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07:42, 21 July 2017 Friday
Art & Culture

21:57, 04 July 2017 Tuesday
Community center for Syrians opened in Turkey s Adana

Three-story building would be used for vocational training, language courses for Syrian refugees

11:10, 23 June 2017 Friday
US students set to experience Turkish culture

Yunus Emre Institute wants to “build bridges between the two countries" director says

10:43, 15 June 2017 Thursday
Cappadocia 'sculptures' seen from the air

The sculptures that can be seen from the sky in Cappadocia are made by an Australian sculptor

13:46, 14 June 2017 Wednesday
Prophet's cloak attracts Ramadan faithful in Istanbul

The Hirka-i Serif (the Noble Cloak) was brought to Istanbul in the seventeenth century, at a time when the Ottoman Empire controlled much of the Islamic world deep into today's Saudi Arabia.

23:16, 13 June 2017 Tuesday
Researchers find oldest human remains in Morocco

Modern humans existed 100,000 years earlier than previously thought

15:14, 13 June 2017 Tuesday
Bringing ancient tapestries back to life in Belgium

Returning to its former glory the kind of creation that adorns a cathedral wall or is displayed at a world-renowned museum can take more than a year for tapestry restorers at Royal Manufacturers De Wit.

12:24, 01 June 2017 Thursday
Turkey helps restore 16th-century Bosnian mosque

Friday sees re-opening of Emperor's Mosque, 25 years after it was attacked during 1992-1995 Bosnian War

10:59, 22 May 2017 Monday
Origins and evolution of minarets

In trying to understand how the tower got its special meaning in Islamic societies, scholars have attempted—with mixed success—to trace minarets back to various traditions of tower building in the pre-Islamic cultures of Eurasia.

13:00, 21 May 2017 Sunday
Star Wars' at 40 The Force is still strong

"Star Wars" has grown into the most lucrative and influential movie franchise of all time

08:33, 18 May 2017 Thursday
Ibn Sina Avicenna declared as a ruler in Europe

With the fame and effect to the west on discoveries and creations in medicine, the book of Ibn Sina, “El-Kanun fi't-Tib” was taught in the European medical schools such as Louvain and Montpellier Universities, until the 17th century

17:43, 14 May 2017 Sunday
Traditional dhow boat race retraces Gulf pearl route

The winner, the dhow "Zilzal," or "Earthquake," was awarded 10 million dirhams ($2.72 million). 

13:14, 10 May 2017 Wednesday
Islam in Japan Before 1900

With the beginning of the era of Japanese Renaissance, known as the era of Meiji, started in 1868, only two countries in Asia enjoyed independence, namely the Ottoman Empire and Japan.

18:58, 09 May 2017 Tuesday
New batch of Homo naledi bones found in South Africa

Homo naledi is believed to have lived alongside early humans known as Homo sapiens, say scientists

10:14, 08 May 2017 Monday
Palestinian fashion designer breathes new life into tradition

Palestinians have for centuries painstakingly sewn long black dresses and adorned them with red embroidery, in designs still worn today in rural areas and at marriages and other celebrations.

10:40, 30 April 2017 Sunday
10 Amazing Aerial Photos from Makkah

Check out these amazing aerial photos taken from above during the 27th night of Ramadan in Makkah.

12:29, 29 April 2017 Saturday
Being Muslim and Korean

This is a combination that suprises many.

18:26, 27 April 2017 Thursday
Jerusalem's forgotten literary treasures revived online

Millions of pages of rare manuscripts -- some centuries old -- are being put online and restored to the public domain

06:56, 21 April 2017 Friday
Gambia's race to save its 'Roots' on Kunta Kinteh island

Kinte's descendants, along with heritage officials, warn that without urgent action, 550 years of history could be lost.



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