The seventh annual Istanbul Photo Awards’ winners were announced this week, with the top prize going to Mohammed Shajahan from Bangladesh. Shajahan wins the purse prize of $6,000 from Turkey’s distinguished news service Anadolu Agency.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin the international community needs to “teach a deterrent lesson” to Israel.
Two UN agencies, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), have collaborated in a scheme to provide free masks to workers in Gaziantep’s industrial zone, produced by Syrian refugees.
Clashes at Islam's third-holiest site and around East Jerusalem, which injured at least 205 Palestinians and 17 police officers, came amid mounting anger over the potential eviction of Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers.
Turkey’s FM Cavusoglu says ending Ankara’s support in military training and consultancy would not be in Libya’s benefit after talks with his German counterpart Maas resulted in a mutual agreement that foreign mercenaries need to leave.
Becoming Turkey’s first lifeguard with Down syndrome is only one of Irem Oztekin’s many successes. The 20-year old university student is also a professional swimmer with medals won in Turkey and abroad.
Turkish Airlines wraps up first quarter of 2021 with $41 million real operating loss and $61 million net profit despite the effects of the crisis caused by Covid-19.
Turkey’s unregulated crypto market has come under closer scrutiny by the government, as it begins to tighten restrictions and float a tax regime.
Slovenia will encourage dialogue between the EU and Turkey during its mandate as president of the Council of the European Union, the country's Foreign Minister Anze Logar says after a meeting with his Turkish counterpart.
Turkey's support for Libya under the deal on security and military cooperation prevented a civil war and human tragedy, says Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Tripoli.
The number of cultural and natural assets in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List has reached 85, with Turkey's historic eastern and southeastern Anatolian towns joining the list.
A presidential decree makes “crypto asset service providers” in Turkey responsible for seeing their assets are not used illegally.
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