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  • How did Turkey catch Mohammed Dahlan's spy ring? by Yahya Bostan

    A curious counter-intelligence operation took place in Istanbul last week, as Turkey arrested two men who confessed to spying on behalf of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The spies, whom security sources did not identify by name, are known as SS (born 1979) and ZH (born 1963). They...

  • AK Party looks to self-revaluation, self-critique by İhsan Aktaş

    Turks constitute one of the most dynamic nations. Coming from a nomadic and thus mobile lifestyle, they migrated from Central Asia to the west, founding empires, influencing the civilizations that they came in contact with, while learning from others and developing their own body...

  • Who is to blame for Turkey-US strife? by Markar Esayan

    As you probably know, David Satterfield, U.S. President Donald Trump's pick for U.S. ambassador to Ankara, testified at a confirmation hearing at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week and answered the questions of senators. Senate confirmation of candidates nominated by...

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  • Moving forward together by Burhanettin Duran

    The period for challenging the Istanbul election is over. The provincial electoral authority has certified Ekrem Imamoglu, who ran on the Republican People's Party (CHP) ticket, as mayor of Turkey's largest city. Yet the Supreme Election Council still has to rule on the AK Party's...

  • Notes from the 'United States of Amnesia' by Hakkı Öcal

    This week I have been discussing with a few acquaintances of mine the Mueller Report and its impact on U.S. foreign relations. Liberals or conservatives from both sides of the aisle expressed their frustration on the Mueller Report: Democrats say the special prosecutor should indict...

  • Threatening the ICC by Imran Jan

    In Colombia, when Pablo Escobar was at the height of his drug career and when he was the most lethal, judges in courts had to give verdicts with their faces hidden behind masks. They feared for their and their families' safety because they knew that giving out radical verdicts against...

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  • Young riders mark Children's Day with horse jumping by Daily Sabah

    The capital Ankara hosted a horse jumping competition this weekend on the occasion of Children's Day on April 23. Organized by the Ankara Horse Riding Club, the event brought together young riders who showcased their talents to an audience of children. The traditional event is...

  • Diagne closes in on Süper Lig top scorer crown by Daily Sabah

    Galatasaray's Senegalese international Mbaye Diagne is edging ever closer to becoming the Süper Lig's top foreign scorer.The 27-year-old forward currently has 28 goals to his name and is the undisputed leader of the score board in the 2018-2019 Süper Lig season. He needs one more...

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  • First Smell and Taste Summit of Turkey to kick off in May by Daily Sabah

    At the summit, where the senses of smell and taste and their reflections in our lives will be handled, some experts will talk about developments in the science of smell. The first session of the summit will be moderated by Otorhinolaryngology specialist Dr. Aytuğ Altundağ....

  • Spring to blossom in Ankara with Floralfest by Daily Sabah

    Floralfest, an event to bring together nature and creativity, will be open in the capital Ankara on May 3. Organized for the first time by Grapevent the three-day festival will be held at the city's Armada shopping mall. It will bring together the fascinating colors of flowers,...

  • Superstitions busted: Crossing your fingers by Miraç Tapan

    There are so many superstitions related to luck, because, well let's admit it: We are all in need of a little bit of luck in our lives. When it comes to luck, the most common superstition – and gesture – is crossing your fingers. But how does crossing your index and middle...

  • 10 tips for a healthy old age by Daily Sabah

    As rapid developments in both medicine and technology today have increased life span considerably, we need to learn how to grow old in a healthy way

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