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This is a different kind of election. As Turkeyâs Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan breaks down every logical and sensible argument, insults everyone that barely criticize him and looks for an easy win in the first round, Turkey will look for other options on its horizon.
It is very common for drivers in Turkey to get caught on radar either during intercity travel or within cities.
Each time somebody gets caught, the phrase is the common one, âIt was impossible to notice the radar. Why would they choose to place it there?!â
Within two months after presidential elections, a delegation from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will release its final report, which will also include recommendations for improving the election system in Turkey, said the head of the OSCEâs election observation team in Turkey.
The Death toll from a tanker truck accident on July 22 in southeast Turkey has increased to 33 with the deaths of three more patients in different hospitals this week.
Police officer Akif ÃakÄ±r died Aug. 5. Two injured passengers, Ãzlem Åimal and Ahmet Åen, who were being treated in hospitals in Adana and Ankara died on Aug. 6.
Turkey will be the guest of honor at the 21st Beijing International Book Fair scheduled from between Aug. 27-31.
âThere will be around 3,000 books from classical and contemporary Turkish literature on three stands covering an area of 932,000 squaremeters,â said Onur ArÄ±cÄ±, deputy minister of Culture and Tourism, at a press conference in Istanbul on Aug. 6.
A 144-member team will accompany Lady Gaga, who is widely regarded as the natural heir to Madonnaâs Queen of Pop throne, for her first performance in Turkey on Sept. 16.
The American singer will take the stage at Istanbul Technical Universityâs stadium as part of her fourth concert tour entitled âArtRAVE: the ARTPOP ball.â
Yazidis fleeing Iraq following an offensive by Islamic State (IS) militants have been settled in homes in the southeastern province of ÅÄ±rnak, Culture Minister Ãmer Ãelik has said on Aug. 7.
Tens of thousands of Yazidi families, as well as Turkmens living in Iraqâs Sinjar district bordering Syria are desperately trying to escape the militants amid reports of massacres.
Technology is, among other things, is the number one enabler of transparency through the world. If you keep a record of everything in your databases there is no way but to go transparent.
That is why there is much legislation around the world making businesses to keep everything from emails to transactions for many years digitally.
102 days from now, that is, on Nov. 16 2014, 20 people will gather in the Australian city of Brisbane and have the opportunity to take a photo.
Days before the countryâs first popular election for the presidency, Prime Minister and presidential candidate Recep Tayyip ErdoÄanâs speeches increasingly include references to national origins and religious beliefs.