Tragedy opens door to changes sought by Omoros
Turkish culture minister says around 65,000 variety of books published in the country as of 2017.
Most people have swept into cities in the hope of a better life. But some are staying in the village in the hope that there will be a sustainable rural development.
2 roads next to UAE Embassy in Ankara renamed to reflect Turkey's Ottoman heritage and its defense of Muslim holy sites
Natural site in Turkey's southwestern Denizli province combines thermal water treatment with antique city landscape
Kartepe hosted a total of 150,000 tourists, including some 15,000 foreigners, last season
Shogan Kameda left Georgia in September
It is hard being a woman all over the world but it is much more harder in some regions, especially in Africa. Somali women have been facing some hardships just like other women in the continent of Africa.
Turkey's ambassador to Kosovo attends opening ceremony of 2 kindergartens
Dolmabahce Palace most popular site for visitors to sultans' homes
16-year-old Palestinian became symbol of protest against US move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
Stephane Blet says he has held concerts in support of Palestine for the past 25 years
International students recount how they discovered real Turkey through their experiences
Competition organized by Federation of International Student Associations
Fakhri Pasha or Umar Fakhr ud-Din Pasha (1868–1948) was the commander of Ottoman army and governor of Medina from 1916 to 1919. He was nicknamed “the Lion of the Desert” and “Tiger of the Desert” by the British for his patriotism in Medina.
Translations available in Bulgarian, Uzbek and two African native languages, Chewa and Shona
The village of Çıngırdere, hidden in the piedmont of Rhodope Mountain in Bulgaria, is famous for its natural beauty as well as its handwritten Islamic manuscripts.
Last September, Saudi King issued a decree allowing women to get driving licenses.
24 Turkish universities make it to nature-friendly campuses list
Ethiopian Gumuz people make their living from agriculture. As agricultural products, millet, onion, cotton, tobacco, mango, various vegetables and fruits are preferred. The Gumuz ethnic community also engages in activities such as hunting wild animals, collecting wild fruits and gathering seeds.
King of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf, presents awards for physics, medicine, chemistry, literature and economy in Stockholm