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Turkish world marks Nowruz in Eskisehir
Turkish world marks Nowruz in Eskisehir
Turks from all over the Turkic world spanning from eastern Europe to western China gathered in the Turkish city of Eskisehir to mark Nowruz - the Persian new year.
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World calligraphers meet in Kuala Lumpur

Having different interpretations and styles, the works of calligraphers are often inspired by nature. The sense of infinity, cosmic orientation and...

Stolen ancient artefacts returned to Turkey

Two amphoras dating back to the 4th and 5th centuries have been returned to Turkey after almost 50 years.

Colombian novelist Garcia Marquez dies age 87

Garcia Marquez died at his home in Mexico City, a source close to his family said. He had returned home from hospital last week after what doctors said...

New sections of Great Wall unearthed in China

Three sections of famous wall believed to date back nearly 2,500 years are discovered in mountain valleys by archaeologists.

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...

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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Egypt denies AU move to shun presidency poll

"The A.U. has not taken such a decision," Foreign Ministry spokesman Badr Abdel-Ati said in a Tuesday statement.

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Obama Abe under pressure to salvage signature trade pact

Obama, Abe under pressure to salvage signature trade pact

An agreement between the United States and Japan is crucial for setting the tone for other countries engaged in the TPP

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Son of former far-right Dutch politician accepts Islam

Son of former far-right Dutch politician accepts Islam

Iskander Van Doorn, 22, followed in his father Arnoud's footsteps by leaving the far-right movement and accepting Islam.

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Risk of asteroid hitting Earth higher than thought study shows

Risk of asteroid hitting Earth higher than thought, study shows

City-killer asteroids are forecast to strike about once every 100 years, but the prediction is not based on hard evidence.

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Rhino horns worth $5.2 mln stolen in South Africa

Poaching rhinos for their horns is a growing problem in South Africa and a lucrative business for organised criminal networks but it is unusual for thieves to target stock piles.

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World calligraphers meet in Kuala Lumpur

World calligraphers meet in Kuala Lumpur

Having different interpretations and styles, the works of calligraphers are often inspired by nature. The sense of infinity, cosmic orientation and cultural perceptions stands at the center of the event.

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Far-right 'may benefit from low turnout' in EP polls

Far-right 'may benefit from low turnout' in EP polls

Europhobic and Islamophobic parties likely to win enough seats to form political group in the European Parliament, claims MEP Ismail Ertug.

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