Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
Devoid of the frenetic activity and artificial illumination that characterizes the strait today, the Bosphorus was once perfect for night-time cruises to enjoy the splendor of the full moon and the best music in the Ottoman Empire
To the left of the Silivrikapı Walls in Istanbul’s Fatih neighborhood, there lies a tomb from the fourth century A.D., which is now in ruins. Known as the Silivri Crypt, the tomb, which has been suffering since its discovery in 1988, is now in its worst state.
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
While assessing the presidential elections that took place Aug. 10, the most surprising results came from the front of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) candidate Selahattin Demirtaş.
Category: MELİS ALPHAN
Istanbul, with its population reaching 14,160,467 at the end of 2013, making the city a “mega city,” being roughly three times larger than Ankara, 6.5 times more populated than Antalya and 187 times more populated than Bayburt.
Greece defeated opponents Turkey 76-72 in a friendly game at Ulker Sports Arena, Istanbul on Aug. 22, their second victory against the Turkish national basketball team in the same week
Eyüp Municipality and pro-Palestine NGOs have staged the dramatic reenactment
Hürriyet reporter Murat Şaka spent four months in Istanbul hostels. Who are the loudest tourists? Which nations go to bed early and which ones simply cannot do it? Here are the answers
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
It was my first time in the Çankaya Presidential Palace after 10 years. I have covered Süleyman Demirel’s presidency as a reporter, but it was a different place then.
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
Beşiktaş, my beloved Black Eagles who are figuratively engraved in my heart and literally on my back, opened the new season with Champions League games late last month.
A woman, who was stabbed 43 times by her husband, is being protected by her neighbors after a court decided they would not arrest the man.
Six police officers were arrested in Turkey on Aug. 22 as part of an ongoing wiretapping investigation in which hundreds of officers have been detained or removed from their posts in recent months.
Saleh Arouri told a conference in Istanbul that Hamas’s military wing carried out the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens
Sare Davutoğlu, will take over from the very influential Emine Erdoğan
An Italian passenger has been taken into quarantine after falling ill during a flight between Nigeria and Turkey
Pando Kaymak, with the fame of its cream, is closing its doors after 119 years of activity
The Uzbek caretakers have reportedly confessed to murder of Jak Karako and his wife
Category: ERSU ABLAK
One of the first rules of IT management is: do not start a project if you have no idea how to follow it thorough.
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
Category: AKİF BEKİ
When the government wanted to stop the misuse of freedom in Twitter, it was regarded as the most ridiculous demand in the world.
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