Turkish authorities have prevented a Dagestani man from joining the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) thanks to his mistake in presuming that Ankara is a seaside city and his twin brother's Whatsapp plot.
The eighth International Painting Festival has begun in the Black Sea province of Trabzon with the participation of 40 female artists from 20 different countries under the auspices of Femin&Art, a female artist collective
More than 6 million people traveled during the Eid holiday across Turkey, with around 5 million of them traveling by bus, 700,000 by air and 300,000 by rail, according to data compiled by Anadolu Agency
A Turkish man, whose heart has stopped several times in the past four years, has cheated death one more time.
A number of examples of hate speech have turned into hate crimes in Turkey in recent weeks and no prosecutor has so far taken the initiative regarding these statements and crimes, Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Istanbul deputy Garo Paylan has stated
In the worst hours of concern over the potential Greek default and “Grexit” last weekend, groups of prominent Turkish and Greek businessmen gathered on the Greek island of Rhodes to brainstorm ways to further boost their annual $5.5 billion trade
The Republican People’s Party (CHP) has decided to nominate its Istanbul deputy Şafak Pavey, the first disabled female member elected to Turkish Parliament, as their candidate for the office of deputy parliament speaker
The 6.5-kilometer, twin-tube Mount Kop Tunnel between Bayburt and Erzurum in east-ern Anatolia nearing completion, a Turkish Transportation Ministry official has said
Property sales to foreigners hit record high levels in May with the sale of 1,982 units, marking a 21.3 percent increase from the same month in 2014, despite a general slowing-down in the sector across Turkey, according to data revealed by the Turkish Statistics Agency (TÜİK)
A former police intelligence chief is required to serve up to 860 years in prison in a wiretapping case, in which he has been found guilty of wiretapping 48 people, including several government officials, journalists, judiciary personnel and businessmen.
One of the most respected and influential documentary photographers to date, Mary Ellen Mark, died on May 25 in New York. She was 75
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“The gendarmerie used to raid the village during elections, put pressure on us. They are all past now, sir. They are history
Bombs have hit two local headquarters of the Kurdish problem-focused Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in the southern Turkish provinces of Adana and Mersin, weeks before the June 7 general election. Hidden in a cargo parcel and a gift-packaged flower pot, the two bombs injured at least three people on May 18.
The Doğan Group has complained about recent remarks by Süleyman Soylu, the AKP's deputy head and deputy candidate, announcing that Turkish courts sentenced him to pay compensation for his defamatory statements targeting its Honorary Chairman Aydın Doğan.
Two people allegedly involved in an attack on the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) election bureau building in Black Sea province of Bartın were detained on May 14
Fenerbahçe captain Emre Belözoğlu has been attacked by a group of Beşiktaş supporters on an interprovincial ferry
The Economy Ministry has given investment incentives to 90 touristic facility projects in the first quarter of the year
Beşiktaş maintained its lead atop the Spor Toto Super League standings on May 3 with a 2-0 victory at underperforming Black Sea giant Trabzonspor thanks to a pair of second-half goals
The title race in the Spor Toto Super League may take a new twist this weekend when league leader Beşiktaş visits Trabzonspor on May 3 in Week 29 of the season
A ruined Hagia Sophia dating back to the 12th century in the western border province of Edirne will be renovated as a mosque, despite former statements made about the possibility of restoring it as a museum
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