Category: DEFENSE UPDATE
Turkey’s intentions to build a Chinese long-range anti-missile system may pose security risks, analysts say
The 10th D-Marin Turgutreis International Classical Music Festival will begin July 31 with the world premiere of Fazıl Say’s ‘The Boy on the Dolphin’s Back’
Turkey has now become a market country for the latest craze of bonzai, according to a psychiatrist working on the issue
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
Under normal circumstances, we should not have categories like moderate Islam or radical Islam. Yet, as long as there are fanatics killing not only non-Muslims
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is not holding back in terms of signaling what kind of political system he wants for Turkey with him at the helm.
Category: GİLA BENMAYOR
In Turkey, 99 percent of companies are small- and medium-sized enterprises, in other words, SMEs.
Women should not laugh out loud in public, Arınç has said while complaining about “moral corruption”
Turkey’s ambassador to Washington has written a letter to the American Jewish Congress, saying PM Erdoğan would be “glad” to return the honor
Susan Rice has slammed Ankara Mayor Gökçek over his remarks regarding anti-Israel protests
More than 22,000 retailers risk losing their license to sell cigarettes as the government’s new plan over tobacco use are impending.
Turkish-German director Fatih Akın was presented with the Douglas-Sirk Prize 2014 at the Hamburg Film Festival.
The ancient city of Ephesus in İzmir has yet to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List due to the site failing the meet the required standards, with work being accelerated in order to meet these requirements.
A US court has moved to seize a cargo of crude oil from Iraqi Kurdistan that Baghdad says was sold without its permission after the central Iraqi government filed suit to restrain export
U.S. gunmaker Smith & Wesson has been hit with $2 million in fines for bribing officials in Turkey Indonesia, Pakistan, and other countries to gain sales deals.
France was evacuating its nationals from Libya on Tuesday amid increasing lawlessness and unrest, a government source said, after similar moves by other European nations.
Turkey’s football star-turned-politician Hakan Şükür’s heading ability hits the headlines again amid the latest salvos of the AKP-Gülen war
Lufthansa Airlines are excited by the possibility using Istanbul’s third airport once constructed, a regional Lufthansa director in charge of Turkish business affairs has said.
The International Religious Freedom Report has criticized Turkey over a rise in anti-Semitism and the status of the Halki seminary
Hundreds of women in Turkey have taken to the social media to protest the call on them to 'not laugh in public'
The European Commission said Tuesday it would release a further 50 million euros ($67 million) in humanitarian aid for Syria as the crisis there deepens.
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