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11:25 Women: The Struggle For Change
Turkish women differ on values and expression of faith but all want to be treated as human beings. A favorite quote of mine is “Life is 10 percent what happens to me and 90 percent how I react to it.” Charles Swindoll wrote these wise words in his book “The Grace Awakening.”In the past decade or so ...
31.10.2014
11:25 'May You Live In Interesting Times'
There is a Chinese proverb that could be considered a curse: “May you live in interesting times.” It is as though Turkey has been cursed because it is going through interesting times. As the lack of confidence in the settlement process resurfaces, it has become evident that the process was strategic...
31.10.2014
11:24 The AK Party's Take On The 'Solution'
Without Turkey ever really having had the chance to understand its true content or debate its true meaning, the “solution process” has ground to a halt. And in fact, the point at which we have now arrived was perhaps best summed up recently by Deputy Prime Minister and government spokesperson Bülent...
31.10.2014
11:22 Only The AKP Is Innocent
On May 13, an explosion at a coal mine in Soma, Manisa, caused an underground mine fire that burned for two days. In total, 301 people were killed in Turkey's worst mining disaster. Soma Coal Mining Industries, the mine owner, which is alleged to have close ties with the Justice and Development Part...
31.10.2014
11:22 Blindsided In Black Coal
Turkey has such a perplexing flow of events that unless you are addicted or immune to it -- or completely apathetic -- you are bound to be overwhelmed.At the beginning of the week, our newspapers and TV stations were flooded with a myriad of debates about peshmerga soldiers crossing the Turkish bord...
31.10.2014
11:22 Spy Agency Vs. Turkish Military And ISIL
It is neither customary nor normal for a nation's spy agency to always be in the forefront of all domestic and foreign policy matters, nor can it assume the role of the military. It is in the nature of spy agencies to conduct their activities under great secrecy so that they can generate healthy ana...
31.10.2014
11:18 Turkish Press Review
Turkish dailies on Friday cover reactions to the mine accident in central Turkey where 18 miners remain trapped because of a flood, as well as to the crossing of peshmerga forces into Kobani via Turkey.
31.10.2014
11:16
UN Warns Of Irreversible Climate Change UN Warns Of Irreversible Climate Change
Governments and scientists have been meeting in the Danish capital Copenhagen this week to adopt a key IPCC report on the state of the climate.
31.10.2014
10:48 Falling Energy Prices Could Benefit Turkey's Economy
Economy Minister Zeybekci says with the fall in oil prices, Turkey may grow economically and increase employment in the country.
31.10.2014
10:48 Turkey: 15 Killed, 27 Injured In Bus Accident
Bus carrying group of agricultural workers flips over in western Turkey.
31.10.2014
10:05 15 Killed As Bus Overturns In Southern Turkey
At least 15 people were killed when A bus carrying workers overturned in Turkey’s south-western province of Isparta on Saturday. Reportedly, the accident killed 15 and injured 8 people. The injured were taken to a hospital. The accident took place as the bus driver lost control, and as a result the ...
31.10.2014
09:33 Turkish President Erdogan In One-Day Visit To France
Important topics include Turkey's proposal to set up a safe haven in Syria, and Turkey's tender for a long range missile defense system.
31.10.2014
08:59
Bus Overturns In Turkey, 15 People Killed Bus Overturns In Turkey, 15 People Killed
A bus carrying workers overturned in Turkey’s south-western province of Isparta, the Milliyet newspaper reported Oct. 31.
31.10.2014
02:03 Burkina Faso Leader Vows Power Handover After Transition
Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore has called for the formation of a transitional government at the end of which he would hand over power to a democratically elected president, moments after the army announced the establishment of a transitional body to run the country’s affairs.
31.10.2014
00:18 US Policy In Syria Needs Adjusting, Officals Say
U.S. defense chief said Bashar al Assad is benefiting from US led operations in Syria.
31.10.2014
23:33 Malawi Releases 'Cashgate' Audit Report
Malawi has made public an audit report that reveals the details and names of those involved in mismanagement and plunder of public resources that led to the loss of over $100 million last year.
30.10.2014
22:03 Turkey Hopeful For Solution Of Kurdish Issue
Turkish PM Davutoglu reiterates Turkey's resolute stance to see solution process come to a final settlement soon.
30.10.2014
21:57
Turkey Announces New National Action Plan To Join EU Turkey Announces New National Action Plan To Join EU
Turkey's EU Minister unveiled the action plan Thursday, saying political reform process, continuity in socio-economic transformation and dialogue will continue with determination.
30.10.2014
21:57
Turkey Hopeful For Solution Of Kurdish Issue Turkey Hopeful For Solution Of Kurdish Issue
Turkish PM Davutoglu reiterates Turkey's resolute stance to see solution process come to a final settlement soon.
30.10.2014
21:18 Turkey Announces New National Action Plan To Join Eu
Turkey's EU Minister unveiled the action plan Thursday, saying political reform process, continuity in socio economic transformation and dialogue will continue with determination.
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