Category: MURAT YETKİN
Erdoğan does not seem to care much about broken hearts and splits in politics
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
This week Lesbos is inundated by Turkish tourists due to Bayram and whichever corner you go on the island, which is one of the biggest in Greece, you can hear Turkish
Category: TAHA AKYOL
ISIL, or with its new name the Islamic State (IS), is it an 'issue' reflecting social diseases? Or is it a 'project' staged by imperialists to denigrate Islam?
At least 108 people have been killed and 4,002 injured in crashes across Turkey since July 26, as hundreds of thousands of citizens hit the roads to mark the Eid al-Fitr holiday
Category: ERSU ABLAK
According to research, you need three T’s for innovation and economic development: Talent, tolerance and technology
Hoping to return to Champions League football after five years of absence, Turkish Super League side Beşiktaş starts the third qualifying round with a game against Feyenoord in Rotterdam tonight
Turkey’s top administrative court Council of State has suspended several articles of the ÇED regulation
Turkey has gotten used to spending without producing over the last decade, but this old model is not beneficial for today’s economy, the head of ISO has said.
Category: AHMET HAKAN
PM Recep Tayyip Erdoğan can never face any kind of candidate in the conservative camps because he is some kind of a “terminator.”
Turkey’s presidential hopefuls have continued campaigning by sending text messages to mobile phone users.
A Turkish court ordered that 11 more police officers be kept in custody pending trial over accusations that they used wiretaps to spy on PM Erdoğan and his inner circle
Miraculously none of the 52 passengers were hurt as a bus travelling from Istanbul to Çanakkale caught on fire
The main opposition claimed a construction permit was granted for Istanbul’s Sevda Tepesi after Saudi Arabia sent $100 million to a charity that counts the PM’s son as one of the board members
A video allegedly showing jihadists gathered for prayer in the rural part of Istanbul has sparked concerns
Turkey is considering employing foreign doctors in order to fill vacancies in public hospitals, with Greek professionals being one of their main targets, Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu has said
Turkey has now become a market country for the latest craze of bonzai, according to a psychiatrist working on the issue
A photo, taken from the film “The Pianist” depicts the pain that Jews went through during the World War II. The war was over; it was the end of Hitler. Russians had entered Berlin.
Category: GİLA BENMAYOR
In Turkey, 99 percent of companies are small- and medium-sized enterprises, in other words, SMEs.
Twenty people were wounded when a public bus crashed into a wall after its driver lost control in Istanbul on July 29.
Turkey’s football star-turned-politician Hakan Şükür’s heading ability hits the headlines again amid the latest salvos of the AKP-Gülen war
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