Trio Pax, recently formed by three musicians, will play tonight for Turkish harpist Ceren Necipoğlu, who died in a plane crash in 2009
First one of his sons died, then another and another. By 1996, Khalid al-Jabor had lost five children to AIDS, all victims of contaminated blood allegedly exported to Iraq by a French firm now owned by drug giant Sanofi.
The United States Olympic Committee announced Tuesday it will bid to host the 2024 Summer Games, but the candidate city won't be selected until early next year.
New York’s MoMA examines uneven urban development in Turkey in a new exhibition, addressing six cities, including Istanbul
SunExpress, a joint venture of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa, will launch flights to 16 new foreign destinations from İzmir and Antalya by summer 2015.
Category: FORK & CORK
If you hear a mysterious buzz around Gezi Park, do not wonder. It must be the bees of Ritz-Carlton wandering around in search of flowers.
French police launched raids across the country early on Dec. 15, dismantling a network sending jihadist fighters to Syria, a police source said
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday angrily rejected a Palestinian bid to set a UN deadline for an end to Israel's occupation amid a flurry of talks led by US top diplomat John Kerry.
UN members pressed ahead Sunday with a vision for a historic pact to defeat climate change by adopting a format for national pledges to cut Earth-warming greenhouse gases.
Germany's top court said Dec. 12 it rejected a bid by leftist opposition parties to call former NSA contractor Edward Snowden as a witness in a parliamentary probe of US intelligence activities.
Thousands of people marched in central Lima against the abuse of Earth's resource urging ministers haggling over a world climate deal to ensure a global switch to 100-percent clean energy by 2050.
France's upper house of parliament on Dec. 11 urged the government to recognize Palestine as a state, following a similar and highly symbolic vote in the lower house.
France's last remaining hostage, Serge Lazarevic, arrived home Wednesday after three years at the hands of Islamist militants, to be greeted by his family and French President Francois Hollande.
European Union insistence on a right to challenge nations about their plans for fighting climate change, in the run-up to a UN summit in 2015, opened a rift at UN climate talks in Lima
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he will travel to the climate conference in Peru next week and is hopeful that delegates will draft an agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Senior career diplomat Mithat Rende of Turkey has been elected as chair of the Executive Committee of the Paris-based Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, the Foreign Ministry has announced
The Doğançay Museum remembers the late Burhan Doğançay with a new photography exhibition, on the museum's 10th anniversary.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
President Erdoğan keeps hosting very important heads of state who want to see all Muslims dead – last week, the guest was Pope Francis and this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin
The Palestinian leadership urged France to act on a parliamentary vote Dec. 2 in favour of recognising Palestine as a state, expressing its 'gratitude' to the French lawmakers
Oil price volatility 'is exactly one of the main reasons why we must move to renewable, energy which has a completely predictable cost of zero for fuel,' the UN's climate chief said
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