Category: FOLDED CORNER
FOLDED CORNER - ‘Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination’ by Stefan Ihrig (Harvard University Press, 311 pages, $30)
Trio Pax, recently formed by three musicians, will play tonight for Turkish harpist Ceren Necipoğlu, who died in a plane crash in 2009
Nuri Bilge Ceylan raised the Palme d’Or prize and his fist at the Cannes Film Festival. It is one of the most important prizes in world cinema; maybe the most important.
With the ruling party unwilling to probe Iranian links with alleged corruption in Turkey, opposition parties CHP and MHP plan a trip to Tehran to investigate
Category: ERSU ABLAK
TED talks make us all think harder about various amazing phenomena. Their subjects range from personal experience to scientific projects, from minor daily acts to huge social behavioral patterns.
From herring to reindeer meat to ‘glögg,’ a trip to Stockholm just before Christmas offers the palate something different from the usual Turkish fare
Tourism representatives hope that Pope Francis’ Turkey visit may contribute to reviving faith tourism, which has been slowing down due to conflicts in the surrounding region
Category: YUSUF KANLI
The secularist neighborhood is very much in disarray nowadays. Some sadistically enjoy what is happening to the people belonging to the Fethullah Gülen Islamist brotherhood
An Istanbul court has postponed the “coup attempt” case against 35 members of Beşiktaş’s çArşı supporters’ group until April 2, amid a mixture of mockery and horror at the controversial trial.
New York’s MoMA examines uneven urban development in Turkey in a new exhibition, addressing six cities, including Istanbul
Birdwatchers wanting to photograph the glaucous gull have been flocking to the Black Sea province of Rize, as the species has not been seen in Turkey for 140 years.
President Erdoğan on Dec. 17 inaugurated a high speed train link from Istanbul to the Anatolian city of Konya
Istanbul’s under-construction third airport should have been planned to be smaller, according to the chairman of TAV Airports
Ahmet İlhan Güler has accused former Trabzon police intelligence head Ramazan Akyürek of 'hiding' information about the attack
The Taliban and ISIL are to blame for Islamophobia in the world, President Erdoğan has stated
Category: TAHA AKYOL
Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç had said of the mysterious Twitter user identified as Fuat Avni, “If what he says is true, then it is grave.”
Many people from Turkey’s Jewish community are leaving the country after the increased threats and attacks
The current showdown between Turkey’s Constitutional Court, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has been a long time coming.
A trial against 35 individuals associated with Beşiktaş’s football fan group çArşı on charges of 'attempting to overthrow the government' during last year’s Gezi Park protests has started at Istanbul’s Çağlayan Courthouse. Fans of the three biggest football clubs cheered in support of the suspects
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has extended holiday greetings to the country’s Jewish citizens on the occasion of Hanukkah, which began Dec. 16.
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