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As Greece’s maritime dispute with Turkey heats up, Athens is finding more and more common ground with Tokyo
The number of movie halls has decreased by 11.1 percent, while the number of cinema audiences decreasing by 27.9 percent in 2021 compared to 2020, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) has said.
According to the country's official data institute, the number of cinema halls dropped from some 2,698 to some 2,398 in a year across Turkey.
Turkey's internationally acclaimed pianist Fazıl Say gave a free concert on the banks of Munzur River in the eastern province of Tunceli, formerly known as Dersim, to raise awareness about Munzur River and environmental pollution.
Thousands of people from various parts of Turkey viewed the concert, accompanied by mezzo-soprano Serenad Bağcan.
Maguy Marin, a prominent figure in contemporary dance who art lovers have been waiting for years to see, is coming to Turkey for the first time.
Marin, one of the pioneers of a new wave of dance in France, will be on stage tonight at Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall with his stage choreography and a masterpiece called May B.
His reaction was at least provocative as one day before the 107th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide by Turkey
Veteran Turkish journalist Tufan Türenç, who was called "the man who knows everything" by his colleagues in the daily Hürriyet, where he worked for over three decades, has died at the age of 77 in the capital Ankara on April 23.
He was being treated in a hospital for some time for a heart condition.