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God forbid, children were going to have fun!

KANAT ATKAYA writes:

One of the most prestigious educational institutions in Turkey, the Kadıköy Anadolu Lisesi (Kadıköy Anatolian High School) on Istanbul’s Asian side, founded in 1955, had been planning to organize a music festival that was cancelled. The festival, named “Kalfest,” has been held since 1999

Comment(s) 4/26/2017

Shame on us on Children’s Day

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Shall we start with the report from the Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions of Turkey (DİSK) titled “Being a Child Laborer in Turkey,” on the occasion of April 23 National Sovereignty and Children’s Day?

Comment(s) 4/24/2017

Istanbul is Turkey, Turkey is Istanbul

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President Recep Tayip Erdoğan underlined the importance of Istanbul at the Yenikapı rally ahead of the referendum. “Istanbul is Turkey and Turkey is Istanbul,” he said.

Comment(s) 4/19/2017

Alternative tips before Turkey’s dreaded university entrance exam

KANAT ATKAYA writes:

The University Entrance Examination (YGS) will be held across Turkey on March 12, and the Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM) has issued its classic pre-exam warnings and advice.

Comment(s) 3/10/2017

Istanbul’s historic walls against the bride’s veil

KANAT ATKAYA writes:

Wedding parties can be held in most venues built by district municipalities across Turkey.

Comment(s) 3/1/2017

Inappropriate question to the vice-principal

KANAT ATKAYA writes:

Around three weeks ago, CNN Türk reporter Zeynep Karamustafa interviewed a couple of children in a school in Istanbul’s Ümraniye district who were enthusiastic about entering the winter break.

Comment(s) 2/17/2017

Why doesn’t Turkey lower the VAT in culture and arts?

KANAT ATKAYA writes:

The recent lowering of VAT for purchases of yachts, apartments and white goods, as well as the offering of several other facilitations, are good for both the consumer and the turbulence-hit sector.

Comment(s) 2/13/2017

Hearts not strong enough for this country

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For 65-year-old Hamide Yücel in the Mediterranean province of Antalya’s Kepez district, it was a very ordinary Sunday morning. She had invited her son and his friends for a Sunday breakfast.

Comment(s) 1/25/2017

The path to psychopathy passes through animal torture

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Social media images of two people who cut off the ears of puppies in the Central Anatolian town Isparta caused a public outcry.

Comment(s) 1/21/2017

35 kilo of meat saved from burnt dorm

KANAT ATKAYA writes:

Among so many disasters and bloody attacks, one piece of good news has emerged. Thirty-five kilograms of meat has been saved. Yes, I will answer the fair and appropriate questions you have, such as “What 35 kilos of meat? What meat? What do you mean?”

Comment(s) 1/18/2017

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