Category: MELİS ALPHAN
The same reply comes whenever we ask why we need so many coal mines, so many hydroelectric power plants (HES) and so many thermic power plants: “We need a lot of energy.”
Rescue workers find bodies of two Chinese miners after collapse in Turkey's Bartın
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
Two years after the second sequel to this column’s “headlines” series and having just commemorated the Republic’s 91th anniversary, here we go again with more headlines from the Istanbul press in the year 2023:
Saipem 7000, the world’s second largest crane vessel, is currently passing through the Bosphorus on its way to Bulgaria to take part in the huge energy projects.
A $2 billion dollar plant, set to be built near Karabiga in Çanakkale on the shores of the Marmara Sea, raises controversy as concerns regarding endangered species were ignored in the assessment report
A local court has sentenced five managers of the Karadon mine in theonguldak to between five and 10 years in prison each in the trial into a deadly accident that cost the lives to 30 workers
The liquor service class is currently mandatory in the 'bar' and 'service' sections of the 11th and 12th grades of vocational high schools that specialize in hotel management and tourism
Turkish warplanes have confronted Russian jets over the Black Sea, as NATO aircraft also tracked Russian strategic bombers over the Atlantic and sorties of fighters over the Baltic
It was 100 years ago today that two Russian ports were bombarded by ships of the Imperial Ottoman Navy under a German commander
It would be a very long list if the past year’s mass tree cuttings were all counted. Even the list of what happened in the past two weeks makes one’s heart ache
A top Turkish court has suspended a bill that cleared the way for construction projects in national parks if it is considered in line with 'general public interest'
A district administration in Tokat has decided to start using two multicopter drones to prevent the traditional firing of weapons during weddings.
A Beşiktaş club striving for European success will face Partizan in a maiden Belgrade visit tonight
The migration away from the beach marks the transition from summer to fall in places like Kilyos on Istanbul’s northern coast. But while swimming is no longer a possibility, the coast in autumn offers its own delights
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
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
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