Czech football player Frantisek Rajtoral was found dead on April 23 in his home in the southeastern province of Gaziantep, police said. He was 31.
The European Union’s executive stepped up pressure on Poland and Hungary on April 12 to take in asylum seekers under the bloc’s migration plan or risk legal action if their reluctant governments refuse
Category: EURASIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT
Dr. Akkan Suver, the president of the Marmara Group Foundation, which organizes the 20th Eurasian Economic Summit, responds to questions by Hürriyet Daily News on the two decades of the event and this year’s agenda
The 34th International Ankara Music Festival will kick off on April 4 with a concert by the State Polyphonic Choir. The festival will host world-renowned musicians until the end of April
World Ski Championship of Journalists was held on March 28 at the French Alps, during the 63rd meeting of the Ski Club of International Journalists (SCIJ).
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said Turkey is being “unfairly criticized” by the European Union
ArtAnkara, a contemporary art event, is set to take place in the Turkish capital between March 16 and 19, with the participation of 600 international and Turkish artists
Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto has said the security of the European Union depends on Turkey's stability
The U.S.-based Procter and Gamble (P&G) has made its 250 million-Turkish lira ($70 million) investment in the northwestern province of Kocaeli’s Gebze district online and signaled new investments, as reported by Reuters on Feb. 28.
Turkey suffered the largest decline in freedoms among 195 countries over the past year, an annual report published by the Washington-based Freedom House showed on Jan. 31.
A three-week-old baby orangutan charmed crowds at a Czech zoo on one of its first public outings, clinging tight to its mother and attempting a few clumsy climbs.
Turkish professor Gökhan Halıcı has been invited once again to Antarctica to conduct a scientific research on the categorization of lichen and bryophytes, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Dec. 25.
Winning cartoons from the 33rd Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Contest and other select caricatures have gone on display at Istanbul’s Okan University Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture.
The Czech Republic has delivered its promised chandeliers to Turkish Parliament to replace the chandeliers in the Honorary Hall that were destroyed during the failed July 15 coup attempt
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
We have the usual slew of condemnations and condolences from Europe after the twin bombings in Istanbul by a group attached to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which left 36 policemen and eight ordinary citizens, almost all of them young people, dead and 155 injured.
Turkish and Russian officials will meet in Turkey on Dec. 14 to discuss a possible cease-fire and corridor to evacuate civilians from war-torn Aleppo, as Syrian pro-government forces march toward retaking the entire city
Turkey has obtained information about two Czech citizens who were caught illegally crossing the Turkish border into Iraq, and are suspected to have links to the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Unit (YPG), Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said
Leaders from around the world have issued statements condemning the deadly attacks on Dec. 10 in Istanbul that killed at least 44 people and injured 150 others
The 33rd Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Contest held a ceremony on Nov 22 to present awards to winners. This year’s winner was Italian cartoonist Marco De Angelis
Two Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) militants of Czech origin were captured by Turkish security forces on Oct. 13 in the southeastern Turkish province of Şırnak.
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