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- Bursa20 °C
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- Turkey's EU minister: 'Select Izmir for a magnificent EXPO'
- EP resolution on Turkey unacceptable
- Turkish Eximbank seeking greater role in Balkans
- Turkey to establish first Kurdish-language university
- Eid al-Adha brings people and communities together
- A great honor for Hamit
- Turkish bank to acquire bank in Russia
- Turkish president rules out official use of Kurdish language
- Çalık Holding era for YEDAŞ
- Ergenekon Fact vs. Fiction
- AK Party to act alone on package
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel in İstanbul
- General Staff questions 162 officers
- DTP excludes itself from parliamentary proceedings
- Last work of the great architect Sinan restored
- 12:18 - Istanbul Jazz Festival enters second week
- 12:09 - Ministry of culture and tourisms infrastructure move
- 12:04 - Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway to connect China with London
- 11:54 - Muslims' holy Ramadan begins
- 12:24 - Turkish film ‘Zerre' wins best film award at Moscow Film Festival
- 12:22 - Turkey delivers mobile hospitals to Azerbaijan
- 12:17 - Ramazan yardımlarında öncelik Suriyelilere
- 12:08 - Turkey calls for immediate release of Egyptian leaders
- 13:05 - As the scandal grows: the U.S. also tapped Turkey
- 12:58 - Ahmet Davutoglu held talks with his counterparts
- 12:48 - Sivas massacre's echo
- 12:42 - Trabzon opens door to female artists
- 12:42 - Gezi Park to reopen in a few days
- 12:40 - Toyota Boshoku investing more in Turkey
- 12:33 - Binali Yildirim: It is ruthless to blame a government
ALL NEWS HEADLINE
- MUSLIMS HOLY RAMADAN BEGINS
- TURKEY CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF EGYPTIAN LEADERS
- TRABZON OPENS DOOR TO FEMALE ARTISTS
- GEZI PARK TO REOPEN IN A FEW DAYS
- ERDOGAN: TAKSIM PLATFORM TO KNOW ITS PLACE
- EU DIVIDED OVER TURKEY
- TURKISH PRESS REVIEW
- TURKISH PM AT AK PARTY RALLY IN ISTANBUL
- TURKEY TO ATTEND 2015 EUROPALIA FESTIVAL
- REFERENDUM CANNOT GO AGAINST COURT DECISION
- ANTALYA HOSTS RECORD NUMBER OF VISITORS IN FIRST 5 MONTHS
- TURKISH FM RESPONDS TO KERRY
Necmettin Erbakan’s funeral expected to draw huge crowdErbakan’s death has also has sent shockwaves across the Muslim world, with many leading Muslim figures expressing their sorrow.
NATIONAL NEWS TURKEY
Women and the Qur’anic PrescriptionsThe Qur’an clearly rejects any such notion of the “inherent” evil of woman.
ECJ drops visa requirement for TurksThe ECJ ruled that two Turkish truck drivers have the right to enter Germany without a visa under a past agreement signed between Turkey and the EU.
- Artists debate how Gezi will reverberate in artThe Gezi protests, which have shaken Turkey for the past three weeks, have stirred up controversy in İstanbul art circles over the question of how these events will be reflected in the city's numerous art galleries.
- Turkish government to raise crackdown on football disorderMore than 4,000 football fans were investigated as part of the violence in sports law
- One-day strike beginsFive Turkish trade unions begin nationwide demonstrations with one-day strik
- İstanbul: Protests have 'no bearing' on 2020 plansThe anti-government protests in Turkey "will have no bearing" on İstanbul's ability to host the 2020 Olympics, the bid committee has said.
- Code for additonal cost on imported fuel lifted in TurkeyA recent controversial customs regulation in Turkey that had raised taxes for storing imported fuel and risked reducing the country’s fuel imports was abolished yesterday
- Istanbul starts seventh day of protests with tear gasClashes erupted between police and protestors in Istanbul's Beşiktaş district in the early hours of this morning, Doğan news agency has reported.
