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12:58, 21 February 2017 Tuesday
Art & Culture

16:27, 27 January 2017 Friday
Pakistan Karachi locals flock to Turkish food fest

'I ordered my favorites shish kebab and kofte. I never miss an occasion to eat Turkish food,' gushes one Karachi resident

16:13, 15 January 2017 Sunday
Landmark Athens mosque due to be finished this April

The new mosque will be the first official mosque in Greece's capital since the 19th century

09:36, 22 December 2016 Thursday
Japan pays UNESCO dues withheld after row over Nanjing

Tokyo annoyed by UN body’s registration last year of thousands of documents relating to Nanjing Massacre in World War II

10:39, 17 December 2016 Saturday
Artist brings beauty to war-damaged Gaza home

Working with Palestinian engineers and artists and the Palestinian Red Crescent, Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen is "transforming a demolished house into a beautiful sculpture" which will as a museum for a short time

15:38, 14 December 2016 Wednesday
Netherlands to turn over Crimean treasures to Ukraine

A Dutch court has ruled that archaeological treasures which were on loan to Amsterdam's Allard Pierson Museum when Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in March, 2014.

09:31, 13 December 2016 Tuesday
The struggle of the Bulgarian Muslims

When considering the establishment of the Chief Mufti institution of Bulgaria, the difficulties imposed on this institution and after learning about the conditions that were needed to be overcome; after getting to acquaint with brave people who had to put all they ever had on the line, you get a better understanding of the responsibility and loyalty of the Muslims in Bulgaria. 

10:15, 05 December 2016 Monday
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

09:39, 05 December 2016 Monday
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 the world. He participated in a lot of air missions.

14:24, 04 December 2016 Sunday
Aisholpan Mongolia's first female eagle huntress

Aisholpan, a young Mongolian tribegirl has become the first ever female eagle huntress with a stunning new documentary showcasing her incredible talent and life to the world

08:31, 30 November 2016 Wednesday
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 Muslim minority in Bamiyan. 

23:41, 27 November 2016 Sunday
The Muslims of Phuket and their splendid mosques

The Muslim in Phuket have maintained their culture and have lived a life of harmony with the Buddhist community throughout history. Deniz Baran has compiled some facts about the mosques of Muslims , who live in the touristic area called Phuket in Thailand.

19:16, 27 November 2016 Sunday
A man converts to Islam after pub becomes mosque

Colgrave Arms, a London pub since 1886, has been converted to a Mosque after the Can Hall Deen and Education Trust completed its purchase in July 2010 which will meet the needs of both the sizeable Muslim and non-Muslim community in Cann Hall.

15:41, 26 November 2016 Saturday
Baymirza Hayit - a patriot of Turkmenistan

Baymirza Hayit with all his suffering, wars, exile and legal trials was a real Turkestan patriot; with all his written thesis, works and books was a real intellectual. Written by Yusuf Tuncbilek.

15:17, 25 November 2016 Friday
Istanbul the city of beautiful sunsets

Istanbul, one of the most beautiful cities in the world attracts millions of visitors each year - its silhouette with the magnificent Hagia Sophia and Topkapi as well as the grand Sultanahmet mosque has marked its place as a must visit city on countless bucket lists.

10:38, 24 November 2016 Thursday
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

08:39, 24 November 2016 Thursday
A Turkish Memorial in Russia

Two memorials have been restored in the memory of soldiers of Turkish, German, Hungarian and Austrian origin, who were sent to the Vladivostok region in Russia during WWI  but had fallen prisoner to the Russian army and lost their lives in these camps.

15:50, 19 November 2016 Saturday
Istanbul's new airport wins design award in Berlin

World Architecture Festival recognises airport, library

17:05, 13 November 2016 Sunday
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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