Ground has been broken for the Eurasia tunnel, another mega government project in Istanbul
The new system will allow security forces to check fans' private data
Controversy is growing over changes to Turkey’s Forestry Law, as it has emerged that the new regulation also paves the way for the pouring of excavation waste into forests
The Turkish nation will elect its 'leader' on Aug 10, PM Erdoğan has declared, without openly announcing whether he will run for the presidential office
Christians celebrated Easter with church masses in several cities across Turkey
The head of Turkey’s sole stock exchange has drawn an analogy between the Turkish economy and the famous fable of the tortoise and the hare to underline a warning against the middle-income trap
The 19th İzmir Book Fair opened with the participation of 405 publishing houses and civil society organizations, and 800 poets and writers
Turkish women constitute only a quarter of the country’s 27 million-strong working population, new figures have shown, prompting calls for a change in social attitudes.
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
After months of silence, Turkey’s silent powerhouse has gradually shown signs of opening itself up to the public again
Spanish diva Luz Casal is best known for her voice in the film “Distant Heels” by Pedro Almodovar.
A number of German artists will soon be in Istanbul for an exhibition as part of an exchange project that aims to build cultural dialogue between Istanbul and Dortmund.
Screened as part of the Istanbul Film Festival, the documentary ‘Kêl’ gives a compelling account on how the search of Kurdish fathers, mothers and sons for the bodies of their loved ones is one of justice and peace
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Former Turkish Cypriot President Mehmet Ali Talat summed it up at an Istanbul conference: “If Turkish Cypriots are asked if they wanted to unite with Turkey, 80 percent would say no.
Category: KANAT ATKAYA
While I was searching newspaper archives for “past May Days,” I came across the front page of daily Milliyet of 2001, which had a very funny “number.”
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
In my April 4 column, I noted that the ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) performance in the local elections should not have been a surprise.
Turkish forests have been opened for energy construction with changes to the Forestry Law
The new electoral system is expected to allow the AKP to increase its number of lawmakers by 25
A secondary school has launched an internal probe into 13 teachers for recommending students to read 'Şimdiki Çocuklar Harika'
Turkish luxury leather goods maker Desa, which supplies brands including Prada and Mulberry, is seeking a strategic partner to help take its own label global
Construction mogul IC İçtaş has won the rights to operate the Yeniköy and Kemerköy thermal power plants
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