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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Internet usage among Turks aged between 16 and 74 rose to 66.8 percent in 2017 from 61.2 percent the previous year, according to a recent TÜİK survey
The Urartian castle of Ayanis in the eastern province of Van is undergoing restorations, during which broken pieces of ancient ornamentations on the walls are being attached back to their places
The locals of Bozüyük, who earned additional income acting in films and TV series, are now looking forward to be in front of the camera again
The Roman sarcophagus of Hercules, which was ruled to return to Turkey by a Swiss court in 2015, will return to its home in Turkey in September.
The remains of two tile furnaces have been found in archaeological excavations in İznik, known as a historic center of tile production in the northwestern Turkish province of Bursa
Ruins from the 19th and 20th centuries have been unearthed during the construction of the Beşiktaş subway line, offering new clues on the history of Istanbul
An earthquake with a magnitude stronger than 7 will hit Turkey’s Marmara region in the near future, Boğaziçi University’s Kandilli Observatory head Haluk Özener stated on Aug. 17
Diyarbakır’s Körtik Hill was home to a settlement that ‘can be found in archaeology once in a thousand years,’ according to academic circles that admire the field, according to officials
A three-year-old girl with a missing left leg, whose father had hit headlines in May for trying to teach his daughter to walk with a makeshift home-made mechanism, has received a new prosthetic leg in an operation at an Istanbul hospital.
People that compulsively search the Internet for information about particular real or imagined symptoms of an illness have become a growing concern among doctors.
A Turkish man living in the U.S. state of Florida was disqualified from donating blood after an official cited him as living in Turkey, which shares the Black Sea with Ukraine, at the time of the 1986 accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, daily Habertürk reported on July 31.
Scientists at a Massachusetts company seeking to make pig organs safe enough to be transplanted into humans have used gene-editing technology to clone piglets that lack a potentially dangerous retrovirus, according to a study released on Aug. 10.
Last year’s global weather was the warmest since modern record keeping began in 1880, a U.S. government report said Aug. 10.
Between July 1 and 16, Istanbul will host an international mega shopping event where visitors can enjoy discounted, tax free and late night shopping, along with a series of exciting events
Health experts have warned against fake Kylie Jenner lipsticks sold cheaper than usual in Turkey, drawing attention to the fact that their ingredients are unknown.
Michael Bond, the British creator of Paddington Bear, a marmalade sandwich-loving refugee from Peru who entertained generations of children with his exploits in London, died on Tuesday aged 91 after a short illness.
There was a moment when there was confusion, or better to say disagreement.
Once upon a time, the town of Melita was famous for its legendary fruit orchards. Even the name of Melita sounds delicious.
The moment I stepped in the unassuming building, I felt like a feather floating in the air.
A rehab center for stray animals in Istanbul’s Beylikdüzü district has started playing classical music in a bid to reduce the stress of cats and dogs.
A fish caught by three fishermen a few days ago in the Kızılırmak River, running through the city center of the Central Anatolian province of Sivas, and said to be a piranha has been revealed to be a pacu, officials have said.
Many martens have been seen on the streets of Istanbul after a recent hedgehog boom, daily Habertürk reported on Aug. 16.
Culture and Tourism Minister Numan Kurtulmuş denied claims the Topkapı Palace was sliding, saying that it is just a speculation
Cappadocia’s Dervent Valley is known for its rock formations that look like various animals and objects. The valley is one of the most popular spots for tourists in the region
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and his family came to Turkey on holiday last week