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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was supplied with intelligence regarding the police officers who were allegedly conducting operations on behalf of the Gü

By George Georgakopoulos

The war in Syria has also spread into Turkey’s southern border province of Hatay due to the ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) wrong policies, presidenti

French soprano Emma Shapplin will perform for Turkish fans in Istanbul’s Harbiye Open Air Theater on August 2.

President Abdullah Gül and his family will vote for Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu in presidential elections instead of taking sides with his long-time political comrade, Pri

The suspects detained on charges of “illegal wiretapping, spying and fraud” in an operation on July 22 had been monitoring the private lives of the people they all

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Ex-army chief claims PM opted not to move against Gülenists

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was supplied with intelligence regarding the police officers who were allegedly conducting operations on behalf of the Gülenist “parallel structure,” but he failed to act then, Turkey’s former Chief of Staff İlker Başbuğ has claimed.

One win and one loss in Europa League

By George Georgakopoulos

Greece had a hit and a miss in the first-leg games for the third qualifying round of the Europa League on Thursday, as Atromitos scored a 2-1 win at Sarajevo while Asteras Tripolis lost 1-0 at Mainz.

Zeyve Bazaar, a haven in Taurus

The Zeyve Bazaar Promenade is in an area connecting the district of Ermenek with Mersin’s Anamur and Gülnar districts.

Turkey to host French soprano Emma Shapplin

French soprano Emma Shapplin will perform for Turkish fans in Istanbul’s Harbiye Open Air Theater on August 2.

The 40-year old soprano is expected to sing classics such as “La Notte,” “Miserere Venere,” “Verdi Maria,” “Cuerpo Sin Alma” and “Spente le Stelle.”

Wiretapping suspects ‘monitored private lives’

The suspects detained on charges of “illegal wiretapping, spying and fraud” in an operation on July 22 had been monitoring the private lives of the people they allegedly wiretapped illegally, according to authorities.

Just laughter…

Often, it is claimed Turkish political-Islam has been consolidating itself in power through a step-by-step disguised secret agenda. Wrong. These guys have been doing it openly all the way down, but some people insist on not seeing and reading what is exposed so clearly.

Is China a ticking economic time bomb?

Yes, according to many analysts, who underline the country’s credit boom. For example, a research note by Standard Chartered, which was published on July 21, noted China’s total debt to GDP ratio had surpassed 250 percent. You could have shrugged “so what” if it was not the world’s the world’s biggest trading nation and second-largest economy.