Category: BLIND SPOT
You and your kids have to live with the kid raised by the minibus driver who steers toward you for another 70 years in the same country…
Efforts were still ongoing to rescue the 18 workers still trapped underground at a mine in Turkey’s Karaman province as officials adopted a harsher tone against the owners
Gianni Pittella has urged the Turkish government to allow fighters from the People’s Protection Units (YPG) to use Turkish territory to cross into Kobane.
A leading dissident within Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) resigned from her party on Oct. 31, issuing a statement severely criticizing CHP policies
The head of Turkey’s leading business club has expressed 'disappointment' over the current phase of the government-led peace process, which he said he regards as 'a sine qua non for carrying out development and democratization.'
The country is marking the 91st anniversary of the foundation of the Republic of Turkey on Oct. 29 with celebrations being held at the newly built 'Ak Saray'
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Will Turkey be able to maintain inner peace? Will Turkey be able to jump out of the middle-income and middle-democracy trap? Will Turkey manage to remain the only secular democracy in the Islamic world?
Erdoğan has announced the cancelation of his Republic Day reception amid plans to travel to Karaman
Administrators at the Akşemsettin Anadolu İmam Hatip High School, a religious vocational high school in central Istanbul, have begun segregating genders
Katmerciler Ekipman has announced that it won the tender to supply 65 riot control vehicles with water cannons, with the infamous TOMAs no doubt becoming one of the best investment prospect in Turkey's economy
Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoğlu’s 78-year-old shop, one of the last owned by a non-Muslim on Istanbul’s historic İstiklal avenue, but a new regulation pushing gentrification may soon force its closure
A coal mine collapse in southern Anatolia has cast a shadow on the Republic Day celebrations in the Turkish capital, as everyone desperately awaits good news from the coal mine where 18 miners are trapped
Three mining companies have been mining without informing each other, Turkey's leading mining association says in a statement on the latest mine disaster, adding that the Energy Ministry did nothing to rectify the matter
Category: TARHAN ERDEM
I am uncomfortable with Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu’s style; I will discuss with you whether this style is genuine or false.
PM Davutoğlu has refuted any prospect of moving forward the general election scheduled for June 7, 2015
The killing of three unarmed Turkish soldiers, strolling around in their civilian clothes during their weekend leave on Oct. 25 in Yüksekova further escalated the tension in the Kurdish issue
There is no flaw in the new composition of the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors, many of whose new members have been either elected or appointed by the president, Justice Minister Bozdağ says
The island of Bozcaada is getting ready to host the very first International Festival of Ecological Documentaries. National and international premieres from 22 countries, as well as panels and an exhibition, will be part of the festival running between Oct 30 and Nov 2
The government has toughened its rhetoric over the embattled Kurdish peace process, in the wake of the killing of three off-duty soldiers in Hakkari
Main opposition CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu has taken aim at the government over the latest wave of violence in Turkey’s eastern provinces, asking whether the state “really exists” in the region
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