‘Shadow teachers’ for children with special needs in Beylikdüzü

With the start of a new project in Istanbul's Beylikdüzü province, some 44 "shadow teachers" started assisting students with down syndrome and autism in classrooms.

"Shadow teachers" are expected to share the same row with the inclusive students throughout the day and act as a mediator in the triangle of family-school-child in the educational aspect.

Over 225,000 people apply on 1st day of housing project’s launch: Minister

Over 225,000 people have applied for the housing project, which aims to help low-income citizens own houses and tackle problems regarding property prices and rents, on the first day of its launch, Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change Minister Murat Kurum has said.

"Applications for land and industrial workplaces will be made between Oct. 10 and Nov. 7," Kurum said.

Turkish parliament to feed cats in compound

Turkish parliamentary speaker's office has instructed the establishment of a team to feed the cats in the parliament compound.

Following the efforts of experienced photojournalist Mustafa İstemi, who feeds the cats in the parliamentary compound with his wife İnci İstemi every morning, even on holidays, Parliament Speaker Mustafa Şentop instructed a team to be formed to feed the cats.

New mucilage to form in Marmara Sea: Expert

All conditions are set for the formation of new mucilage in the Marmara Sea considering the latest photos, according to Mustafa Sarı, a member of the Mucilage Science Board and a professor from Bandırma Onyedi Eylül University.

"When you look at Bandırma Bay, for example, you see three different colors, brown, turquoise and dark green."

Cengizhan Şimşek triumphs in Kırkpınar oil wrestling

Cengizhan Şimşek won the title of "başpehlivan" (chief wrestler) and the coveted golden belt at the ancient 661st oil wrestling festival held in Türkiye's northwestern province of Edirne on July 3.

The epic battle between two strong wrestlers, Şimşek and Mustafa Taş, was not concluded in normal time, with both of them preferring a passive style.