Category: YUSUF KANLI
Turkey ranks low on all international lists in regards to rights, liberties and freedoms while also boasting first place in terms of the highest number of newsmen behind bars.
Violent clashes erupted in Hong Kong early Oct. 19 for a second night
Category: MELİS ALPHAN
I have selected art censorship cases from the past three years for you. I selected them because if I had tried to list them all, the whole page of this newspaper would not be adequate.
It appears the so-called “opening” of the government has come to a very critical stage, if not a dead-end. Could it lead anywhere else?
A Turkish nuclear plant to be built by Japanese-French consortium will be ready is set to come online by 2023, the same year as the one hundredth anniversary of the Turkish republic
İsmail Bilir, 70, says he has managed to collect some 150 units of blood in 12 years thanks to the scheme
The dishes of the Roman era are being served at a restaurant opened in Antalya by a Japanese academic who was inspired by the Galen of Pergamon in preparing the popular dishes
'If you cannot object to pre-marital sex, your objections to babies being raped are just crocodile tears' said the mufti of Samsun, prompting the Diyanet to launch an internal investigation
The Doğan Organic Agriculture project in the district of Kelkit in the Black Sea province of Gümüşhane has become an exemplary model for organic sustainability.
Three police officers have died and 33 others were injured when a bus carrying the personnel who secured President Erdoğan’s rally in the in the northeastern Gümüşhane province crashed early Oct. 13
The leader of Turkey’s main nationalist opposition party has strongly urged President Erdoğan to cease holding 'political rallies' during visits which are financed by state funds
Tokat Castle, where Wallachian Prince Vlad III the Impaler, also known as Count Dracula, is said to have been held captive in the early 15th century, will be turned into a tea garden.
Russia’s Gazprom is now working on a detailed price package in line with Turkey’s demand for a discount on natural gas prices, said the company's VP at the fourth International Gas Forum
The president said he expected the support of all political parties and NGOS on the issue
Contact between Erdoğan and Putin came within days after Moscow warned Ankara about seeting up a buffer-zone in Syria
Erdoğan vowed not to bow to 'a few hoodlums' participating in recent protests in support of the Syrian town of Kobane while promising to deal with such enemies 'within democracy'
The construction of the nuclear power plant in Akkuyu will start next spring, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız stated in a press conference on Oct. 10.
A new hydroelectric plant project on the Black Sea coast has this time managed to upset not only environmentalists and locals, but also hippy souls from the 1960s - staunch fans of Volkswagen’s legendary beetle cars
Fundraising to begin building the subsea stretch of the South Stream gas pipeline from Russia across the Black Sea has been postponed until the first quarter of 2015
Erdoğan accuses both the CHP and HDP for the latest wave of unrest that has claimed more than 30 lives
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