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Turkey's Galatasaray were edged on Feb. 14 by Portugal's Benfica 2-1 in the first-leg match of the round of 32 in UEFA Europa League.
The top bid to operate İddaa, Turkey’s only legal sports betting company, has come from Şans Girişim, a venture including Demirören Holding and U.S. company Scientific Games.
Turkey's Fenerbahçe beat Russia's Zenit 1-0 in the first leg game of the round of 32 in UEFA Europa League on Feb. 12.
Turkey on Feb. 6 strongly condemned French President Emmanuel Macron's declaration of April 24 as a national day to mark the 1915 mass killing of Armenians.
A dog has stolen the show during a junior football league match in Turkey.
Turkey's leading defense and electronic systems company Aselsan has signed a big deal with Metro Istanbul to extend and renovate a metro line which connects the Old City with the Esenler Coach Station and Atatürk Airport.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan congratulated Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on the historic Asian Cup win in football in a phone call on Feb. 2.
Erdoğan congratulated the Qatari emir on becoming the Asian Cup champion, said presidential sources.
A court in the western province of İzmir has ruled for the bankruptcy of Pamukkale Turizm, one of Turkey's oldest coach services company.
Turkey was the second most active country in Europe in stadium construction over the last decade, completing 26 major projects, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) said in its latest report.
Amid the U.S. withdrawal from Syria, Turkey will press the fight against ISIL to clear it from Syrian soil, Turkey's president has said.
A U.S. technical team held two-day talks in Turkey on Jan. 15-16 to express specific concerns over the latter's purchase of the Russian S-400 air defense systems particularly in regards to the flight safety of F-35 aircrafts.
Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor, automotive giants who have decided to team up on vans, pickups and self-driving technology, can use plants in Turkey for joint production, according to remarks made on Jan. 15.
Turkey's Football Federation (TFF) chairman Yıldırım Demirören has described a plan aimed at restructuring the country's football clubs' debts, estimated to be some 10 billion Turkish Liras, as a "milestone."