetry, music and entertainment whose fame has long outlasted its existence
Turkey is against all extremist groups that are fighting in Syria and “favors any measures” taken against them, FM Davutoğlu told European Union envoys
Novak Djokovic failed to lead Serbia to a Davis Cup triumph Nov 17, but a streak of 24 straight victories left him upbeat for next season
Polls opened in Kosovo's flashpoint town where ethnic Serbs were set to cast ballots under heavy security
Turkey’s low-cost carrier Pegasus’ profit showed a fall in the last quarter but the company’s gross profit rose considerably
Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdağ has attempted to smooth over an internal party row between Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç and the prime minister
Fenerbahçe Ülker maintained its 100 percent record in Euroleague with a 78-88 victory in Belgrade
Deputy Prime Minister has admitted his remarks seeking to negate the prime minister’s harsh stance
Anadolu Efes earned a hard-fought 72-61 win over Zalgiris Kaunas at their home court of Abdi İpekçi Arena bouncing back after last week’s defeat in Euroleague Group B
Authorities in Kosovo said on Wednesday they would repeat a municipal election in a small ethnic Serb stronghold
Outbreaks of violence and a low turnout marred key local elections in Kosovo on Nov 3
Polls opened Sunday in key local elections in Kosovo that are being closely watched by the European Union amid fears of a boycott by minority Serbs
Anadolu Efes tasted its first defeat in the Euroleague this season, after being edged 88-86 at the German champions Brose Bamberg’s hardwood
Fenerbahçe Ülker confirmed its Euroleague ambitions by crushing the Russian powerhouse 86-60 at their home court of Ülker Arena. Archrivals Galatasaray, meanwhile, lost 84-57 against Malaga
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made it apparent after coming to power that he does not like diplomacy or diplomats.
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