A senior executive of the CHP has suggested there is documented evidence showing the trucks headed for the Syrian border were carrying weapons to aid Islamist militants
Category: GÜVEN SAK
On the plane to Sydney, Australia this week, I took to reading Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar’s “The Time Regulation Institute” (1961). I had time; the flight from Abu Dhabi to Sydney takes 12 hours.
The unemployment of the masses who have flocked to the big cities will not ease unless industry is developed, especially the industry that is capable of exporting
In the Sea of Marmara lies the Island of Marmara, unfettered and nearly forgotten, it remains an authentic safe haven away from tourists, touristic things; yet full of a tourist’s dreams
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
One of the recent irritating tendencies is that the restrictions imposed on the freedom of the press through court orders have spread to grave extent, somehow adopting a systematic characteristic.
PM Erdoğan has expressed concern about the situation of Turkmens after ISIL militants extended their offensive to Mosul’s Telafer district, where many Turkmens live
The Turkish government has replaced more than 2,500 judges and prosecutors, in its latest mass purge
Police in the Black Sea province of Trabzon have launched an internal probe against an officer who mocked work conditions and the nutrition of colleagues in a video that went viral.
Istanbul’s Çukurcuma Auction House will hold an auction of the Ottoman and European artifacts May 25 and the revenue of some of the items will be donated to the families of the Soma mining disaster
Opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli said the government-proposed new electoral system may “fuel ethnic discrimination.”
When you compare the total votes of the Republican People’s Party (CHP) nationwide with the 2011 general elections and the last local elections
Italian confectionery giant Ferrero has released its fourth Corporate Social Responsibility Report, 'Sharing Values to Create Value,' at the Italian Embassy in Ankara
AKP has comfortably retained strongholds in Central and East Anatolia where it holds a strong majority of conservative voters
Fenerbahçe chairman Aziz Yıldırım emerges as a symbol of opposition as Turkish football politics become even more complicated and filled with power struggles ahead of the local elections
Ramazan Akyürek's dismissal was sought on the basis that he 'tarnished police's image'
After 11 years of fast growth, the question now is whether the development of civil aviation can be sustained in this era of a weaker lira
Trabzonspor’s sterling Europa League campaign came to a crashing halt as the Black Sea Storm was overrun by a rampant Juventus
Trabzonspor’s run of 14 matches unbeaten in European competitions has ended in Turin
MHP leader Bahçeli has reiterated his call for President Abdullah Gül to veto the controversial bill to change the HSYK
Trabzonspor announced that it had parted ways with coach Mustafa Akçay in the wake of a humiliating home defeat against minnow Akhisarspor
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