Galatasaray Liv Hospital players refused to attend a team training session late Jan. 19 in protest at a delay in wage payments.
Galatasaray Liv Hospital beats Red Star 65-74 in Belgrade as home fans remember Marko Ivkovic, a Serbian fan who was killed in Istanbul in November
Galatasaray Liv Hospital will take on Red Star Belgrade in a Turkish Airlines Euroleague Last 16 game tonight amid security concerns following the murder of a Serbian fan in Istanbul in the last meeting between the two sides.
The game comes after the murder of a Serbian fan in Istanbul on Nov. 21, 2014, when the sides last met.
A court invader at a Eurocup basketball game got more than he bargained for when he shoved a visiting Turkish side Banvit Bandırma player, but was then sent sprawling to the deck by a full-blown punch from his teammate
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If five prominent Ottomans had not understood the importance of printing Ottoman Turkish books in 1727, many decades would have passed before the right circumstances happened again
China signed a huge deal to finance a high-speed bullet train between Budapest and Belgrade, a key link in Beijing’s expanding network for getting its goods to European markets.
Serbia and Bosnia carry out a pre-dawn sweep of arrests in the massacre of 19 people snatched off a train at the height of the Balkans conflict
Danilo Vucetic says a speedy probe into the killing of Serbian Red Star fan would be significant for normalizing relations between Serbia and Turkey
One suspect has been arrested while six others were released in an investigation into the murder of a Serbian fan who was killed last week in Istanbul
Partizan Belgrade proposed to postpone over security reasons the waterpolo Champions League match with Galatasaray after a fatal stabbing of a Serbian basketball fan in Istanbul
25-year-old Ivkovic was killed during a Euroleague game between Galatasaray and Red Star in Istanbul
Changes brought by the so-called 'Environment' Ministry are 'against logic or science,' experts say
The International Monetary Fund said Nov. 20 it had approved a new stand-by loan for Serbia worth around one billion euros ($1.25 billion) to help it achieve economic reforms.
Construction rules and, even more so, playing without rules!
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic openly clashed with his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama over Kosovo during a fence-building visit Nov. 10, the first to Belgrade in 68 years by an Albanian leader.
Beşiktaş is ready to host Nov. 6 Belgrade’s FK Partizan on match day four of the UEFA Europa League Group C, as the Serbian side hopes to forget the revenge game of a 4-0 defeat
Just when Kosovo appeared to be heading for a degree of stability and normalcy, feuding politicians and fresh corruption scandals have plunged the fledgling Balkan nation into its worst political crisis to date.
It's been quite a year for Novak Djokovic, who is driving towards another year-ending number one spot, recently becoming a proud father and winning his third Paris Masters crown for his 600th ATP victory.
Clever feats of engineering that required precise calculations of slope and hill elevation, Istanbul’s aqueducts crisscrossed the city, bringing water to the imperial city
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