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  • Germany worried about terror suspect by Daily Sabah

    Turning a blind eye to the terror suspects it hosts, Germany expressed concern about Deniz Yücel, a German-Turkish citizen accused of aiding a terrorist group. Yücel, a correspondent for Die Welt, was detained in Istanbul last week as part of an investigation into RedHack, a band...

  • Pro-gov't journo escapes armed attack by Daily Sabah

    Cem Küçük, a journalist and author known for his support for the government's anti-terror operations, escaped an armed attack that targeted his home in Istanbul late Monday. Küçük was at work when unknown gunmen opened fire on the house where his brother and his family were staying...

  • Soldiers sent to murder Erdoğan confess, deny guilt by Daily Sabah

    They are 'patriots' and soldiers who 'followed orders.' The testimonies of pro-coup troops who attempted to assassinate President Erdoğan during the July 15 putsch bid blamed on FETÖ claim they were 'patriotic' while betraying their country or simply following the highly questionable...

  • Dressed to kill: Call for jumpsuits for dapper suspects by Daily Sabah

    They are more accustomed to military fatigues than well-ironed suits but when they appeared at their first hearing wearing exactly those, with cool haircuts to match, pro-coup troops sparked outrage in the country. After all, these men are accused of attempting to kill the elected...

  • Trial of anti-coup hero Halisdemir's killers begins by Daily Sabah with AFP

    The trial began yesterday in the killing of a Turkish soldier who became a national hero after shooting dead one of the suspected ringleaders of last year's foiled coup, which is blamed on a small junta loyal to the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ). Sergeant Ömer Halisdemir (L) killed...

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  • Concert bridges Jewish and Turkish cultures by Daily Sabah

    Yinon Muallem and Derya Türkan's latest project "Bridges" comes to the Salon stage tonight. Muallem, who takes her inspiration from the rich roots of Turkish and Jewish music and performs in countries all over the world, was previously featured at the Salon Istanbul Foundation for...

  • Bodrum hosts Austrian jazz and film by Daily Sabah

    Tourism hotspot Bodrum, in the southwestern province of Muğla, will host "Austria Days" between March 7 and 21. The event will see Bodrum welcome Austrian jazz bands and host screenings of the finest examples of Austrian cinema. Co-organized by Bodrum Municipality and the Austria...

  • Film offers critique of American society by Daily Sabah

    Pera Film presents "Tales of Tails: Dogs on Screen," which brings together stories about man's best friend from around the world. The program is part of the Istanbul Research Institute's exhibition, "The Four-Legged Municipality: Street Dogs of Istanbul." On Feb. 22, film lovers will...

  • God, beauty and love: An interview with Nacer Khemir by İklim Arsiya

    The Tunisian director of the widely-known film ‘Bab'Aziz: The Prince Who Contemplated His Soul,' Nacer Khemir, was in Istanbul for the Mercy to the Realms International Short Film Competition awards ceremony where he sat down with Daily Sabah for an interview on the film industry,...

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  • 'Cold Front from the Balkans' to feature Albanian artist's talk by Daily Sabah

    As the Pera Museum prepares for the "Cold Front from the Balkans" exhibition, Adrian Paci will be the first artist to greet visitors in a series of talks centered on the creative practices of artists as well as the thematic elements portrayed in their works beginning Friday, Feb....

  • Istanbul-Sofia express starts first journey by Anadolu Agency

    The Istanbul-Sofia Express, the result of an agreement between State Railways of the Turkish Republic (TCDD) and Bulgarian Railways, set off from Istanbul's Halkalı train station on Feb. 20 for its first journey, carrying two machinists, three conductors and 22 passengers. The train...

  • Roman bath, health center to be revived by Anadolu Agency

    Archaeologists and engineers have geared up to bring a 2,000-year-old Roman bath to light in Yozgat's Sarıkaya district. The public bath, which is also called the "King's Daughter" by locals, is considered to be an important historical structure dating back to the Roman Empire. Speaking...

  • Popular fair opens for Istanbul's bookworms by Daily Sabah

    One of the most anticipated events for bookworms in Istanbul, the 4th CNR Book Fair will be open from Feb. 24 to March 5 with a focus on the July 15 coup attempt, bringing together 300 publishing houses from 19 countries

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