The Mysterious Cape Emine in Bulgaria, where Ancient Legends are still Alive Today

Cape Emine is a rock nose on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. It is among our most scenic natural landmarks in our country. Represents an almost 60-meter-long wall. In clear and sunny weather, however, the nose is amazingly beautiful and majestic. From its crown is visible all of our coastline, dotted with bays and rocky noses, and to the north stands Galata cape.

First ladies meet in Ankara

A handout photo made available by Turkish Presidential Press Office shows Emine Erdogan (r), wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (not pictured), and Betty Peristera Baziana (l), wife of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (not pictured) posing for media during their meeting in Ankara, Tuesday. [Turkish President Press Office Handout/EPA] 

Music student buys Ottoman kemancha

A stringed instrument that once belonged to a woman in the harem of Sultan Abdulaziz has been bought by a 22-year-old Turkish music student.      
Emine Bostancı, who studies at Rotterdam Conservatory in the Netherlands, bought the three-stringed kemancha from a Canada-based collector for around 20,000 Turkish liras ($5,670).        

Police working to confirm Bursa suicide bomber's identity

Police believe the suicide bomber who killed herself and wounded 13 others in Turkey's northwestern province of Bursa on April 28 was a woman identified as Suzan B., according to reports citing intelligence sources. 

According to the claims, police have taken DNA samples from the suspect's family members in the southeastern province of Mardin and are working to confirm her identity.