Qatari businessman gives away three cars to celebrate Erdoğan's election victory

A Qatari businessman vowed to give away three new cars as gifts to celebrate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's election victory while suggesting to rename his country's traditional camel races as "the Erdoğan race," Turkish daily Yeni Şafak reported on June 27. 

20,000 Turkish students suspected of fraud in postgraduate entrance exam: Report

The Ankara Prosecutor’s Office has opened an investigation into claims that answers to 16 Turkish postgraduate study entrance examinations were stolen and distributed to sympathizers of the U.S.-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen, pro-government daily Yeni Şafak reported on Dec. 19.

Our conversation with God

Once a bestselling novel about spiritualism, the title of this short article is now Turkey's search for religiosity vs. secularism and personal beliefs vs. political triumphs. But the reason is a sober one. Since the coup attempt of July 15, 2016, Turks from all walks of life have started questioning the role of religion in public and political life.

New details on tipoff to MİT on July 15

Daily Yeni Şafak had a headline story on May 20 by Osman Ozgan with the title: "Here is that major's statement," triggering new debates. We knew that a major, identified only as O.K., personally went to the headquarters of the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) in Ankara's Yenimahalle district on the afternoon of July 15, 2016 to warn them about the preparations of the coup.