Turkey’s top administrative court Council of State has suspended several articles of the ÇED regulation
Category: DEFENSE UPDATE
Turkey’s intentions to build a Chinese long-range anti-missile system may pose security risks, analysts say
Israel’s military pounded targets in the Gaza Strip after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country should prepare for a long conflict in the Palestinian enclave.
Turkey’s football star-turned-politician Hakan Şükür’s heading ability hits the headlines again amid the latest salvos of the AKP-Gülen war
The Ottomans were much more inclined to stay up the whole of the night after they had broken their fast in the evening. After all, sahur or breakfast had to be eaten before the dawn of a new day broke.
An election stand supporting HDP's presidential candidate Demirtaş was physically attacked, while six people who were handing out allegedly illegal propaganda pamphlets targeting joint candidate İhsanoğlu were briefly detained July 26
An estimated 7 million travelers will take to the roads and skies during the traditional 'bayram' holiday
Locals in Artvin province’s Arhavi are resorting to legal action to halt the first such plant planned in the center of a town
Turkey has given the green light to the Environmental Impact Assessment (ÇED) report for the section of the South Stream Offshore Pipeline that will cross the country.
Russia has designated Sochi's Olympic site and the annexed Crimean peninsula as gambling areas on Wednesday, in a bid that casino revenues will boost their development.
The whole of Turkey is facing environmental destruction for the sake of development, industry and investments, Demirtaş has said
Over 500 people formed a three-kilometer-long human chain in Artvin to protest the mine project
Category: FORK & CORK
There is a term in Turkish, very much repeated every mid-summer in Istanbul that can be translated as “to go nuts;” not in the sense of losing one’s mind, but leaving for the countryside for the hazelnut harvest
At least 40 Palestinians were killed on July 20 by Israeli shelling in a Gaza neighbourhood
Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
The holy month of Ramadan is an age-old tradition that brings fasting by the day and celebrations by the night, the faithful keep their bellies empty while the sun sets ablaze, following the Prophet’s plight
Category: BLIND SPOT
BLIND SPOT - They are Emel İhsanoğlu, Tayyibe Erdoğan and Sabahat Demirtaş. All three of them are women. Imagine how different life would be
CHP Manisa Deputy Özgür Özel reacted against the demand, stating that deputies should cover their own expenses in such situations
Activists in Turkey have gathered along several rivers across the country to protest the scores of hydroelectric plant projects (HES) and dams that threaten the environment
Nine areas in Turkey were selected by the WWF among the 100 spots in Europe essential to preserve
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
NATO has visibly increased its presence and military activities in the Black Sea in a bid to display deterrence toward Russia in the wake of the ongoing Ukraine crisis
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