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Friday prayer in Indonesia
Friday prayer in Indonesia
A peaceful rally with close to four million people protested the blasphemy words by the Indonesia governor. Millions joined the Friday prayer held in Monas in Indonesia.
 
Hajj during the Ottoman empire
Hajj during the Ottoman empire
Today we travel very comfortably with an average of three hours from Turkey to the holy cities of Saudi Arabia, however during the Ottoman empire none of the modern conveniences were available, making people wonder the sacrifices and effort made to comple
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Amazon Prime ad that united an Imam and a Priest

Love, tolerance, peace: Amazon scores with an interfaith ad showcasing true brotherhood and spreading a touching message of unity

Ottoman Ahmet Ali Efendi the worlds' first black pilot

While American black people were still being treated as slaves or worse, Ottoman Muslim Air Forces member Ahmet Ali Efendi was the first black pilot of...

Experts divided over rebuilding Bamiyan statues

The Bamiyan statues were blasted in April 2001 by the Taliban, who had taken control of the province and killed thousands of Hazara civilians, a Shiite...

Lost Egyptian city discovered after 7 000 years

Archaeologists have discovered huts, tools and 15 huge graves dating from first dynasty period in Sohag province

Istanbul's new airport wins design award in Berlin

World Architecture Festival recognises airport, library

International Istanbul Book Fair opens on November 12

The Book Fair's theme of 'Philosophy and the Human' is to bring publishers and writers from all around the world together in Istanbul for the 35th time

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A new restoration for Turkey

Turkey had decided to choose the president via public voting after the referendum conducted in the year 2007.  In the year 2007, the honorable...

Farewell from the Editor-in-Chief

The World Bulletin web site and its Turkish and Arabic affiliates began its journey at one of the most turbulent times of Turkey and...

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Turkey voices concern for increased racism in Europe

Turkey voices concern for increased racism in Europe

FM says with spread of far-right, populist ideologies, conditions in Europe resemble pre-World War II

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Turkish military destroys 12 ISIL targets in N Syria

Turkish military destroys 12 ISIL targets in N Syria

Under Operation Euphrates Shield, 12 targets are flattened and 23 ISIL extremists are neutralized in northern Syria by Turkey's military

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Bosnia war crimes court indicts six over Srebrenica

Bosnia war crimes court indicts six over Srebrenica

Many suspected war criminals remain at large and victims are still being found in mass graves more than 20 years after the end of the tragic war

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ISIL loses last hold in Libya US says

ISIL loses last hold in Libya, US says

Remaining fighters with several women, children surrendered to Libyan forces, Pentagon says

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Dead from Pakistan air disaster to be identified by DNA

Dead from Pakistan air disaster to be identified by DNA

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight crashed into a hillside after one of its two turboprop engines failed while travelling from the city of Chitral to the capital, and burst into flames killing everyone on board.

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The happiness of a father whose daughter died as a

The happiness of a father whose daughter died as a Muslim

We met a father who almost danced to the death of his daughter.  Because his daughter died as a Muslim.

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ECB poised for action as politics rattle eurozone

ECB poised for action as politics rattle eurozone

Most analysts predict president Mario Draghi will extend an 80-billion-euro ($86-billion) per month bond-buying scheme beyond the current March deadline at his press conference.

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Amazon opens a physical grocery store

Amazon opens a physical grocery store

New supermarket features no human cashiers, scheduled to open to public in early 2017

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Paris pushes measures to fight spike in pollution

Paris pushes measures to fight spike in pollution

Paris being hit by the longest and most intense winter pollution peak in 10 years, according French air quality watchdog

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What is going on in Kashmir The interview with Muzammil

What is going on in Kashmir: The interview with Muzammil A. Thakur

Deniz Baran interview Muzzammi Thakur who answers crucial questions regarding the issue of Kashmir

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