Turkish government cannot hide corruption file forever: PM's advisor

The Turkish government will at some point address the public on the issue of corruption and this should be both convincing and transparent, according to Etyen Mahçupyan, a chief adviser to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu.

"No parties or governments can escape from this forever. This is not a file that can be hidden forever," Mahçupyan said in an interview with daily Hürriyet.

Erdoğan’s remarks on gender equality stir fury

The Turkish president’s statements over ‘nature’ of women and men receive criticism from opposition deputies as well as women rights activists The Turkish president’s controversial statements over gender equality have precipitated a new debate in Parliament, as well as opprobrium on the part of women’s rights activists.

Gemiler Island, a shelter for Christians escaping Romans

The once-safe haven for Christians seeking shelter from the hunt is now a fantastic site of photogenic ruins While I was in Kayaköy for my television program about photography “2 Göz 1 Şehir” (2 eyes 1 city), my friend Faruk Akbaş, who has been working on a photo project about Kayaköy and its environment for many years now told me about an interesting island in front of the coas