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Japan to host Ottoman miniaturist exhibition

Works of 16th century polymath Matrakci Nasuh go on display in Tokyo

The Timeless Beauty Of Afghanistan's Blue Mosque

Afghanistan once attracted thousands of tourists before its decades of war began, and here it is easy to see why.

Five things to know about Mali's holy sites

Mmasons in Timbuktu use traditional techniques to reconstruct precious mausoleums destroyed in a rebel takeover of northern Mali in 2012.

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,...

World's oldest library in Morocco opens

Fatima Al-Fihri, the founder of the worlds oldest library, challenged stereotypes and misconceptions that women were not influential in creating...

Ottoman aid to the Irish during the Great Famine

During the Great Famine in Ireland,160 years ago, the Ottoman Empire sent £1,000 sterling - equal to $1,052,000 today - and 3 shiploads of food to...

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Our Sorrows and Delights After the Attempted Coup in Turkey

On the eve of July 15 Turkey has very quickly saw it face to face with an attempted coup. From the very first moments, the World Bulletin has...

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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Australian burkini designer tells France respect women

Australian burkini designer tells France respect women

Celebrating lifting of ban on full-body swimsuits, Aheda Zanetti asks opponents to stop stereotyping wearers

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Leader of ISIL-linked group reportedly killed in Sinai

Leader of ISIL-linked group reportedly killed in Sinai

Head of ‘Welayat Sinai’ group is killed in drone strike carried out by Egyptian army, security source tells Anadolu Agency

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FETO business group registered in Belgium

FETO business group registered in Belgium

Documents show members of trade advocacy group linked to coup-plotting FETO have access to EU institutions in Brussels

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African Union reiterates solidarity with Turkey

African Union reiterates solidarity with Turkey

Terrorism is the threat of our time, of this century, African Union Commissioner for Peace and Security Ismail Chergui says

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Ethnic peace talks seek to pave new path for Myanmar

Ethnic peace talks seek to pave new path for Myanmar

A historic peace conference may possibly end decades of violence

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In Egypt ecstatic pilgrims begin journey to Mecca

In Egypt, ecstatic pilgrims begin journey to Mecca

The annual pilgrimage is expected to take place this year from September 9-14.

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Turkey's Central Bank cuts overnight lending rate

Turkey's Central Bank cuts overnight lending rate

Overnight lending rate gets cut by 25 points to 8.50 percent; overnight borrowing rate remains unchanged at 7.25 percent

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WhatsApp to share user data with Facebook

WhatsApp to share user data with Facebook

Facebook will target advertising to Whatsapp users but will steer clear of third party advertising content

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Jean Claude Van Damme's Muslim diet

Jean Claude Van Damme's Muslim diet

In an interview Hollywood actor Jean Claude Van Damme has stated that he favoured Arabic food and that the diet followed by the Prophet Muhammad was one that was best for the human body

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THE SEASON OF VIOLENCE ROLLED AROUND AGAIN IN KASHMIR

THE SEASON OF VIOLENCE ROLLED AROUND AGAIN IN KASHMIR

What is going on in Kashmir, why is there such escalation?

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