Following a constitutional court ruling, Parliament Speaker Mustafa Şentop is expected to pave the way for the return of former main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy Enis Berberoğlu to the parliament, said the party spokesperson, Faik Öztrak, on Sept. 21.
The fifth meeting of military delegations between Greece and Turkey is scheduled for Sept. 22 at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has said.
Turkey’s Social Security Institute (SGK) refused to declare a policewoman as a “martyr,” who was killed in a traffic accident on the way to her workplace in the western province of İzmir in 2018, as she was not on duty at the time of her death with just “15 minutes difference.”
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s lawyers have filed a criminal complaint against those in charge of a Greek newspaper that made insulting headlines about Erdoğan, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Sept. 21.
Organizers of boat tours on the Bosphorus have found ways to organize weddings despite strict regulations in place as coronavirus measures, by camouflaging events as business meetings and asking couples to dress in disguise, according to daily Hürriyet.
Face masks are changing beauty consumptions significantly, as the sales of lipsticks have fallen by 10-12 percent, while eye makeup items have been on the rise since the pandemic started.
Turkey has a plan B ready in the event that the COVID-19 pandemic outlook in the period ahead renders face-to-face education impossible, Education Minister Ziya Selçuk has said as schools in the country partially reopened.