Category: MURAT YETKİN
A Turkish intelligence source speaking on the condition of anonymity said the vulnerability of companies’ servers that are out of Turkey are being investigated
The NATO Summit will demonstrate NATO’s capabilities as a military alliance, British Ambassador to Turkey Richard Moore told the Hürriyet Daily News, ahead of the alliance’s Sept. 4-5 meetings in Wales
The merger unites all of Doğan core fields of activities, including investments in the media, energy, retail, industrial, real estate marketing, tourism and financial services sectors, under one holding company
According to Michael Werz from American Progress Center, 'Washington is seeking ways to give the message that in Turkey, the Constitution gives the executive authority to the prime minister'
President Erdoğan to address spying claims with US, UK leaders
Category: İSMET BERKAN
Over the past few days I am sure you’ve seen in many newspapers, including daily Hurriyet, about the results of the new Transition from Primary to Secondary Education (TEOG) exams
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
Erdoğan drew a clear line between Atatürk and himself, defining the time in between (from 1938 to 2014) as some form of a deviation from the ideal presidency
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan became the 12th president of the Turkish republic Aug. 28 through three ceremonies in Ankara.
Although the Netherlands has decided to end its contribution to NATO’s deployment of Patriot anti-ballistic missile systems in Turkey at the end of January, the alliance’s deployments will continue, a Turkish diplomat has told HDN
Here are the impressions from the ruling party’s congress in Ankara
Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has elected Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu as its new chair during its extraordinary congress at the Ankara Arena Sports Hall. Here are the live updates as they happened throughout the day
Edward Nalbandian has announced his attendance to President-elect Erdoğan’s inauguration
The building in a coastal Marmara town was used as a Greek school in the 19th century
Sedat Ergin, Hürriyet’s new editor-in-chief, has been introduced to the employees of Turkey’s leading newspaper
The future of economy ministers has been a key concern for investors since the presidential elections, but expectations for the team to retain their posts have strengthened in the past few days
If you are an observer of Turkish foreign policy, do yourself a favor and read the long interview in yesterday’s Hürriyet Daily News with Ambassador Murat Özçelik.
The Foreign Ministry has denied a report claiming Turkey did not allow a German aircraft carrying humanitarian aid to northern Iraq to land at İncirlik airbase
Yazidis have started to settled in a camp established by Turkey’s disaster agency in the Zakho region of Northern Iraq
Ankara warned Berlin that such practices would also harm the two countries’ cooperation in providing international security
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