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Turkey is really annoyed by the American presence in Greece and it is quite obvious
A massive fire erupted in two different locations in the southern province of Antalya's Manavgat district has destroyed dozens of hectares of forest cover and caused the evacuation of five settlements.
The cause of the fires in the Yeniköy and Side neighborhoods of the district is still unknown.
Authorities are seeking up to 15 years in prison for the license holder of ByLock, an encrypted messaging app developed and exclusively used by FETÖ members, the state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
Alpaslan Demir, a U.S. citizen of Turkish origin who goes by the name David Keynes, surrendered to Turkish authorities in Istanbul on June 9, according to the report.
A probe into the controversial remarks of Bolu Mayor Tanju Özcan, who said he would propose to the northwestern province's municipal assembly a motion to charge a tenfold fee for the water bills and solid waste taxes of foreigners in reference to refugees who fled from Syria, has been launched.
Over the last ten years, well over a million people have taken the same step without suffering the same fate. In Greece, a gateway to the EU, those refugees and migrants that are stopped by the authorities tend to be funnelled into an overcrowded asylum system: to unsanitary camps, hostels, and purpose-built facilities.
The restoration efforts on a 2,200-year-old ancient theater in Turkey's southwestern Denizli province have been finalized, according to an official's statement on July 26.
A Turkish doctor successfully conducted the country's second uterus transplant in the southern province of Antalya on July 27.
Doctor Ömer Özkan transplanted a uterus from a cadaveric donor into 32-year-old Havva Erdem in an eight-hour operation in the University Hospital of Antalya with the help of a 40-member medical team, including his wife, Özlenen Özkan.