Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
You and your kids have to live with the kid raised by the minibus driver who steers toward you for another 70 years in the same country…
The peace process appears to be near collapse as the government has reportedly decided to freeze dialogue with the related parties following consecutive attacks on soldiers
A leading dissident within Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) resigned from her party on Oct. 31, issuing a statement severely criticizing CHP policies
Efforts were still ongoing to rescue the 18 workers still trapped underground at a mine in Turkey’s Karaman province as officials adopted a harsher tone against the owners
A coal mine collapse in southern Anatolia has cast a shadow on the Republic Day celebrations in the Turkish capital, as everyone desperately awaits good news from the coal mine where 18 miners are trapped
No terrorist organization would be able to survive on its own without international support, Turkey's Parliament speaker has suggested
President Erdoğan used the occasion of the Republic Day to issue a message in support of soldiers defending the 700-year-old tomb of Suleyman Shah, a Turkish enclave in northern Syria
The group first started gathering at Galatasaray Square in Istanbul in the mid-1990s
The head of Turkey’s top religious body has become involved in the heated debate on efforts to build a mosque on a grove in Istanbul
The AKP has become the 'biggest media boss' of Turkey, according to the main opposition CHP
The competition will award the city that 'listens to what their citizens want' on environmental issues
A top Turkish court has suspended a bill that cleared the way for construction projects in national parks if it is considered in line with 'general public interest'
Protesters demanding a halt in the construction of a small mosque in line with a court order next to a protected grove on the Asian side of Istanbul resorted to an unprecedented action
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has long encouraged families to have at least three children, but one father in Hatay has repaid the head of state’s demand more than ten-fold, siring 32 children from four wives.
Some 18 police officers, who were detained on Oct. 28 in an investigation into the illegal wiretapping of 123 people in Mersin, were released on the condition of legal control on Oct. 31
Labor Minister Faruk Çelik expresses his exasperation at mining safety in Turkey
The trial into the murder of the Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink has taken a significant turn after an Istanbul court announced that it will focus on the 'criminal organization' allegations
The 85th Penal Court of First Instance in Istanbul issued the lack of jurisdiction decision after examining the indictment
Two of three suspects detained over the killing of three off-duty soldiers in the eastern province of Hakkari have been arrested.
The government’s new amendment on the structure of the gendarmerie 'could be a positive step,' says outgoing head of the EU Delegation to Turkey EU Ambassador Stefano Manservisi
The shooting suspect of a Danish writer was released in Turkey more than two months before the reported prisoner swap with ISIL, Hürriyet has learned
Pope Francis says he wishes to overcome the obstacles between the Orthodox and the Catholic churches during his visit to Turkey late November
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