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As you know, Turkey has set some development indicators for the year 2023 and announced them to the public, claiming that these goals will be met by the time our republic is 100 years old. These include hard-to-achieve goals – such as becoming one of the biggest 10 economies in the world.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday said it was time for a new direction in relations with Cuba, during a landmark visit to the Americas' lone communist-ruled state.
Şenol Özbakan, who lives in Bodrum with his 13 golden retrievers that he found on the streets, has thousands of followers on social media
Salon İKSV, which has been one of Istanbul’s most popular venues for art and culture lovers since 2010, offers a vibrant year with a new program starting on Sept 24
For the second year in a row, Singapore has taken the top spot in HSBC’s Expat Explorer country league table, while Switzerland offers the best wages and Sweden is the best for families
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will call on world leaders to pursue a joint stance in the fight against terror without distinguishing between terror groups and to act in solidarity in addressing growing refugee problems during his meetings at the United Nations General Assembly
Ankara has warned officials in the United States that they should detain Pennsylvania-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen before he escapes to another country, in a temporary detention request sent by the Turkish Justice Ministry to Washington on Sept. 13
Turkey ranked as having the worst environment for social entrepreneurs, scoring poorly in most of 12 indicators used to measure political, economic, regulatory and cultural factors, according to Thomson Reuters Foundation survey of almost 900 social enterprise experts in the world’s 45 biggest economies
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has canceled archaeological excavations carried out by Austrians in the ancient site of Ephesus and elsewhere after diplomatic tension between Ankara and Vienna
“Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated,” Mark Twain quipped more than 100 years ago. Now, a 61-year-old Turkish woman is also saying the same thing, but she’s having a tough time convincing authorities that it’s the truth
Deaths from ovarian cancer fell significantly in Western countries from 2002 to 2012 and should continue declining largely thanks to widespread contraceptive pill use, researchers said Tuesday
The number of foreign arrivals to Turkey plunged more than 30 percent in the first seven months of the year, official data showed on Aug. 31
As two film festivals kick off in Canada, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and Montreal World Film Festival one week apart, anticipated Turkish films will compete for coveted awards
Turkey’s’s 1979 deal with the US stipulates the arrest of Fethullah Gülen after the receipt of documents, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ tells the Hürriyet Daily News. ‘Political will is key to implementing the process. We see a lot of interest from the US but no positive outcome,’ he says
The Turkish authorities have seized hundreds of businesses as part of the probe into the failed July 15 military coup attempt, issuing detention orders for dozens of businesspeople, some of whom have been arrested
Three former top Turkish diplomats, including former presidential adviser Gürcan Balık, were arrested on Aug. 27 on charges related to the recent failed coup attempt.
Female police officers in Turkey will now be able to wear a headscarf as part of their uniforms, according to a new regulation published in the Official Gazette on Aug. 27, expanding the scope of previous rulings on the much-debated issue since 2013
Turkey again took the second place after China in terms of the number of contracting companies building the largest volume of projects across the world outside their home countries for the ninth year in a row
Turkey’s Foreign Ministry has called on around 300 diplomats serving at missions abroad to return to the country as part of an investigation into the Fetullahist Terror Organization (FETÖ), which was blamed for the failed July 15 coup attempt
Ambassador Gürcan Balık, who served as the chief advisor to former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu during the latter’s time as foreign minister at the time of various diplomatic crises, has been detained as part of Turkey’s post-coup attempt investigation
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