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Painting Time-lapse
This video documents the process that went into applying the Air India livery/gloss to the model 777 I'm constructing. The actual painting process took over a month, and there's a lot that isn't shown in this video
Beyond a Footballer Mohamed Aboutrika

If you are a footballer focusing only on your own team/league, you may not have much idea how the Turkish football league has the widespread popularity...

Rediscovered' da Vinci painting sells for 450M

Sale of Salvator Mundi, painted in the early 1500s, breaks new record for most expensive artwork ever auctioned

What You Should Read Turkish Islamism

Some Islamic book review

How do people spend their time in those countries

The daily activities of people in different geographies are also naturally different. In some countries people prefer to spend time indoors, while...

First school for disabled children opens in Gaza

60 students suffering from autism, cerebral palsy, or some physical disabilities will get education from trained teachers

WWI letters of Ottoman soldiers to reach families

Turkish Red Crescent takes initiative to deliver letters written by Ottoman soldiers held captive by British Army during WWI

Squares Bearing Witness to the History

The world history has changed with the resistance, protests and demonstrations that began in the squares of Tiananmen, Azadi, Dekabrist and lastly...

Handmade Turkish pasta making inroads in Europe

Entrepreneur Neslihan Sadak touts the quality and popularity of traditional eriste pasta across the European continent

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Developments in Saudi Arabia We have witnessed important political developments in the Middle East. In Saudi Arabia many were discharged and...

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UK Hijab-wearing primary girls to be questioned

UK: Hijab-wearing primary girls to be questioned

Ofsted chief advises school inspectors to ask girls why they wear hijab to school  

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Two militants killed in Egypt s Sinai Peninsula Army

Two militants killed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula: Army

Egypt has been fighting low-intensity insurgency in Sinai since bloody 2013 military coup  

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Ratko Mladic jailed for Bosnia genocide war crimes

Ratko Mladic jailed for Bosnia genocide, war crimes

Former Bosnian Serb general found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity arising from 1992-1995 war

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Mugabe's successor and the 'poisoned ice cream' plot

Mugabe's successor and the 'poisoned ice cream' plot

"For the record, the Vice President did not eat ice cream," Information Minister Chris Mushohwe said.

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Massive power crisis looms over Pakistan

Massive power crisis looms over Pakistan

Acute shortage of natural gas, furnace oil led to closure of several power plants, officials say  

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Muslim states urged to compete for 4B halal market

Muslim states urged to compete for $4B halal market

There are no Muslim countries among world's 10 biggest halal-product exporters  

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Borsa Istanbul down at opening

Borsa Istanbul down at opening

BIST 100 index drops 0.29 percent to open at 104,720.76; U.S. dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate stands at 3.93

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UN to host first talks on use of 'killer robots'

UN to host first talks on use of 'killer robots'

Activists and tech leaders including Tesla's Elon Musk have called on the UN to ban fully-automated weapons systems that could revolutionise warfare while putting civilians at heightened risk. 

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Turkish NGO puts Somali doctors through medical school

Turkish NGO puts Somali doctors through medical school

Doctors Worldwide Turkey says it has performed 3,000 cataract surgeries in Horn of Africa country