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A Virgin Blue passanger plane has been hijacked on its way to the Indonesian island of Bali
UK's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said he is “very concerned” that takeaways are selling kebabs containing rat meat
Israel said it was halting peace talks with the Palestinians following their unity deal with Hamas
A large crowd of nearly 1,000 people gathered on Istanbul’s central Istiklal Avenue on April 24 to commemorate the 1915 killings of Armenians
Muğla’s Gulf of Gökova welcomes storks every year in March and April. But too many are dying because due to the electrical wires put up by the authorities
One of the most outstanding violin virtuosos of the 21st century, Itzhak Perlman will be on the Istanbul stage once again on April 29
Muğla’s Gulf of Gökova welcomes storks every year in March and April. But because of electrical wires, storks die. Upset locals calls for officials to prevent their death
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan publicly acknowledged that a Turkish military convoy has carried “aid” into Syria, to the Süleyman Shah tomb.
Halki Seminary on Istanbul’s island of Heybeliada will open its doors for a film screening for the first time
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan issued a condolence message addressing the Armenians because of the 1915 incidents.
No doubt, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has millions of fans at home and abroad, including an unknown number of Turks who vow that they are ready to “die (and, surely, kill) for him.”
Almost a century ago, on April 23, 1920, the Grand National Assembly of Turkey was founded in Ankara.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, since his outburst at Davos, has been declared to be “totalitarian” in Western media organs, mostly by pro-Israel pundits.
Some 425 inspectors are investigating 198 illegal eavesdropping cases believed to be carried out by the Gülen community
If a genie come was to come out of Aladdin’s magic lamp and tell the heads of the intelligence organizations of Western democratic countries “Make your wish,”
Sharp hikes imposed on apricot and hazelnut prices without waiting for the new harvest spark concern over the extend of the potential increases in products that were most hit by the frost in the March-end
Higher interest rates and a weaker Turkish Lira have caused housing sales in Turkey to drop 6 percent in the first quarter
I have a call for the prime minister: Be a man of your word
The Housing Development Administration (TOKİ) has geared up to partly demolish a sleepy Black Sea town which was home to Armenians in the past
A lawyer in Ankara has applied to the Constitutional Court in a bid to overturn the government’s ban on celebrating May Day at Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square.