The 'Saturday Mothers' will meet for the 500th time today since their first gathering in the mid-1990s
A former prime minister from the 1990s was incidentally seen on the sidelines of the demonstration venue
Serena Shim was killed while returning to her hotel in Suruç when the car her team had rented collided with a heavy vehicle
Category: YALÇIN DOĞAN
Everything is planned and programmed. The postponement of an exam that would not normally attract any attention is actually a sign of enormous preparation
The United States ratcheted up its safeguards against Ebola on Oct. 21, requiring travelers from three countries at the center of an epidemic in West Africa to fly into one of five major airports conducting enhanced screening for the virus.
The Justice Ministry has cleared the path for investigations into nine civil servants, including the former police chief of Istanbul Celalettin Cerrah, who are accused of negligence in the murder of the Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink in 2007.
Turkey on Oct. 21 launched a new operation to arrest top police officers suspected of involvement in illegal eavesdropping on senior officials, including President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Three car bombs exploded in a Shiite area of northeast Baghdad on Oct. 21, killing at least 18 people, Iraqi security and medical officials said.
Nigeria's announcement of a ceasefire with Boko Haram has surprised many and convinced few, particularly when talks with the militants on the possible release of 219 kidnapped schoolgirls had been at a frustrating standstill.
Award-winning Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh told AFP Sunday that she has been barred from practising for three years and will hold a protest against the decision this week.
Category: BLIND SPOT
Imagine you are coming from Europe and you land at Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport. (The other one, Sabiha Gökçen Airport, on the Asian side is a different story.) You step foot on Turkish soil; what would be your first impressions?
An Ankara information technology company has developed software that allows helicopters to fly in foggy weather conditions.
A journalist was detained in southern Turkey over his tweets criticizing the government, in the first police raid that a court has warranted using the controversial new “reasonable doubt” regulation, his lawyer has claimed.
Turkey’s national intelligence agency (MİT) has referred a court to the country’s top military body to learn whether intelligence documents related to the Hrant Dink murder were classified as a state secret.
Doğan News Agency reports that the Syrian Kurdish city attacked by ISIL militants for a month has become a ghost town, as Kurdish officials call for an international monitoring team to protect the remaining civilians
World-renowned photo journalist Ergun Çağatay is presenting a selection of his photos over the last 50 years at a new exhibition
Deaths of wounded fighters held up at the border have become another emotive charge in a litany of Kurdish grievances against Ankara
Two weeks ago, members of the same group attacked Istanbul University students who had erected a stand to denounce ISIL
Category: ERSU ABLAK
If you have been living in Turkey for some time you have probably witnessed many amazing things, such as the exact same headline appearing in six different newspapers
ISIL militants withdrew from some parts of the embattled Syrian town of Kobane overnight after air strikes by a US-led coalition
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