Taiwan's TransAsia Airways said 48 people were killed and 10 survived when one of its turboprop passenger planes crashed after an aborted landing during stormy weather
Real Madrid completes its second signing of the summer, as Colombia’s World Cup star James Rodriguez joins Toni Kroos in the star-studded Real squad
The Borsa Istanbul (BIST) 100 index touched the highest point it has seen since May 31, 2013
This is the last week to catch Ara Güler’s never-before-seen works, on display at the Smithsonian in Washington DC since the end of last year
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With less than a month to go to the presidential polls, one has every right to evaluate the statements, policies and positions of any contender – on either internal or external issues – through the prism of the upcoming elections
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For those who frequently attend the invitations at the Palais de France, the residence of the French consul general in Istanbul, Bekir bey and his staff are familiar figures.
Ukrainian forces were hunting for the crew of a downed military plane that Kiev said was "likely" shot down from Russia, as Washington accused Moscow of supplying military hardware to the rebels
Few documents in the history of Mankind have been as influential as the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
The International Energy Agency cut its forecast for 2014 oil demand to 92.7 million barrels a day due to weaker than expected global economic growth
Chaos and carnage rained down on the Tour de France on Wednesday as defending champion Chris Froome crashed out of the race on stage five and Italian Vincenzo Nibali seized control.
The ruling AKP is set to amend a controversial article of its latest Kurdish reform bill, which has been widely criticized as it could be exploited for illegitimate or illegal activities operated or coordinated by public servants.
The OECD has urged the government to introduce necessary reforms to keep the growth robust amid domestic demand and foreign funding dependence
Top US and Chinese officials meet in Beijing to discuss the cooperation between the world’s two biggest economies. Chinese President Xi Jinping says confrontation with the United States would be a ‘disaster’
Hundreds of passengers were evacuated from the Channel Tunnel on Monday after a train broke down due to a problem with overhead wires, resulting in long delays on the crossing between Britain and France.
Turkey’s Economy Ministry has vowed to pursue the punishment of those responsible for an 'orientalist'-toned organization held at the Turkish pavilion in a Parisian textile fair
Business Insider magazine places Istanbul’s Bosphorus in its list of ‘the 50 places in Europe you need to visit in your lifetime'
Fez hats, raunchy outfits for "Ottoman" models and lots of moustache... The Turkish pavillion at the Parisian trade show, Who’s Next, has raised some eyebrows with its "neo-Ottoman tones"
Nicolas Sarkozy hit back after being charged with corruption, denying he broke the law and suggesting his political enemies were interfering with the French justice system
The United States on Wednesday called on Azerbaijan and Armenia to accept an invitation to hold a summit in Paris to try to resolve the frozen conflict of Nagorny Karabakh.
France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy has been charged with corruption and influence peddling after 15 hours of interrogation
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