Coronavirus lockdown in Turkey's biggest city of Istanbul has meant fewer ships and more fish in the strait of Bosphorus, encouraging the mammals to come closer to shore and prompting more frequent sightings.
Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say that had it been built, a design for a bridge in the transcontinental city would have been viable.
The 16th biennial, presented free of charge in three venues until November 10, centers around the notion of the seventh continent, the island of trash in the midst of the Pacific Ocean that is “five times larger than Turkey.”
July 15 marks three years since the Turkish people defeated a coup attempt by rogue elements in the country's military. The Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO) was behind the deadly move, which left at least 251 people dead.
Hundreds of thousands of people pack Istanbul's July 15 Martyrs Bridge to commemorate the first anniversary of the 2016 failed coup
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