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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A Russian naval intelligence ship sank off Turkey’s Black Sea coast on April 27 after colliding with a vessel carrying livestock, Turkey’s Coast Guard said, noting that all 78 personnel on board were evacuated
A physically impaired man who climbed up the stairs on his hands to vote in the referendum due to an elevator malfunction at a school used as a polling station has said he will file complaints against the school administration.
Syrian refugees in the southern province of Hatay are struggling to continue their lives on the side of the roads, as they have spent all of their money in attempting to cross illegally into Turkey.
Residents in several Istanbul neighborhoods staged protests late on April 16 against a dispute over vote counting at the constitutional referendum earlier in the same day.
A new subway line will be built to reach the Silivri district of Istanbul, Mayor Kadir Topbaş announced on April 13.
A physically impaired man has climbed up the stairs on his hands to vote in the referendum due to an elevator malfunction at a polling station in the Eyüp district of Istanbul. The man, whose name was not disclosed, said those who were responsible for failing to provide the service “should be ashamed.”
An employee with Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality was suspended from duty on April 13 after sharing a post on social media saying that the wives and daughters of naysayers in the charter referendum were “halal” for “yes” voters as “spoils of war.”
Three people were killed in an exchange of gunfire between two groups in the schoolyard of the Yabanardı Elementary School in the Çermik district of the southeastern province of Diyarbakı
Police in the southern province of Mersin have detained nine suspected militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) after receiving intelligence that the jihadist group ordered its followers to carry out attacks on ballot boxes set for the April 16 referendum
The outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) has 11 new generation missiles in northern Iraq, Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has stated, saying this is a result of ties between the PKK and the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), an ally of the West.
A total of 412 people have been detained in operations carried out against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party/ Kurdistan Communities’ Union (PKK/KCK) in 21 provinces, the Interior Ministry said April 13