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First presidential library opens in the Turkish capital

A presidential library has been opened in Ankara. It features more than 4-million books in 134 different languages. The library has the biggest capacity in Turkey and can welcome about 6-thousand book lovers at one time. And as Tayyibe Aydin reports, it even accommodates night owls. #NationalLibrary #Turkey #Ankara

Turkey's newest and biggest library

Turkey's newest and biggest library

Joanina Library

Joanina Library

Indonesia Library: Flyover turned into space for reading, playing

Indonesia Library: Flyover turned into space for reading, playing

Turkey Tourist Train: New service aims to boost visitors to east

Turkey Tourist Train: New service aims to boost visitors to east

Police begin dismantling protest zone in Seattle

Police begin dismantling protest zone in Seattle

Nuptials resume in Turkey as coronavirus outbreak eases

Nuptials resume in Turkey as coronavirus outbreak eases

Big brands boycott Facebook over content policy

Big brands boycott Facebook over content policy

US sees surge in Covid-19 cases

US sees surge in Covid-19 cases

Russian voters back reforms allowing Putin to stay until 2036

Russian voters back reforms allowing Putin to stay until 2036

Germany calls for EU unity to compete with ‘superpowers’

Germany calls for EU unity to compete with ‘superpowers’

Hong Kong arrests hundreds as security law imposed

Hong Kong arrests hundreds as security law imposed

US buys nearly all global stocks of key Covid-19 drug remdesivir

US buys nearly all global stocks of key Covid-19 drug remdesivir

Hong Kong marks 23 years since handover to China

Hong Kong marks 23 years since handover to China

PM Netanyahu counting on US backing for annexation plans

PM Netanyahu counting on US backing for annexation plans

China enforces new security law in Hong Kong

China enforces new security law in Hong Kong

WHO chief says coronavirus outbreak ‘not even close to being over’

WHO chief says coronavirus outbreak ‘not even close to being over’

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