Category: MURAT YETKİN
PM and President-elect Erdoğan announced FM Ahmet as his successor in the ruling AK Parti on Aug. 21, after a four-hour executive board meeting
Britain will not work with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to combat Islamic State fighters in the country, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Friday.
Category: ERSU ABLAK
One of the first rules of IT management is: do not start a project if you have no idea how to follow it thorough.
WILCO ON THE ROAD - The Island of Lesbos is an island full of mystery, wonder and great hotels that keep that ‘homey’ feeling, reminiscent of vacationing in a camper
Category: ERDAL SAĞLAM
In the global markets, an opinion has started to form that geopolitical risks are decreasing. While that opinion has been shaped, an optimistic atmosphere has grown and the markets have recovered since last week.
Arsenal, aiming to reach the group stage for the 17th season in a row, will be happy to have survived their tricky trip to Istanbul, especially after Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey was sent off in the 80th minute
Harvard and Koç University’s summer school hosts local and foreign students for Ottoman Turkish classes every year on Turkey’s picturesque Cunda Island, off the Aegean coast
Beşiktaş is hoping to get a result that will maintain its hopes of adavancing to the Champions League group stage until the second leg in London as the Istanbul club hosts Arsenal in the playoffs
It is known that we were entering critical days both nationwide and globally. While this critical process is approaching, we see that data regarding Turkish economy is also deteriorating and bad signals are increasing.
Category: NİLGÜN TEKFİDAN GÜMÜŞ
The West is in alarm because of the threat from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Issues like protecting Yazidis and other minorities are being evaluated
'The right policy is neither Arabist, nor Kurdist but to push for democracy and human rights,' Turkey's former ambassador to Iraq, Murat Özçelik, tells Hürriyet in an interview
Turkey earned 486 million Turkish liras ($224.5 million) from the two bridges over the Bosphorus in Istanbul and toll roads in the first seven months of 2014
Israeli police on Aug. 17 blocked more than 200 far-right Israeli protesters from rushing guests at a wedding of a Jewish woman and Muslim man
Two climbers and their guide have fallen 800 metres to their death in the Mont Blanc range, police said on Monday, the latest in a series of tragedies on Europe's highest mountain.
Created as an act of resistance to the siege of the city during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, the Sarajevo Film Festival opened on Aug. 15 to celebrate its 20th anniversary
Kurdish peshmerga fighters backed by US warplanes pressed a counter-offensive against jihadists Monday after retaking Iraq's largest dam alongside federal forces
Kyiv forces battled into a key rebel bastion as pro-Russian rebels shot down a Ukrainian fighter jet over east of the country
Pope Francis reached out to China on the penultimate day of his visit to South Korea on Sunday, urging a closer dialogue and insisting that Catholics did not view Asia with the mentality of "conquerors."
A host of Olympic and world champions will compete in the European championships from Monday looking to land crucial early blows just two years out from the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Iraqi Kurdish fighters backed by US warplanes have retaken the country's largest dam from jihadists, Kurdish officials said, as the United States and Britain step up their military involvement
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