Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Turkey's 54-year-old Antalya Film Festival welcomes young movie makers
The Antalya Film Forum will be organized to take place during the 54th International Antalya Film Festival this year from Oct. 21 to Oct. 27.
The forum's director, Zeynep...
New Assyrian sports club founded in Mardin
Once immigrating to Istanbul and European countries, Turkey's Assyrians have begun to return to their homelands, rebuilding their lives and community, including founding a...
Russia enters 19 for athletics worlds despite doping ban
Russia plans to send 19 athletes to the track and field world championships in London next week despite its suspension from international competition for widespread doping.
Italian bank robbers don Trump masks for heists
Italian police said on Monday they had arrested two brothers suspected of robbing dozens of cash machines while wearing masks of U.S. President Donald Trump.
OIC to hold meeting over Al-Aqsa mosque restrictions
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation will meet in Istanbul next week for talks on the crisis around Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque, after a weekend of violence left eight people...
5 injured after chainsaw attack in northern Swiss city
Five people sustained injuries in an attack by a man in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen on Monday, and two of the victims were severely injured, a police spokeswoman said.
Bombs surface in North Korea 64 years after Korean War
In the 10 years he has been digging up ordnance from the Korean War, Maj. Jong Il Hyon has lost five colleagues to explosions. He carries a lighter one gave him before he...
Turkey marks 94th anniversary of its founding treaty
Turkey marked the 94th anniversary of the founding document of the modern country, the Lausanne Treaty, which was signed with Allied powers at the end of the Turkish War of...
Russia deploys military police to monitor Syria de-escalation zones
Russia began deploying its military police to monitor two safe zones currently being established in Syria, senior defense ministry official Sergey Rudskoy said Monday.
Linkin Park returns to charts as band says Bennington can never be replaced
Linkin Park has returned to the charts after lead singer Chester Bennington's death last week.
Billboard says the band's latest effort, "One More Light," re-entered Billboard's...
Europol arrests 107 suspects over human trafficking
The European Union's law enforcement agency Monday said 107 people have been arrested as part of a Europe-wide investigation into human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Dialogue needed to solve Gulf crisis, Erdoğan says
As part of Ankara's efforts to help ease the recent crisis between several Gulf and other Arab states and Qatar, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visited Saudi Arabia and Kuwait...
Teacher employment project by Istanbul-based Mental HR aims to boost Turkish education
Istanbul-based Mental Human Resources have announced a project to hire teachers from all branches in order to improve the quality of education in schools and institutions...
Chinese envoy stresses Syria's territorial integrity, urges political solution
China's special envoy for Syria expressed his country's support of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of war-torn Syria and that it appreciates Turkey and other regional countries' efforts to consolidate the cease fire in Syria and pursue a political way out of the conflict
Bids for $5.4B energy project continue until July 27
The Energy and Natural Resources Ministry has made a move to invest $5.4 billion in wind energy. While bids for the first renewable energy resource field's project of 1,000...
'12-year-old rape victim shouldn’t be allowed to have abortion'
Two Alabama lawyers opposing a court decision to allow a 12-year-old rape victim to have an abortion spoke out Wednesday, denouncing the ruling in a press conference they...
German giants dismiss Berlin's warnings, continue investing in Turkey
Despite Berlin's plans to build up pressure on Ankara by advising German investors that Turkey is no longer a safe country to invest in, German giants told Daily Sabah that their business relations are decades-old and investments will continue as planned
German police warn of possible Reichsbürger 'terror attacks'
A new situation report on the far-right Reichsbürgern (Citizens of the German Reich) group has said that they are capable of performing "extreme acts of violence and even...
Turkey eye first medals in bowling in Deaflympics
Turkey, in the Samsun 2017 Deaflympics, have not made the podium yet in the single men and single women categories in bowling. The national athletes are trying to change this in the coming days in the pairs, triplets, teams and masters
Turkey's Roma community set for employment, loan boost
In a bid to eradicate the inherent poverty of the underprivileged Roma community, the government is set to roll out incentives ranging from jobs to loans for entrepreneurs...
Libyan coastguard rescues 278 Europe-bound migrants
Libya's coast guard in two separate operations on Monday rescued at least 278 migrants as they tried to reach Europe, naval officials said.
In one operation, 150 migrants,...
War On Terror
Extensive inquiry into FETÖ members continue
The ongoing investigation within the National Defense Ministry continues preceding a Supreme Military Council (YAŞ) meeting to be held in August. Held annually, YAŞ's August...