Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, the jury president athe Istanbul Film Festival, says Istanbul may be his future location for the next film
A number of German artists will soon be in Istanbul for an exhibition as part of an exchange project that aims to build cultural dialogue between Istanbul and Dortmund.
Screened as part of the Istanbul Film Festival, the documentary ‘Kêl’ gives a compelling account on how the search of Kurdish fathers, mothers and sons for the bodies of their loved ones is one of justice and peace
An ecological city complex to be built near Turkey’s southern provinces along the country’s Syrian border is mulled to be heated by burning shells of the region’s famous product pistachio
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Former Turkish Cypriot President Mehmet Ali Talat summed it up at an Istanbul conference: “If Turkish Cypriots are asked if they wanted to unite with Turkey, 80 percent would say no.
Category: TAHA ÖZHAN
The outcome of the March 30 local elections rendered Turkey’s political landscape since 2007 even more visible, allowing detailed analyses to be drawn.
Category: KANAT ATKAYA
While I was searching newspaper archives for “past May Days,” I came across the front page of daily Milliyet of 2001, which had a very funny “number.”
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
After a judge declared on his Facebook account that he loves Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, among other reasons
Banking sector risks are rising in Turkey, but lenders in the country should be able to weather the difficulties, Credit rating agency Fitch has said
PM Erdoğan and Putin have discussed the turmoil in Ukraine and the situation in Crimea
Seventeen soldiers have been wounded after a tank bullet exploded during a drilling session in a military base in Gelibolu
Turkey will seek a discount in the price of gas it is buying from Russia during talks next week, the minister said
Turkish forests have been opened for energy construction with changes to the Forestry Law
President Abdullah Gül ruled out swapping seats with PM Erdoğan after the upcoming elections, saying that Russia’s 'Putin-Medvedev' formula is not suitable for Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan has mocked rumors that he would flee to Malaysia or Sudan before the March 30 local elections by saying that he dined with Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak who also shot a selfie with him in Ankara yesterday
The new electoral system is expected to allow the AKP to increase its number of lawmakers by 25
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has banned the use of cell phones by the press inside the Foreign Ministry.
The 18th Aydın Doğan Award has been bestowed on photography artist Ozan Sağdıç due to its contributions to the field
A secondary school has launched an internal probe into 13 teachers for recommending students to read 'Şimdiki Çocuklar Harika'
The Turkish government’s new intelligence bill will strengthen the authoritarian aspects of the legacy of the 1980 coup rather than usher in a period of greater freedom, the opposition says
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