Turkish authorities have prevented a Dagestani man from joining the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) thanks to his mistake in presuming that Ankara is a seaside city and his twin brother's Whatsapp plot.
Residents of Kadıköy along with members of several rights groups and environmental organizations have protested the foul odor coming from a central creek that has been severely polluted by sewage water and environmental waste in the Kadıköy district of Istanbul’s Asian side
A public road project which includes separate lanes for bicycles and pedestrians, and which narrowed Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait by eight meters on the European side of the city, has been put into service.
Turkey’s number of fish sees a substantial fall due to overfishing activities by boats. Authorities urge a new law for recreation of productive marine environment for fish species, with some facing extinction
Police in İzmir have collected substandard life vests from Syrian migrants, who buy them prior to their attempts to cross the Aegean Sea to Greece
The Russian Energy Ministry has sent a draft intergovernmental agreement on the “Turkish stream” project to the Turkish side, a source in the ministry told Russian news agency TASS on July 28
Recent bomb scares have put people across Turkey on high alert, as a large number of bomb threats have been faced over less than two weeks in multiple provinces
Turkey is well placed and an increasingly significant hub for oil and natural gas transit from the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia to Europe and the Atlantic, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has said.
The pollution in one of Istanbul’s central creeks has reached an excessive level, as the creek was recently seen covered with black-colored bubbles and emitting an unbearable smell.
The Turkish Meteorological Service has warned of an upcoming heat wave across the country, saying it would push temperatures higher than expected starting this week, daily Hürriyet reported on July 27
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The Taiwanese wife of the killed Turkish police officer in Diyarbakır bid farewell to her husband with her own traditional prayers
Restoration work will begin next year at a Genoese castle, which is on UNESCO’s Temporary World Heritage List, in the Black Sea province of Düzce, officials have said
The eighth International Painting Festival has begun in the Black Sea province of Trabzon with the participation of 40 female artists from 20 different countries under the auspices of Femin&Art, a female artist collective
Two sand coasters crashed late on July 21 off Istanbul’s northern Riva coast in the Black Sea, with one sinking as a result of the accident
More than 6 million people traveled during the Eid holiday across Turkey, with around 5 million of them traveling by bus, 700,000 by air and 300,000 by rail, according to data compiled by Anadolu Agency
Turkish developer Garanti Koza will build a 240 million euros ($260 million) commercial and residential complex in Sofia, one of the biggest private-sector property projects in Bulgaria, the company said on July 21
Turkey’s growing medical tourism industry has been growing quickly, but the sector is eyeing even greater profits over the next decade, hoping to become the destination for the 650 million living in the region, according to the head of the Turkey Health Tourism Development Council
Ukrainian and U.S. troops launched fresh drills July 20 near the war-torn country’s Polish border in a bid to show unity and resolve in the face of an increasingly resurgent Kremlin
The women of Turkey’s Black Sea region have become a symbol of the protection of nature during the latest protest against the Green Road project targeting the region.
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