Last year, a Turkish newspaper ran on its front page a “Fransız devrimi [French revolution]” headline as we announced we would have an iftar and jazz concert at the Palais de France in Istanbul.
Violinist Won Hyung Joon wants to bring North and South Korean musicians together next month to perform on each side of the world's most heavily armed border
Ankara-based chef Daniel Evangelista has won the prestigious World Pasta Championship 2015 of Academia Barilla in Italy, beating 21 contending chefs from around the world
Greeks vote overwhelmingly to reject terms of a bailout, risking financial ruin in a show of defiance that could splinter Europe.
The first representation office of the Ottoman state in France, L’Hôtel de Monaco, is now serving as the Polish Embassy, close to the National Assembly
Uber said July 3 it was suspending its controversial low-cost UberPOP service in France, six months after it was banned and following a spate of strikes by taxi drivers
WikiLeaks published a list of German phone numbers July 1 that it claimed showed the U.S. National Security Agency eavesdropped on senior German officials beyond Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Two French special forces soldiers accused of sexually abusing children in Burkina Faso returned home on July 2 and were taken into custody, said a legal source.
Bizim Bakkal, a family-run Turkish grocery shop in Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighborhood, has just won against property developers.
France has suspended two of its soldiers over allegations they sexually abused children, including a five-year-old girl, in the west African country of Burkina Faso, the defence ministry said June 30.
The 39th committee session of UNESCO started June 28 in Bonn. Diyarbakır’s Hevsel Gardens and historic city walls are among the sites bidding for World Heritage status
Two Uber France managers have been ordered to stand trial on behalf of the San Francisco-based company on charges including "deceptive commercial practices" and complicity in illegal activities linked to its low-cost ride-hailing service
Turkey’s horse breeding sector, which has made over $26 billion in revenue over the last decade, plans to build 23 new horse racing tracks across the country, according to sector representatives
French authorities were transferring the man suspected of beheading his boss in an alleged jihadist attack to Paris on June 28, as it emerged he sent a macabre "selfie" of the decapitation
French President Francois Hollande on June 26 condemned violent protests against ride-booking app Uber after taxi drivers set fire to vehicles and blocked highways but he said the service should be taken off the road
The eyes of the art world are focused on major summer sales in London. ‘We’ve entered into a phase which I really think is a masterpiece market,’ says Christie’s Katharine Arnold
President Barack Obama on June 24 moved to defuse tensions after revelations of US spying on three French presidents angered France, while WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called for legal action over Washington's snooping and promised more disclosures to come.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry telephoned Iran's foreign minister in recent days to tell him that Tehran must answer questions about whether its past atomic research was arms-related if it wants a nuclear deal, officials said
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in a new sequel to the sci-fi series that made him famous. "Terminator Genisys" will hit the screens this week
France summoned the U.S. ambassador on June 24 to explain allegations by transparency lobby group WikiLeaks of what President Francois Hollande branded "unacceptable" spying on successive French leaders
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