Turkey holds 11th ambassadors’ conference with theme of “Robust Diplomacy: Active on the Ground and at the Table”

The Ambassadors Conference, organized annually by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2008, will be held this year on Aug. 3-9 in Ankara and Samsun with the participation of Turkish ambassadors serving at home and abroad.

US epidemiologist: 'Genes give us the gun, environment pulls the trigger' in cancer

"Genes give us the gun, while the environment pulls the trigger," the prominent US epidemiologist Devra Davis told Kathimerini in an exclusive interview ahead of her speech at a conference titled "Dramatic Changes on the Planet and the Greek Roots of Ecological Ethics," which took place at the University of Patra in southwestern Greece from June 17 to 20.

President honors Deaflympians

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos received athletes who took part in the 23rd Deaflympics in Samsun, Turkey, in July, as well as the president of the Hellenic Federation of Sports for the Deaf, Iosif Stavrakakis, at the Presidential Mansion in Athens on Monday. The games hosted 3,000 athletes from 97 states.

Marking July 15, let's not institutionalize polarization in Turkey

Until the coming to office of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in 2002, one can fairly say that Turkey's national days, putting aside Oct. 29 Republic Day, had basically turned into occasions for holidays, rather than special days when people celebrated Republican values.