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Science, Industry and Technology Minister Nihat Ergun on Sunday. Turkey has been pulling ahead in the international race to win back scholars and researchers who have gone abroad...Within the scope of the project, 26 high officials from state and
Those living in the state of Pennsylvania were the main attendees of the festival, but there were also many visitors from New Jersey and Delaware who took great interest in the Turkish cultural fest. Speaking during the opening ceremony of the
Reasons To Leave At first, the Turks believed they would soon be returning home with the wealth to start a better life. But as turkey's political situation was roiled by violent unrest and military coups, more and more Turks opted to stay in Germany.
The statistics announced in Bilecik revealed $ 11.87 billion of exports in April. In his evaluation of the April results, Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) President Mehmet Buyukeksi stressed that exports to European Union stayed still at 2 % yet
During these halcyon days for marriage equality, the notion of a flamboyantly gay singer capturing the heart of the nation would seem a rather ho-hum affair. But what about back in the 1950s--and in a largely Muslim country? Universally beloved
One of the rising stars of emerging-market economies, Turkey is a sprawling territory that spans Europe, Asia and the Middle East, nicknamed both the New Tiger and China of Europe. A young and highly wired demographic, an increasing middle-class and
Speaking to reporters following the cabinet meeting, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister and Spokesperson for the Turkish government Bulent Arinc underlined that they were working on terrorist organization PKK's retreating from Turkey by giving up weapons.
Muzaffer Ozdemir, best known for his acting in Nuri Bilge Ceylan's Distant, directs this melancholy study of landscape and memory. A depressed architect, Dogan (Kanbolat Gorkem Arslan) returns to his homeland on a walking tour but finds only crude
www.thelocal.de/national/20130331-48851.html The Turkish foreign minister has appealed to his German counterpart to allow Turkish media into the trial of a woman accused of being part of the NSU neo-Nazi terror cell which killed ten people, eight of
Turkey (AP) Turkish police on Sunday detained a man wanted for the killing of a New York City woman in Istanbul, an official said. The suspect, identified by authorities only as Ziya T, had been on the run since the body of Sarai Sierra, a 33-year-