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"We, Elsewhere," a new work by İnci Eviner, will be presented in Turkey's pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia to be held from May 11 to Nov. 24.
Turkey has permitted mobile network operators to test 5G technology this year.
Chinese state media has released a video it said proves Uighur poet and musician Abdurehim Heyit is alive, after Turkey cited reports of his death in custody in a strongly worded condemnation of "human rights violations" in Xinjiang.
Turkey's 3rd national scientific expedition to Antarctica is set to begin next week for meteorological researches on the coldest continent on earth, according to an official statement.
Offenders who are under surveillance as part of Turkey's probation programs will undertake the maintenance, repair, cleaning, and painting works of 1,909 schools in all provinces in Turkey during the two-week winter break.
A Dutch journalist, who was deported by Turkey, was fired from her newspaper on Jan. 18.
Schools across Turkey will break up for around 18 million students for the semester break starting on Jan. 18.
A family in western Turkey has been shocking the country in recent weeks with their terrifying story, including allegations of multiple murders, kidnappings, pedophilia and torture.
Turkey's television watchdog has ordered a halt to a television program on Halk TV for five episodes, while also ruling for a fine, over remarks of two famous actors on the president in a previous episode.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Turkey's credit rating at "BB" with a negative outlook.
News agencies in Europe have joined forces to fight the growing threat posed by fake news. In a resolution adopted last week in Tirana, these commit to developing effective tools and rules to enable journalists and Internet users to fight misinformation as well as to promote reliable media and educate users to surf in the digital environment.