A change in the White House will provide enormous opportunity for the new U.S. administration to sit down with Turkish leaders and think about issues strategically, the head of the Atlantic Council has said
Category: MELİS ALPHAN
According to a law that came into force in 1983, abortion was legalized in Turkey. Research conducted in 2013 by Ankara-based Hacettepe University revealed that 14 percent of the women in this country have had at least one abortion in their lives.
CEO of Turkey’s national carrier Turkish Airlines, Temel Kotil, has taken over as top official of the country’s aerospace powerhouse Tusas Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI)
English football giant Manchester United demolished Istanbul-based Fenerbahçe 4-1 in a UEFA Europa League Group A game late on Oct. 20, as Fenerbahçe’s troubled start to the season goes from bad to worse
The top executives of Swedish companies have voiced their trust in the Turkish economy despite recent political and economic uncertainties
Fenerbahçe will be chasing another historic success when the Istanbul club visits Manchester United on Oct. 20 for a Europa League game
A few years ago, I was walking around Netsel Marina in Marmaris, where the Marmaris Animal Friends Association was having a fundraising event for animals.
Cameroon forward Vincent Aboubakar hit a brace as Ricardo Quaresma-inspired Beşiktaş ended Napoli’s dreams of making Champions League history with a 3-2 win at the San Paolo on Oct. 19
A Turkish woman was physically attacked after she was verbally assaulted for allegedly “not walking properly” at a supermarket in Istanbul, private broadcaster Show TV has reported
The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (İBB) will launch a tender for an air rail system to link two rapidly developing urban areas on the European side of the city
Both exporters and finance bodies express worried of the Ankara’s decision to leave summer time unchanged due to the time gap with the West
Walnut sweets known as “cevizli sucuk” or “orcik” are loved all over Turkey, but some of the best examples come from the eastern province of Elazığ.
A Turkish animal rights foundation has rescued six kittens that were illegally smuggled into Turkey from Bulgaria after buying them at an auction in the border province of Edirne
The first international performance platform in Turkey to bring performance artists together, Performistanbul, is starting the new season with a series of performances and events that will take place at Art ON Istanbul, BLOK Art Space and Artnivo Project Space.
The pilot who hit the Presidential Palace in Ankara during the July 15 failed coup has said that he hit the building on purpose as part of the coup
A teenage girl went on trial in Germany on Oct. 20 for stabbing a police officer, an assault allegedly "ordered" by the Islamic State organisation but which was not claimed by the jihadist group.
Excavations that have been conducted on Bathonea on the coasts of Küçükçekmece Lake in Istanbul’s Avcılar district have unearthed nearly 700 small ceramic or glass bottles containing antidepressant pills and heart disease drugs.
Global coffee experts often claim that millennials are the ones pushing up the coffee consumption – that is why countries with young populations, like Turkey, show a higher rate of annual increase in coffee consumed.
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
It is another election year in the United States, yet the eternal slogan of Bill Clinton’s re-election campaign is in the silent whispers of businessmen and politicians in Turkey.
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Does this country not have the right to ask why it has an intelligence service? Especially if despite the confession of an officer hours before the failed July 15 coup, the intelligence service learned of what was coming but neither took any measures nor adequately informed the government, meaning the president of the country learned about the coup in the making from his uncle?
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