Centered on how the theme of ‘saltwater’ ties Istanbul together, İKSV’s 14th Istanbul Biennial will start this weekend at real and unreal venues across the city
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Pictures of the dead body of a small boy swept to Turkey’s Aegean cost on the morning of Sept. 2 shattered the hearts of millions in the country
The United States is co-hosting drills in the Black Sea with what is left of Ukraine's devastated navy, which lost about two thirds of its sailors and ships after Russia seized Crimea last year.
President Xi Jinping announced on Sept. 3 he would cut troop levels by 300,000 as China held its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War Two, an event shunned by most Western leaders
One miner was killed and another was wounded in an accident at a coal mine in the Tavşanlı district of Turkey’s Kütahya province on Sept. 2
Two miners have died due to carbon dioxide poisoning at an unlicensed mining facility in Turkey’s Black Sea province of Zonguldak
A man who attempted to break up a fight between an official and two people who sought to go swimming in the Black Sea province of Zonguldak in their underwear has been taken to hospital after sustaining serious stab wounds.
Turkey’s exports decreased by 4.9 percent to $10.48 billion in August year-on-year largely due to fluctuations in parity and geopolitical risks, the Exporters’ Assembly of Turkey (TİM) announced on Sept. 1
With the end of the seasonal fishing ban on Sept. 1, fishermen set off to sea in the early hours of the morning in coastal cities around Turkey, with high hopes of making a good start to the fishing season.
Disasters will become more frequent and dangerous because of climate change, but also because governments in Turkey are continuing practices that increase risks, according to a local expert in the field. ‘Disasters are man-made. Populist rhetoric is distancing us from solutions,’ warns Professor Mikdat Kadıoğlu
Three police officers and a civilian have been killed and five policemen and one civilian wounded in attacks staged by suspected members of the outlawed PKK
After a Turkish university professor and his team collected an unprecedented amount of data on life expectancy in Turkey, daily Hürriyet reporters visited the miracle towns, spoke to their inhabitants and learned from them how they live and age.
Erdoğan has been an 'unusual president' since he took the oath exactly one year ago. Here are the most interesting images from his political career so far
Amid a rise in physical attacks against surgeons in Turkey, with several doctors killed in recent years, medics are increasingly choosing not to specialize in surgical fields less to specialize in because of the rise in violence against surgeons
Two workers have died and 13 others have been injured in multiple incidents across Turkey
The leading country in marine and port projects in the world, the Netherlands, will be a model for Turkey’s ports within an environmentally-friendly Green Port implementation
Catastrophic rain that killed eight people in the Black Sea region of Artvin has revealed an illegal dumping site, as floodwater dragged piles of garbage towards the coast.
Some 100 villagers, who were trapped in their houses in the mountainous region of Turkey’s Black Sea province of Artvin’s Hopa district that was struck by heavy rain and floods, were saved three days later after the disaster
Category: İSMET BERKAN
Indeed, the country has huge problems. Terror has revived; we get news of deaths every day.
With the Black Sea province of Artvin suffering floods after disastrous rain and landslides that killed eight people, experts believe the many hydroelectric power plants being constructed in the area and clogged culverts triggered the deadly phenomenon
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