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Some 59 people have been killed and 330 have been injured in a total of 78 traffic accidents across Turkey since June 24, the start of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, Doğan News Agency has reported.
A prominent Turkish journalist murdered in the days that led to the 1980 military coup...
Starting yesterday night, heavy snow gripped especially the European side of Istanbul, as citizens woke up to a white but paralyzed city this morning.
The latest episode of “Turkey’s Changemakers” features Melahat Aydin, who initiated the “Another Chance” project with the goal of supporting girls’ schooling.
A 30-year case into the now-defunct far-left Revolutionary Path (Dev-Yol) ended without...
A father in Antalya allegedly sold his pre-teen daughter after ...
Turkish police arrested an Iranian passenger on a...
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan expressed his hope to visit Turkey’s first face...
Istanbul’s historical train station Haydarpaşa sent a train eastward last night at 11:30, marking the last time a passenger train will leave the station for a long-distance journey.
Divers have recovered the bodies of two of the eight ...
The Turkish Armed Forces is looking to hire "physically perfect" female cellists and violinists, daily Vatan has reported.