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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The controversy-turned-whistle-blowing over the blacklisting and profiling of test prep courses
The controversy over co-ed housing and mixed-sex education in Turkey has entered into a new level last week with senior officials and deputies from the ruling Justice and Democracy Party (AKP) spilling the beans and labeling co-education “a mistake that needs to be corrected.”
Earlier last week, the Turkish foreign minister engaged in a long-delayed mission to mend his country’s ties
The paradigm shifts in Turkey have always been painful, since the growing newcomer stages vengeful takes
The fuss over the mainly politically motivated use of headscarves in Parliament has started ebbing in Turkey, with neither a fear-driven pious outburst calling for a war against secularist hands “attacking” the Islamic dress code, nor the secular core of the country being put in much-anticipated danger.
As the vivid and hopeful supporter of the so-called “Arab Spring” waves in the Middle East and North Africa, the United States has been dealt nothing but trouble from the changing ruling dynasties of the region until just recently.
Much of Turkey, including the government, has put up its feet for the nine-day Eid holiday, despite many items being in the inbox
Facing a Republican-led impasse and a partial government
Turkey and Israel, the two long-lost allies, might have been at odds for the last couple of years over the latter’s deadly raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in 2010
A country standing on the brink of a highly risky foreign military intervention amid an ongoing civil war