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A total of 53 restaurants have spotlighted in the selection of the Michelin's first Istanbul Guide, with Fatih Tutak's "Turk" the only place to receive two stars for its "exceptional cuisine."
Located in the Şişli district on the European side, Turk "offers a modern and sophisticated stage for gourmets looking for typically Turkish flavors," the guide said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Oct. 12 that Russia could increase the capacity of its gas exports to Turkey and eventually turn into a hub for gas supplies to Europe.
Moscow is ready to resume gas supplies to Europe via a link of the Germany-bound Nord Stream 2 pipeline under the Baltic Sea.
Footage of a group of migrants jumping over the border fence between Bulgaria and Turkey using a simple ladder was broadcast by bTV last night.
The fence swallowed tens of millions of leva - and it is not even known exactly how many, since it was refinanced many times during the time of the government of GERB and the so-called "patriots" from VMRO.
Two provisions that were set to restrict the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Türkiye in the U.S. Senate version of the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) bill have been dropped, daily Hürriyet has reported on Oct. 11.
The U.S. Senate removed the conditions during a 2023 defense budget meeting.
Erdogan’s nationalist partner Bahceli said Turkey would be warm this winter, unlike Europe
The prevalent and essentially pessimistic scenarios regarding international politics project that the energy and inflation crises will get worse, that the Russo-Ukrainian war will be protracted, that Putin is prepared and ready to use nuclear weapons, and that the planet will be in a state of upset and plunge into geopolitical and other, multifarious crises.
European leaders turned a cold shoulder to the Turkish president at the Prague Summit, as Recep Tayyip Erdogan seems to be paying for his dead-end policy and inflammatory statements against Greece.
His decision to issue provocations during the leaders' dinner and attack Greece backfired on the Turkish president, as Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis responded immediately.