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Associated Press The MV Savarona, one of the world's largest yachts, which was once used by Turkey's founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Photograph: AP Update: In April 2011, Tevfik Arif was acquitted of all charges. A Kazakh businessman has denied
News reports say a Turkish court has handed down suspended sentences to four suspects accused of running a prostitution ring on one of the world's largest yachts...The 10 had been on trial since December, accused of "facilitating" and "encouraging"
Investigation Alexander Mashkevich, one of Jewish world's biggest philanthropists, suspected of organizing sex party on luxurious yacht seized by Turkish police. His lawyer denies allegations, but Yedioth Ahronoth reveals what really happened on
The late founder of modern Turkey met Cabinet ministers and hosted foreign envoys aboard the MV Savarona, one of the world's largest yachts, shortly before his death in 1938. Generations later, according to prosecutors, the luxury vessel played host
A Turkish news agency says 10 suspects are standing trial on charges of running an international prostitution ring on one of the world's largest yachts. The Anatolia news agency says the suspects, including Kazakh businessman Tevfik Arif, went on
Prosecutor Yusuf Hakki Dogan said the Savarona yacht was used twice for sexcapades, the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported. "This is the man who defiled the Savarona," read the headline on the cover of the Turkish paper Milliyet , beside a photo of
Turkey's government has seized the one-time state yacht of Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, following media reports that a vice ring had used the vessel to throw sex parties with prostitutes. Eight women and two underage girls, all of