Beloved as a unifying figure among all in Turkey, Sufi mystic Yunus Emre will soon be coming to a theater nearby with a new film exploring the 13th-century figure’s life
As part of its temporary exhibition program the Vehbi Koç Foundation museum’s Sadberk Hanım Museum is hosting ‘Traces of Ancient Ages’
Çine Apiculture Museum in the western province of Aydın is Turkey’s first and only museum of apiculture.
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Mustafa Balbay was released from prison on Dec. 9 after an incredible four years and 278 days behind bars.
The game has changed in energy. Its rules and players, too
We are in the tenth year of the grieving passing of former President of Azerbaijan, Haydar Aliyev.
Category: ERSU ABLAK
Two of the major business NGOs of Turkey organized a joint conference last week.
Category: DEFENSE UPDATE
A move in Congress’ 2014 defense spending bill banning the use of US funding to integrate a Chinese air and anti-missile defense shield with NATO/US systems was not surprising
The economic crisis may be biting Greece, but that hasn’t stopped the country’s investors from turning their eyes east to opportunities in Istanbul
The Borçka-Akhaltsikhe electricity transmission line will be able to transmit 700 megawatt (mW) power from Georgia to the European Union through Turkey
Foreign Minister Davutoğlu is paying a visit to Yerevan to attend the Organization of Black Sea Economic Cooperation meeting
Istanbul police have raided an organized crime gang that had been selling counterfeit cancer drugs in Turkey and abroad, in an operation carried out in nine separate cities.
Prospects for progress in Cyprus are brightening, as Ankara says the island’s two sides could soon announce a statement preparatory to talks
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Turkish journalist Mustafa Balbay was released from prison on Dec. 9, after spending four years and 277 days there.
The Republican People’s Party's (CHP) local election calculations are continuing, with the priority being to reap votes from the widest range of societal segments
A local NGO has revealed the results of an 18-year research investigation into how men justified domestic violence, based on interviews conducted with over 20,000 female victims of abuse
Turkey has voiced its concern over the “possible execution” of a death penalty sentence against an Islamist leader convicted of war crimes in Bangladesh
A group of people protested Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu in the Armenian capital Yerevan
General Salim Idris, the commander of the Syrian opposition’s main military wing, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), has fled Syria, after Islamist rebels seized key bases
Iraq signed a $1.1 billion deal Thursday to buy 24 multi-role light fighters from South Korea, officials said, in what will be the Asian nation's biggest arms export.