Greece's new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is set to unveil his anti-austerity coalition government Tuesday, bringing together his radical left-wing party with the nationalist right, after a stunning election win that sent shockwaves through Europe
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
I always dismissed arguments that the eurozone’s time as an economic power was up, pointing out the strengths of the common currency area. But I finally realized that I have been wrong all along.
Germany has decided to stop arms exports to Saudi Arabia because of "instability in the region," German daily Bild has reported
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo acknowledged on Saturday that one of its greatest treasures, the mask of King Tutankhamun, had been crudely glued back together after being damaged, but insisted the item could be restored to its former glory.
Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
Boza has been a favorite drink in the Middle East for thousands of years, but it’s the Ottomans who brought it to perfection
Category: VERDA ÖZER
The Turkish public does not feel safe and secure. This is what the results of the “Survey of Social-Political Tendencies in Turkey” tell us indirectly.
Pro-Russian rebels cemented their hold Friday on a long-disputed airport ceded by Ukrainian troops during an upsurge in clashes that killed nearly 50 people and punctured Europe's latest push for peace in the nine-month war
Chancellor Merkel said Jan. 23 she wanted Greece to 'remain part of our story', ahead of elections this weekend which could sweep the anti-austerity Syriza party to power and determine whether the country stays in the eurozone
German company Heinemann and Turkey’s Unifree have signed a deal to initiate the world’s largest duty-free complex at Istanbul’s under construction third airport.
The leader of a German organization against the perceived "Islamization" of Europe stepped down after online posts surfaced in which he used derogatory language to refer to refugees and posed looking like Adolf Hitler.
Leading cultural, historical and business figures came together on Jan. 21 at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris for a conference on Göbeklitepe, during which participants reiterated their commitment to improving the Neolithic site.
The holder of the ‘Nobel Prize of cookbooks’ for his book ‘Seljuk Cuisine,’ Muhammed Ömür Akkor has finished his long-term
research book offering recipes from regions populated by Islamic cultures during the 7th-12th centuries
With skepticism I watched the solidarity march in Paris on Jan. 11, live on television. I’m far away, in Turkey, far enough to create a distance between what I see on the screen and what I know.
Category: BASKIN ORAN
The massacre of cartoonists coming on the top of vicious terrorism by Islamists has generated two responses among Muslims: 1) “The West asked for it! They deserve it!” 2) “This is not Islam! Islam is a religion of peace.”
A judge presiding over a terror case in Germany has stirred controversy by wearing a T-shirt bearing the signature of an Ottoman sultan
More than 17,000 anti-racism demonstrators took to the streets in several German cities on Jan. 19 to voice opposition to the PEGIDA anti-Islamic movement
Britain's best-selling newspaper The Sun has quietly dropped photos of topless women from page 3, ending a controversial tradition that has lasted decades in a move hailed by feminist campaigners.
Trust in the judiciary is at its lowest level in Turkey today, but the country’s judicial body will be better in future after recent elections also resulted in leftist and Kemalist judges joining the body, according to a high-ranking ruling party member.
Big guns Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova successfully blasted their way into the Australian Open second round yesterday but the Grand Slam dream of Ana Ivanovic was shattered.
Germany’s “anti-Islamization” movement PEGIDA vowed at its first press conference Monday to take to the streets again next week after a march was cancelled over a terrorism threat.
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