Category: GÜLSE BİRSEL
Hey, did you know they built a Transformer in Ankara? Believe me, this is absolutely correct.
Poets and writers from various countries will be hosted in events in various venues of Istanbul during the Istanbul Poetry and Literature Festival to start on Sept 28
Fenerbahçe boss Dick Advocaat will be on the opposite bench from one of his old charges, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, when his side hosts Feyenoord in a UEFA Europa League Group A match.
Category: FORK & CORK
He steps to the stage like a rock star. All the young chefs are on foot applauding
Turkey’s hoteliers experienced their “emptiest” summer season, as the sector saw the steepest decline in hotel occupancy rates in August
President Francois Hollande said on Sept. 26 that France will completely shut down “the Jungle” migrant camp in Calais and called on London to help deal with the plight of thousands of people whose dream is ultimately to get to Britain.
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said she does not expect Britain to block a Franco-German initiative to deepen military cooperation among the 27 remaining European Union members after Britain’s vote to leave the bloc.
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Thanks to the generous decision of the Turkish government to bridge the period between the four-day Eid al-Adha sacrifice holiday with an “administrative leave,” Turks were provided with a nine-day end of summer opportunity for holidaying.
Two Belgian policemen were arrested for helping a group of migrants return to France after they wound up in Belgium by mistake while heading to Calais, officials said Sept. 22.
Badly conceived and economically wrong, the euro is at the heart of most of the eurozone’s problems such as stagnation, unemployment and the rise of the far-right, Nobel-prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz told AFP on Sept. 13
At the neoclassical Concert House in Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt, busts of German composers Beethoven, Bach and Handel looked on as the 65 musicians took their seats for a sold-out weekend concert.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Sept. 11 there would be new attacks in France but proposals by former president Nicolas Sarkozy to boost security was not the right way to deal with threats
Designer Alexander Wang is, by his own description, a total sneakerhead. He once even designed a whole clothing collection around them, with dresses, tops and handbags emulating his favorite sneaks, like the classic white-and-green Adidas Stan Smith
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
“I remember how cool we use to feel two years ago when we went abroad to invite artists to perform in Istanbul,” said Murat Abbas, the general director of the Zorlu Performing Arts Center. “Turkey – and Istanbul especially – were very popular. Everybody wanted to come.”
Russian Foreign Ministry announced on Sept. 8 that Israeli and Palestinian leaders have agreed “in principle” to meet in Moscow for talks in what the Russians hope will relaunch Mideast peace talks after a more than a two-year break
On a cobblestone street in central Belgrade, amid designer boutiques and trendy snack bars, stands a small perfume shop that is the last keeper of a dying craft and a witness to the Serbian capital's turbulent history
One of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant's (ISIL) top leaders, Abu Mohamed al-Adnani, described by the US as the "principal architect" of the group's attacks on the West, has been killed in Syria, the jihadist organisation announced
France said on Aug. 30 it wanted to halt thorny EU-U.S. trade talks as French President Francois Hollande said there would be no deal at least until after U.S. President Barack Obama leaves office in January
France’s environment minister signed on Aug. 28 a plan for French firms to help tackle Iran’s environmental problems, but criticized the refusal of her country’s banks to work with the Islamic republic
beIN Media Group announced on Aug. 26 that it had completed the "largest deal in its history" by buying Turkish satellite sports and entertainment company Digiturk.
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