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Iran's Pink Mosque
Iran's Pink Mosque
From the outside, the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran, seems like a fairly traditional house of worship -- but it's hiding a gorgeously colorful secret.
 
The heroes of Canakkale
The heroes of Canakkale
Turkey is commemorating its war heroes 99 years on since the Ottomans gained victory over invading British and French forces.
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Iraq museum hopes to reopen after decade of closure

Some artefacts that went missing have been sent back after being seized in the US, Europe and other Arab countries.

2nd Palestine marathon kicks off in Bethlehem

Held under the slogan of the 'right to movement'," the marathon celebrates the Palestinian Sports Day and promotes the cause of thousands of...

Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus found in Israel

The gold encased scarab ring had the name of Pharaoh Seti I on it, implying that it may be from the 13th century BC.

Rare Ottoman bowl breaks world record at auction

World record for Iznik pottery achieved as anonymous bidder buys rare bowl in London auction.

14 countries attend Arbil book fair

The book fair was opened by KRG leader Masoud Barzani.

Book donation campaign in Kosovo

The books collected during the campaign will be sent to the various libraries in the country including the Prizren People Library. So far hundreds of...

Turkey turns another corner

For Turkey, getting through the local elections without any major incidents is an achievement within itself. However, no matter how much the...

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Judge delays Guantanamo hearing over defense FBI concerns

Judge delays Guantanamo hearing over defense FBI concerns

Defense team member Jim Harrington disclosed at the hearing on Monday that agents had tried to recruit a defense security officer as a spy earlier this month.

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European parliament votes for compulsory quot made-in quot labels

European parliament votes for compulsory "made-in" labels

Country of origin labels are currently voluntary in the European Union and many of the bloc's governments want to keep it that way

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Turkish foundation to build mosque in Cuba

Turkish foundation to build mosque in Cuba

The plan is part of a wider project by the TDV in building mosques for Muslims who live in the Caribbean.

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Google buys wireless signal transmitting drones

Google buys wireless signal transmitting drones

Google and Facebook have been competing in innovative ways to increase internet access globally and tap into previously untouched markets.

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Increased CO2 levels make fish unafraid of predators

Increased CO2 levels make fish unafraid of predators

The findings of the study and the likely changes to the food chain will be of concern to millions in the tropics who depend on coral reefs for food security and livelihoods.

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Iraq museum hopes to reopen after decade of closure

Iraq museum hopes to reopen after decade of closure

Some artefacts that went missing have been sent back after being seized in the US, Europe and other Arab countries.

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Putin's popularity soars over taking back Crimea

Putin's popularity soars over taking back Crimea

Reclaiming Crimea 60 years after it was gifted to Ukraine by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev has been a domestic triumph for Putin. But losing the ability to exert influence over Ukraine would be a high price to pay for

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