Ukraine's parliament Dec 3 rejected an opposition no-confidence motion in Prime Minister Mykola Azarov's government
International fast food giant McDonald’s is struggling to expand in the French capital
French experts have ruled out a theory that Yasser Arafat was killed by poisoning and believe he may have died of natural causes, a source close to the probe into the Palestinian leader's death said
Asian tycoons, Russian oligarchs, Arab sheikhs, American businessmen - 10 years after Roman Abramovich’s takeover of Chelsea
The main opposition Republican People’s Party will host an international economy workshop in Istanbul next week
French lawmakers on Friday started debating a bill that would punish those who use prostitutes and has sparked fierce debate in a country famed for its liberal attitudes to sex.
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Comet ISON seems to have perished in a much too-close encounter with the Sun, leaving only a dust trail
Category: OPEN BUFFET
Pianist Harmen Fraanje takes the stage at Akbank Sanat.
İş Sanat Kibele Art Gallery commenced a new exhibiton season with launch of a retrospective collection by Eşref Üren
A Paris appeal court Nov 27 upheld the right of a nursery to fire a female employee who insisted on wearing an Islamic headscarf
After Turkey had talks with almost all countries’ representatives on different levels regarding İzmir’s candidacy to host EXPO 2020
France’s defense minister said Nov 26 that Paris would deploy about 1,000 soldiers to the Central African Republic
Category: YUSUF KANLI
It would have been great if Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades did not demand to have an opening speech outlining the agreement yet to be hopefully made and that the past nine months had not been wasted to the ever-typical Cypriot obstinacy.
A local technology company, Informatik Information Technologies, took its place at the Cartes Exhibition held in Paris from Nov. 19 to 21, 2013.
Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
Last month the Turkish PTT opened the doors of its postage stamp museum in Ankara
The U.S. Secretary of State arrived in Geneva on to join talks on Iran's contested nuclear programme as they appeared to be on the verge of a breakthrough
French lawmakers will next week consider a bill that punishes the clients of prostitutes and has sparked fierce debate in the country
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
On Tuesday morning 22 people were killed and over 140 wounded in a double suicide bombing
Oil flow from Iraq or the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) through Turkey will not affect Turkey’s oil prices
France Nov 21 named a man arrested over dramatic shootings in Paris this week as Abdelhakim Dekhar