A three-story derelict building in Istanbul's Balat neighborhood collapsed on Feb. 16. No injuries have been reported yet.
Istanbul's Governor's Office has released a statement regarding the incident, saying that the building had been cordoned off previously as a "precautionary measure."
An Istanbul court on Feb. 14 ordered the arrest of two people in connection with deadly building collapse in the city last week.
Turkish police seized around 80 kilograms (some 176 pounds) of cocaine in an Istanbul port, officials said on Feb. 14.
Three people were detained on Feb. 14 as part of an investigation conducted by a prosecutor into the collapse of a building in Istanbul's Kartal district which killed 21 people.
Turkey's government will sell cheaper vegetables and fruits online besides their sales at physical points-of-sale set up in a number of districts by municipalities in the capital Ankara and Istanbul as part of efforts to fight against excessive price hikes which President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan recently described as "food terrorism."
Bulgaria's prime minister met on Feb. 12 with a Turkish architect who restored the Bulgarian St. Stephen Orthodox Church in Istanbul, saying that the structure shines once more, according to the country's cabinet press service.
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Istanbul police seized 2 tons of marijuana during an anti-narcotics operation on Feb. 12, Turkey's interior minister said.