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Turkish municipality erects Rabia sign statue

Turkish municipality erects Rabia sign statue

A municipality in the northwestern province of Düzce has erected a statue of the famous Rabia sign at an intersection of roads, Doğan News Agency reported on June 21

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Traffic accidents killed 7,300 people in Turkey last year

Traffic accidents killed 7,300 people in Turkey last year

Around 7,300 people were killed in the traffic accidents in Turkey in 2016, according to statistics released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK).

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Small explosion occurs, no casualties reported near NATO facility in Turkey’s İzmir

Small explosion occurs, no casualties reported near NATO facility in Turkey’s İzmir

A small explosion at a graveyard close to the grounds of a NATO-owned military facility in the Aegean province of İzmir has damaged the installation’s perimeter walls, but caused no injuries on June 22, Doğan News Agency has reported

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Turkey seizes weapons with erased serial numbers from PKK

Turkey seizes weapons with erased serial numbers from PKK

Turkish security forces have seized weapons with erased serial numbers during security operations carried out against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)

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Governors of 41 provinces reshuffled in Turkey

Governors of 41 provinces reshuffled in Turkey

The governors of 41 provinces of Turkey were changed with a new decree law issued early on June 21.

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Nine suspects, including catering firm head, sent to court with arrest demand in Manisa food poisoning case

Nine suspects, including catering firm head, sent to court with arrest demand in Manisa food poisoning case

Nine suspects, including the chair of the catering firm, were referred to court with an arrest demand as part of the case into the food poisoning at a military barracks in the Aegean province of Manisa on June 21, Doğan News Agency has reported

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Municipality halts construction project after walls of historic mosque crack in Istanbul

Municipality halts construction project after walls of historic mosque crack in Istanbul

A municipality has halted a construction project in Istanbul’s Üsküdar district after the walls of a historic mosque have cracked.

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12 meter-long white whale washes ashore in Hatay

12 meter-long white whale washes ashore in Hatay

A 12 meter-long white whale washed ashore in the southern Turkish province of Hatay on June 20, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported

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Bosphorus waters to remain turquoise-tinged until the end of June

Bosphorus waters to remain turquoise-tinged until the end of June

The waters of Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait will retain their turquoise color, caused by phytoplankton, until the end of June

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Turkey tops UNHCR’s refugee hosting list with 2.9 million refugees

Turkey tops UNHCR’s refugee hosting list with 2.9 million refugees

Turkey tops the list of refugee hosting countries in the world, hosting 2.9 million of the world’s 65 million refugees, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) stated on June 20.

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