Category: BLIND SPOT
Every Turkish person has heard something related to the Armenian massacre from their elderly family members… I heard of a river flowing red, a village relocating itself, a baby girl saved from a burning house… Maybe it is the right time to cry all together…
The Louvre Museum in Paris gives a rare glimpse of the Thracian culture in its recent exhibition
A public prosecutor has opened an investigation against 56 villagers in the Black Sea town of Zile who protested against three hydroelectric power plant (HES) projects in their city
A group of Turkish nationalists left black wreaths in front of Agos, the bilingual Turkish-Armenian weekly, in the early hours of April 24 in an apparently aggressive move against the newspaper, whose editor Hrant Dink was murder by a nationalist in 2007
Istanbul and Ankara offer a variety of attractions this week, from concerts by German indie rock band The Notwist and American tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander to a food festival offering the different cuisines of Turkey.
People across Turkey, particularly children, celebrated Sovereignty Day and Children’s Day on April 23, though the deaths of three people in three separate cities and unfavorable weather conditions darkened the festivities
Turkey’s top religious body has registered its disdain at two recent efforts to celebrate Islam
Britain’s last surviving warship from Gallipoli is being restored to mark the bloody campaign’s centenary, as a new exhibition tries to counter myths surrounding the disastrous World War I offensive.
Turkey’s top religious body, the Diyanet, has opened an investigation over a Quran-shaped cake made by a Quran class in the Black Sea province of Tokat in 2013, stating that the cake did not comply with the spirit of the Holy Birth of the Prophet Muhammad and the Quran
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The United States gives importance to the “quality of Turkish democracy” not just in political and economic terms, but also as a security issue, said Victoria Nuland, the US Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs
Italian oil services group Saipem is in constant touch with Gazprom over its plans to build the Turkish Stream pipeline and is in pole position to win contracts if the project goes through, four sources close to the matter said.
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
You probably are getting some heated reactions these days from my compatriots, the Turks. The reason is obvious...
The Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul and Columbia Global Centers Turkey will host the “Blue Voyagers: the Art of Romare Bearden and Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu” exhibition from April 15 to May 17 at Istanbul’s Sismanoglio Megaro.
Russia’s top gas producer Gazprom warned the European Union on April 13 against moves to block Moscow’s plans to bypass Ukraine as a transit country for its gas to Europe and said it needed guarantees on gas purchases
In his Sunday Mass at the Vatican on April 12, Pope Francis referred to the mass killings during the deportation of Ottoman Armenians in World War I as “widely considered ‘the first genocide of the 20th century.’”
The recent armed attack on the Fenerbahçe team bus should not be surprising, considering the worrying atmosphere of escalating tension around sport in Turkey, a prominent sports journalist has told the Hürriyet Daily News in an exclusive interview.
Turkey’s top flight football will resume with a Ziraat Turkish Cup game on April 14 following a week-long hiatus in the wake of a gun attack on the Fenerbahçe team bus.
Heavy snowfall and harsh winter weather conditions are continuing to adversely affect Turkey, with more heavy snowfall leading to the closure of many roads across the eastern provinces of Rize and Erzurum on April 12.
Everyone knows Çeşme and the nearby Alaçatı, but few have ever gone to seven more great places on the western Turkish peninsula
Category: ŞÜKRÜ KÜÇÜKŞAHİN
When we review the deputy candidate lists, we cannot say, for any party, “Wow, look who they came up with.”
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