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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Although fossil fuels, especially coal, dominated the world after the Industrial Revolution, times have changed.
The first incident was on Sept. 21, 2010, when a group of 20 to 30 people with sticks in their hands smashed glasses and windows of art galleries along Boğazkesen Street in Istanbul’s Tophane. They injured those attending an opening. Their reason was that they were drinking.
A police operation in relation to the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) was conducted at the Mersin Metropolitan Municipality in southern Turkey and 25 people were detained on Aug. 2, 2016. The same day, police came to the Ankara home of Erkan Karaarslan, one of the advisors of Mersin Mayor Burhanettin Kocamaz from the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP). They searched the house.
He and his wife had been teachers for 10 years.
Answering a parliamentary question from main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy Fethi Gürer, Education Minister İsmet Yılmaz stated that out of 6,857 secondary schools in Turkey, 6,280 have a physical education teacher. In other words, in 577 secondary schools there is no physical education teacher.
What might a “Tourism Week” at school feature? Local cuisine, popular geographic destinations; if there are any historic artifacts and places, they would be depicted; there could also be folklore, dance and other shows, right?
You must have heard of Nusret, the famous high-society butcher who shares videos every day on social media sharpening his knives, slapping, or caressing animal bodies.
In our country, coal power plants are being opened one after the other. Almost every day we say, “Agriculture has died; we import everything.” To be able to understand the relationship between the two, let us look at how coal investments affect agriculture
I was born in the Aegean port city of İzmir and lived there until I was 17.
“This incident is not like an accident or an earthquake. I will follow it until the last drop in my blood,” a heart-stricken mother has pledged. Her power comes from desperateness. Her only haven is justice; however, justice is silent.
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