- Entrepreneurial women to meet in Istanbul Entrepreneurial women will be convening in Istanbul on June 2-4 for Dell’s Women’s Entrepreneur Network Event
Artists debate how Gezi will reverberate in artTurkish government to raise crackdown on football disorderOne-day strike beginsİstanbul: Protests have 'no bearing' on 2020 plansCode for additonal cost on imported fuel lifted in TurkeyIstanbul starts seventh day of protests with tear gasEntrepreneurial women to meet in Istanbul
- Israeli tiurists interest in Antalya The number of Israeli tourists to visit Antalya has increased by 133.3 percent. Tourists from the United States have also increased by 119 percent, while the number of tourists from Iran dropped by 63 percent
- Early spring in tourism The Association of Turkish Travel Agencies President Ulusoy: "It is speculated that in 2013 the number of tourists will reach 33 million and tourism revenue will be approximately 31.5 billion dollars"
- A tourism in Turkey on rise Turkey’s tourism service industry is on the rise
- TURKEY’S THE MOST VISITED SITE İS HAGIA SOPHIALast year a total 28,781,308 tourists brought 280,206,955 liras
- İznik: A pint-sized, lakeside İstanbul?Iznik is a small town in northwestern Turkey, on the eastern shore of Lake Iznik.
- Out and about in KonyaKonya is a city in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. The metropolitan area in the entire Konya Province had a population of 1,036,027 as of 2010
- The pasha’s palace: Doğubayazıt and beyondMost towns in Turkey have changed out of all recognition over the last 20 years.
- ICANN new gTLD program: an opportunity not to be missed.This is to say, either ICANN will not allow such domain names with religious extensions as .ISLAM, .BIBLE, .HALAL and will not allow domains
- Turkish economy grows 11.7 percent in a stunning upturnThe Turkish Statistics Institute released its quarterly growth rates on Wednesday, revealing that the economy continued to grow for the second straight quarter.
- First Istanbul Shopping Fest to begin March 18People will be able to shop 24 hours a day in Istanbul during nearly one mont.
- Turkish private sector asks for more energy privatization“The law was accepted in 2001. Yet even in 2010 there is no private sector in Turkey,” he said.
- Aliyev: Low gas prices for Turkey cannot continueThe issue of gas transmission to European Union countries still awaits answers, Aliyev said.
- IMF-World Bank İstanbul meeting to map out future course of actionThis year's meeting will make Turkey the only country to have hosted the Annual Meetings twice.
- Turkey's Arçelik, Grundig announce mergerTurkish durable goods maker Arçelik and its television-manufacturing unit Grundig Elektronik have decided to merge in order to increase their competitiveness.
ICANN new gTLD program: an opportunity not to be missed.Turkish economy grows 11.7 percent in a stunning upturnFirst Istanbul Shopping Fest to begin March 18Turkish private sector asks for more energy privatizationAliyev: Low gas prices for Turkey cannot continueIMF-World Bank İstanbul meeting to map out future course of actionTurkey's Arçelik, Grundig announce merger
- MEDITERRANEAN GAMES IN MERSIN STARTS
- LACK OF CANCER MEDICINE LEADS TO BLACK MARKET
- R&B singer Alicia Keys visits Istanbul
- TURKEY İS SELECTED THE MOST POPULAR TRAVEL DESTINATION IN CZECH REPUBLIC
- TURKİSH AİRLİNES TO NEW DESTINATIONS
- TURKISH FM URGES ISRAEL TO USE DIPLOMATIC CHANNELS
- AND THE WINNER IS…ISTANBUL
- WIKILEAKS UNVEILS LARGEST US DIPLOMATIC CABLES
- 12:18 Istanbul Jazz Festival enters second week
- 12:09 Ministry of culture and tourisms infrastructure move
- 12:04 Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway to connect China with London
- 11:54 Muslims' holy Ramadan begins
- 12:24 Turkish film ‘Zerre' wins best film award at Moscow Film Festival
- 12:22 Turkey delivers mobile hospitals to Azerbaijan
- 12:17 Ramazan yardımlarında öncelik Suriyelilere
- 12:08 Turkey calls for immediate release of Egyptian leaders
- 13:05 As the scandal grows: the U.S. also tapped Turkey
- 12:58 Ahmet Davutoglu held talks with his counterparts
- 12:48 Sivas massacre's echo
- 12:42 Trabzon opens door to female artists
- 12:42 Gezi Park to reopen in a few days
- 12:40 Toyota Boshoku investing more in Turkey
- 12:33 Binali Yildirim: It is ruthless to blame a government
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