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Bus crash kills three workers in southeastern Turkey

Bus crash kills three workers in southeastern Turkey

Three workers were killed and 20 were wounded when a service bus transporting the laborers to a factory...

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Lebanese man carried in German's luggage caught at Turkish-Greek border

Lebanese man carried in German's luggage caught at Turkish-Greek border

A man was captured at the Pazarkule Customs Gate while he was trying to cross from Turkey into Greece...

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4.8 and 4.7 quakes shake Turkey’s west

4.8 and 4.7 quakes shake Turkey’s west

Two consecutive earthquakes, measuring 4.8 and 4.7 on the Richter scale, shook the western province of Kütahya at 13:10 yesterday afternoon, causing no significant damage.

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‘Veni, Vidi, Vici’ patented in Turkey

‘Veni, Vidi, Vici’ patented in Turkey

The municipality of Zile in the northern province of Tokat has announced the acquisition of the Turkish patent license for the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar’s famous saying “Veni Vidi Vici” which is believed to have been uttered in district’s 4,000-year-old castle.

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Doctor gives details of transplant operation in Turkey

Doctor gives details of transplant operation in Turkey

The prosthetic face designed for Olga Ünal, the donor in Turkey’s third face transplant operation at Ankara’s Gazi University, was completed with unusual speed and accuracy

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At least four workers killed in southern Turkey factory blast

At least four workers killed in southern Turkey factory blast

Four workers died and nine more were wounded in a blast at a denim-dyeing factory in the southern province of Kahramanmaraş on April 13.

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Turkey's quake victims find disaster coordination insufficient

Turkey's quake victims find disaster coordination insufficient

Turkey lacks an earthquake action plan and fails to provide the necessary coordination and conditions, problems exacerbated by a harsh climate ...

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Istanbul islands may bid farewell to traditional horse carriages

Istanbul islands may bid farewell to traditional horse carriages

Transportation Coordination Center’s report on the replacement of horse carriages on the Princes’ Islands...

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Turkish Cypriot father admits to killing 7-year-old son

Turkish Cypriot father admits to killing 7-year-old son

Turkish Cypriot man recently confessed to the murder of his 7-year-old son, whose mutilated body was found in a trash can several days ago.

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Turkish president celebrates the World Art Day

Turkish president celebrates the World Art Day

Turkish President Abdullah Gül celebrated World Art Day and said the day was an opportunity ...

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