Erospolis takes a look at İzmir’s two ‘frenemy’ football teams whose chairs promise to set a national example of sportsmanship. The supporters, divided by geography, history and modern clichés, barely deliver
One police officer was killed on Nov. 5 during an operation against outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants in the Silvan district of southeastern Diyarbakır province, where a curfew had been declared
Category: MEHMET Y. YILMAZ
What we have lived through this past week is the trailer of what we will encounter if the Justice and Development Party (AKP) wins the elections with a one-party majority rule.
Trabzonspor’s officials took four referees hostage for four hours over what they considered an “erroneous decision” during a football match against Gaziantepspor
Turkey’s top police intel chief and two former police intel unit heads may face up to 25 years in prison each in the investigation launched into the murder of prominent Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
Category: MELİS ALPHAN
The Gezi Park movement was full of all colors, not the mono-color they want to paint Turkey with; it was a movement where people who wanted some things to be changed moved together without questioning and judging who was who.
Today, it is absolutely certain that Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was victim to a murder that could have been easily prevented
Turkish PM Davutoğlu has ramped up the rhetoric against Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) co-chair Demirtaş, saying he should “look in the mirror” if he wants to see a murderer, referring to Demirtaş’s chanting of “murderer state” after the deadly Oct. 10 Ankara bombing.
Burial ceremonies for six Turkish soldiers recently killed in two separate terrorism-related incidents have been held in their respective hometowns across the country
An Istanbul prosecutor has unearthed files which show that Trabzon police intelligence had known about Ogün Samast, the hitman in Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink’s murder, before the incident took place
Five former police officers recently detained on the charge of “negligence on public duty” have been released, and four others under arrest have been cleared of charges of “committing deliberate murder,” “forming an illegal organization,” and “membership of an illegal organization to commit crime”
Voting for the snap elections on Nov. 1 has started at Turkey’s representatives in foreign countries and at border gates across the country.
Seven former police officers have been detained on charges of “negligence on public duty,” as fresh evidence surfaced in the case into the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
At least 83 people, including a police officer, have been detained for issuing fake gun licenses in a vast police operation that centered on the northwestern province of Sakarya
The 14th Filmekimi (October of Films) Festival begins on Oct. 3, due to be held at four movie theaters in Istanbul before touring other cities across Turkey.
Police officer Muhittin Zenit, who had been in contact with a key informant in murder of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink, has said he was prevented from giving testimony in the slaying by former police intelligence chiefs Ramazan Akyürek and Ali Fuat Yılmazer
As Italian coach Pereira settles issues with Dutch star Robin van Persie, Fenerbahçe goes to Beşiktaş with high morale.
Bibliopoles from across Turkey have gathered at the 9th Beyoğlu Bibliopole Festival in Istanbul, offering rare and old books, magazines and posters to visitors.
Coach Güneş regrets his side failed to keep calm and find a winner against Ankara’s Gençlerbirliği ahead of a key derby match against league leader Fenerbahçe
Fenerbahçe, the Turkish title contender which suffered a 3-1 home loss against Norwegian underdog Molde in a UEFA Europa League Group A qualifier game on Sept. 17, will take on Bursaspor in the Turkish Spor Toto Super League, as rival Galatasaray, which bowed out to Atletico Madrid Sept. 16, will visit Trabzonspor.
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