Girls living in orphanages in the Central Anatolian province of Sivas have formed a football team and qualified for the Third Women's Football League that will start in February.
The team is called the Family and Social Policy Youth and Sports Club, named after the Family and Social Services Ministry.
Two Africans, who were transferred to the eastern province of Hakkari's women's football club playing in the Turkcell Women 1st League, have said they are happy to be living in the border city.
"I love Hakkari and its people. They are so hospitable," 24-year-old Kenyan midfielder Mwanalima Adam Jereko told state-run Anadolu Agency.
The foundation stone for Turkey's first domestic car plant will be laid in May with construction expected to take a year, its CEO said on Jan. 28.
Gürcan Karakaş of Turkey's Automobile Joint Venture Group (TOGG) said at a news conference in the country's industrial province of Kocaeli that the factory will start mass production in 2022 with an annual capacity of 175,000 units.