News archive of March 2021

Ταραντίλης: Τι κρύβεται πίσω από την παραίτηση του κυβερνητικού εκπροσώπου

Τι ρόλο έπαιξαν στην παραίτησή του οι χειρισμοί Μενδώνη στην υπόθεση Λιγνάδη και η κυβερνητική ανακοίνωση του Σαββάτου για τον Κουφοντίνα - Το «προφητικό» δημοσίευμα του «ΘΕΜΑτος» για τη δύσκολη εξίσωση να είναι κοντά στην οικογένεια του και να εκπροσωπεί την κυβέρνηση

Μειώσεις ενοικίων: Προβλήματα «ερμηνείας» με τις υπεκμισθώσεις – Αλαλούμ με τα υποκαταστήματα

Ποιοι χάνουν την μείωση ενοικίου λόγω «τεχνικού προβλήματος» στους ΚΑΔ – Τι δικαιούνται τελικά οι υπεκμισθωτές – Τα προβλήματα στην πλατφόρμα COVID και οι καθυστερήσεις στις αποζημιώσεις

BioNTech founders to receive top German honor

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will honor scientists Uğur Şahin and Özlem Türeci with the country's Order of Merit for their work, his office announced.

Steinmeier will personally present the Federal Republic's Great Cross with Star to Şahin and Türeci at a ceremony which will be held at the Bellevue Palace next month.

Expert predicts Bosphorus Strait to freeze in 2 years

Two prominent experts have come face to face with each other in a debate of intriguing questions after one of the experts made a prediction that the Bosphorus Strait would experience a "mini ice age" situation in two years while the other expert dismissed it by saying it was "out of the question."

Aegean Sea island for sale for $54 million

Some part of 459-acre island, known as Kalem Island off the coast of the Aegean province of İzmir's Dikili district, was put up for sale for 400 million Turkish Liras ($54 million).

Located 500 meters from the Turkish mainland and right across the Greek island of Lesbos, Kalem is known as a frequent destination for daily tour boats in the Aegean Sea.

Turkish police detain gang selling Patara beach sand

Turkish security forces detained 20 people that have illegally been selling the sand of the world-famous Patara Beach in the Mediterranean province of Antalya on Feb. 27.

The police said the "gang" had smuggled around 3,000 and 5,000 truckloads of beach sand since July last year, selling them to local construction firms.

412 smuggled artifacts returned to Turkey

Hungarian authorities have returned some 412 historical artifacts of Anatolian origin to Turkey, the Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry said on Feb. 28.

In a statement, the ministry said the artifacts were seized by Hungarian customs officers and returned to Turkey.

Turkey’s most technologically advanced brands unveiled

Data analytics company NielsenIQ Turkey has identified Turkey's most technological brands in 26 categories by conducting online surveys.

Koç Holding's Arçelik received "Turkey's Most Technological Domestic Brand" and "the Most Technological Brand of the COVID-19 Era" awards, whereas Garanti BBVA was chosen as the most technological bank.

Full Moon shines over capital Ankara

A full moon is seen over the statute of Atatürk, modern Turkey's founder, in capital Ankara. (AA Photo)