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The ties between Iran and Turkey are intrinsically deep and filled with a rich history connecting them both to the founders of each nation...When Reza Pahlavi and Mustafa Kemal Attaturk (first president of Turkey) met for the first time in Ankara on
Watching Ali Koc run around a soccer field on a brisk October evening in Istanbul you observe that he is the kind of player that moves well without the ball. He is not particularly tall or fast but during this five on five weekly match in which he
Turkey's National Security Council (MGK) convened in Turkish capital Ankara on Tuesday. The regular meeting of the MGK is being held at the Cankaya Presidential Palace under the chairmanship of Turkey's President Abdullah Gul. The meeting which began
Peace at home, peace in the world" is the official motto of the Turkish Republic. Coined in 1931 by the republic's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, it implies a causal relationship, but the events this week in Istanbul and dozens of other cities of
The Turkish embassy celebrated the 93rd anniversary of the opening of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey by Mustafa Kemal Atatrk on April 23, 1920, which then proclaimed the founding of the new Republic of Turkey on October 29, 1923...Kiratli,
They were English and Scots, they were French and Senegalese, they were Indians and Nepalese, they were Anzacs from Australia and New Zealand, ships full of soldiers who had landed on the lacy bays of Gallipoli not knowing why, climbed the hills and
Chairman Professor Yucel Altunbasak, art critic Professor Hasan Bulent Kahraman and columnist Ismet Berkan. Speaking at the event, Gul said that no country could be accepted as a great one if it only transfers technology rather than produces it.
Leaning out of the bus window as we drive out of Istanbul to the Ataturk Airport he first sighs, turns pensive and then lets out his feeling very curtly. "Turkey is a great country," he says. I nod and point at another of the great red flags of the
The full report of an autopsy on the body of Turgut Ozal, who as president of Turkey led the country out of military rule in the 1980s, should be released for public scrutiny, his son said on Wednesday. Mr. Ozal's body was exhumed in October after
Turkey's Syria policy fits a classic role Speaking Freely is an Asia Times Online feature that allows guest writers to have their say...In Turkey, not all opinion on what is happening in Syria reflects the ideological viewpoint of the ruling party.