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Local authorities in a northwestern Turkish district have warned citizens not to take away or consume dead fish washed ashore in the Susurluk River.
Turkey has been given the title "Fossil of the Day" on the second day (Nov. 28) of the United Nations climate change talks...
The Central Anatolian city of Kütahya is among eight cities competing for the 2015 European Green Capital Award, the European Commission announced Oct. 19.
The only green space in Taksim square is being closed down as part of the controversial renovation project. Yet critics say it is the only area that enables people to take a break from the chaos
Turkish music megastar Tarkan has visited southern Turkey’s Lake Burdur to lend his weight...
Parliament’s Constitution Reconciliation Commission was not able to agree on...
On World Environment Day, Minister of Environment and Urban Planning Erdoğan...
Twelve sculptors from nine countries are creating stone sculptures that will be left for submersion in Hasankeyf district after the area is flooded by the contentious Ilısu Dam project.
Tension rose in front of Trabzon Governor’s office and Municipality buildings between police and locals...
A new EU-supported project has earmarked a number of areas on the Black Sea, including sites in Turkey.
A member of the Republican People’s Party (CHP) has filed a criminal complaint against Istanbul’s Şişli...