Category: AHU ÖZYURT
I can never forget that one sentence from Thomas Friedman’s legendary book on the Middle East, “From Beirut to Jerusalem.”
An estimated 7 million travelers will take to the roads and skies during the traditional 'bayram' holiday
Turkey’s long-awaited high-speed railway line between the capital Ankara and the financial capital Istanbul was finally inaugurated on July 25, only to break down several hours later. Transport Minister Elvan said there was no sign of sabotage but they had 'question marks'
The gov't has announced that it spent 209 million TL, on health treatments for Syrian refugees
Category: İSMET BERKAN
It was the main headlines on the papers the other day that more than 100 police executives were detained within the context of a 'spying investigation' launched in Istanbul
At least eight of police officers, who were sent to court with demands for their arrest as part of operations targeting the “parallel state,” were arrested in Istanbul on July 25.
Some experts claim the change in the quality of water is carcinogenic
The allegations against Turkey-based Azeri 'yoga guru' Professor Akif Manaf are no ordinary sexual assault claims
Başbuğ says he warned the prime minister, while on duty, about suspected activities of certain members of the Police Department and the judiciary
The Union of Chambers of Engineers and Architects (TMMOB) has said 70 lakes will be drained and eight streams dried out for the construction of Istanbul’s third airport, warning of a 'serious water crisis'
Erdoğan has accused Israel of preventing the transfer of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, in his latest verbal salvo against Tel Aviv
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
The police officers who raided the houses of ranking military officers, journalists, academicians and activists five years ago as part of the so called “Ergenekon” and “Balyoz” investigations are now themselves on the receiving end.
Aerial photos showing the roof of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar have revealed the level of risk for the roof of the historic site, which was further damaged by heavy rains last week.
Calls for a boycott of Israeli products circulating on social media have extended to novels penned by Mario Levi, an acclaimed Turkish writer of Jewish descent, drawing criticism at overt anti-Semitism
Turkey’s Central Bank has signaled it will continue 'measured' reductions in interest rates, while preserving its year-end inflation forecast at 7.6 percent
The voting cards for the Aug. 10 Turkish presidential elections were unveiled on July 24
A purge of the military command by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will take place at an upcoming meeting of the Supreme Military Council (YAŞ), the main opposition party has suggested.
'This isn’t done – this is just the beginning,' Erdoğan says during a rally in Adana
Police officers, including chiefs from the anti-terror department detained as part of a probe into the alleged 'parallel state,' are set to be questioned on accusations that they wiretapped Turkey’s intelligence chief
Salih İzzet Erdiş, known by the alias 'Salih Mirzabeyoğlu,' was arrested in 1999 and was initially sentenced to death on charges of 'attempting to overthrow the constitutional order by use of arms'
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