Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Three Turkish soldiers were killed in a gun attack in the Yüksekova district of the southeastern province of Hakkari
Turkey is struggling to educate 350,000 Syrian refugee children, with only around half of all refugee children receiving schooling
The head of Turkey’s top religious body has been involved in a hot debate on the efforts to build a mosque on a grove in Istanbul
The 'Saturday Mothers' will meet for the 500th time today since their first gathering in the mid-1990s
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has repeated his call on the government to carry out efforts to solve Turkey’s decades-old Kurdish insurgency under the roof of Parliament
Despite overall optimistic messages by Turkish government officials, a key Cabinet member has suggested that the jailed PKK leader actually fueled the fire during recent deadly protests
A secretariat will soon be provided for the jailed leader of the PKK to help in advancing the stalled peace process, a leading deputy of the Peoples’ Democratic Party has announced
A Turkish LGBT association has launched a new campaign against self-help books describing homosexuality and transsexuality as a 'disease'
An investigation has been concluded into a professor from Istanbul University, after a lecturer filed a complaint claiming that his thesis study was interrupted by the professor due to his Kurdish identity.
The ECHR rules that Turkey violated Article 10 and Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, on freedom of expression and the right to free elections
A local municipality has refused to grant permission for a construction project in Fatih Forest
In a bid to secure the future of the endangered bears, a group of environmentalists have launched a monitoring program to analyze their daily behavior and provide for their needs
Pollution in the Marmara Sea is risking the life of the fish and all people who eat them, and cleaning the sea will cost $5 billion, according to the head of the Turkish Marine Environment Protection Association
Arınç said members of the secretariat will not be the same as the members of the parliamentary delegations that visited Abdullah Öcalan in his prison on İmrali Island
The new trend in Istanbul is throwing headscarf donning parties for young girls, as we have learned from a reader’s letter to a conservative daily. Is this some kind of a Turkish touch to the traditions that otherwise represent very little fun and offer very little to the modern woman?
A district administration in Tokat has decided to start using two multicopter drones to prevent the traditional firing of weapons during weddings.
Ferdi Özmen, 30, was known for his tweets about Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
New footage emerges as a part of the investigation into a missing security camera recording belonging to a hotel in the case into the murder of Gezi protester Ali İsmail Korkmaz.
Chemical and biological experts have rushed to the US, Canada, French, Belgium and German consulates in Istanbul
Ankara has vowed to continue gas exploration activities off Cyprus
Pope Francis is set to become the fourth Pope to visit Turkey, after the Vatican published details of an upcoming three-day visit to Ankara and Istanbul.
Danish media had reported that Turkey used the suspected jihadist as part of a prisoner swap with ISIL
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