Sunday, January 20, 2019
War On Terror
'Turkey won't allow formation of terror corridor'
The U.S. has not kept its promise regarding Syria's Manbij, Turkey will not allow the formation of a terror corridor south of its borders, Defense Minister Akar told U.S....
War On Terror
No rest until terrorists targeting Turkey erased
Ankara has reiterated its determination to ensure border security as the country vowed once again to liberate northern Syria from all terrorist elements
Historic passages in Beyoğlu attract visitors
The historic passages along the Istiklal Street, some bearing a specific theme, offer a glimpse to the past
Turkish football clubs earn around 400M euros from transfers in last 4 seasons
The income obtained by Super League teams from transfers in the last four seasons has approached 400 million euros ($456 million), according to Turkish daily Hürriyet on Friday.Turkey's...
Turkish real estate sees high demand at expo in Qatar
Turkey Expo by Qatar in Doha featured the high demand of Qatari investors in leading Turkish housing projects and expedited the sales process of real estate properties from the investors in the Gulf nation
The Pilevnel 10: At the Factory in Mecidiyeköy
In its fresh annex in Mecidiyeköy out of an unvarnished, multistory warehouse-like museum comparable to Istanbul Modern, Pilevneli Gallery invites Istanbul's art explorers to appreciate the individual practices of 10 international artists, many living between multiple cities in the U.S., France, Germany and Turkey
Funeral held for last witness of Ottoman exile Alpan
The funeral for Bilun Alpan, the last member of the exiled Ottoman dynasty who died on Thursday, was held Friday after prayers at the historical El-Basta Et-Tahta Mosque in...
Journalist deported by Turkey fired from newspaper
The Dutch journalist linked to an ongoing terrorism probe deported by Turkey has been dismissed from her job at the Het Financieele Dagblad (FD) newspaper, reports said Friday.
On the foothills of Mt Uludağ, horse riding is more than a sport
A horse-riding center at the foothills of Mount Uludağ offers the pleasure of going at full gallop while enjoying one of the best views in Anatolia.
Local and international...
Syria solution must consider Turkey's 'security concerns'
Turkey has justifiable security interests in northeastern Syria, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday amid calls for a buffer zone in the area.
Greece sells Turkish-Muslim properties, accused of erasing legacy
Greece's controversial policy of selling properties belonging to foundations has angered citizens of Turkish origin who claim that the country is trying to end the Turkish-Muslim...
Fuel crisis threatens hundreds of patients in Israeli-blockaded Gaza
The continued shortage of fuel in the besieged Gaza Strip has threatened the lives of hundreds of patients as many hospitals would cease to function in the near future
New details shed light on deportation of Dutch journalist
The deported Dutch journalist is suspected of assisting her ex-boyfriend, who has links to the al-Nusra Front terrorist group, in obtaining a residence permit by using fake documents
Israel in contact with Hamas over prisoner swap
Israel is holding "indirect" contacts to reach a prisoner swap deal with the Palestinian group Hamas, according to Hamas sources on Saturday.
"Hamas has received indirect...
Spanish rescuers start drilling to reach boy trapped in well for 6 days
Rescuers in southern Spain began drilling on Saturday in hopes of rescuing a two-year-old boy trapped in a deep well for six days.
Angel Garcia, the leading engineer coordinating...
Erdoğan presents Turkish pianist Fazıl Say with plaque
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan attended a concert by Turkish pianist and composer Fazıl Say in the capital Ankara on Friday.
The concert titled "Troja Sonata" was held...
Bus collision in Bolivia leaves at least 22 dead, 37 injured
Police in Bolivia say a head-on highway collision between two buses has killed at least 22 people and injured 37 others.
The accident occurred Saturday on the road to Challapata,...
At least 45,000 attend the funeral of Gdansk mayor
Murdered Gdansk mayor Pawel Adamowicz's funeral drew tens of thousands of people in the Polish Baltic coast city on Saturday amid outrage over his murder six days ago.
Trump to meet North Korea's Kim in February
President Donald Trump is to hold a second summit with the leader of North Korea near the end of February to try to coax the North to give up its nuclear program.
Decreasing water levels significantly affect Europe’s main waterway Rhine
The effects of climate change have negatively affected the traffic on the Rhine, the longest river in Western Europe that serves as a natural highway connecting the continent's...
117 missing after migrant boat capsizes off Libya
Some 117 migrants who left Libya in a rubber dinghy two days ago are unaccounted for, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said on Saturday, after three people...
Products made from endangered animals sold at US expo
Photos and video taken by animal welfare activists at a recent trophy hunting convention show an array of products crafted from the body parts of threatened big-game animals,...
Iran’s Press TV displays famous Turkish actor as assailant of Manbij attack
Iran's state-run foreign language broadcaster displayed a famous Turkish actor as the captured assailant of the attack targeting U.S. soldiers in the northern Syrian town...
Last blood moon eclipse of the decade to appear Sunday
Here comes a total lunar eclipse and supermoon, all wrapped into one.
The moon, Earth and sun will line up this weekend for the only total lunar eclipse this year and next....
Turkish game developers hit $1 billion in exports
Turkish game developers have boosted exports in the last two years by more than 100 percent and are looking to increase their competitive power to claim a bigger share in the $180-billion global market