Türkiye’s crude steel production declined by 2.9 percent in August from a year ago to 2.8 million tons
An explosion at the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Türkiye's (TÜBİTAK) Defense Industry Research and Development Institute in the capital Ankara has resulted in the tragic death of an employee, as announced by the governor's office.
The Council of State, Türkiye’s top administrative court, has issued a landmark ruling declaring it unlawful to subject judges to pat-downs when X-ray screening devices raise alarms at airport entrances.
A 350-year-old Ottoman bath has been unearthed by the excavation team in the ancient city of Parion in Kemer village of the northwestern province of Çanakkale’s Biga district. The ancient city has a history of 2,700 years and was an important port city during the Roman Empire era.