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12:13, 02 March 2018 Friday

Turkey a must see before you die'

World-Renowned Author Schultz says 'Turkey grabbed my imagination as a young girl'

10:22, 29 December 2017 Friday

Women and Family Institution Between Established Culture and Religious Duties

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.

10:26, 06 November 2017 Monday

How do people spend their time in those countries

The daily activities of people in different geographies are also naturally different. In some countries people prefer to spend time indoors, while citizens of some countries prefer outdoor activities in touch with nature.

10:37, 03 August 2017 Thursday

Topkapi Palace items featured in Saudi exhibit

Exhibition organized as part of 2017 Medinah Capital of Islamic Tourism activities

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.

10:39, 07 October 2016 Friday

The cradle makers of Iraq's Grand Bazaar

The expertise in cradle making has lasted for many centuries and just as in Erbil, it continues primarily in Kerkuk and many other regions of Iraq.

09:10, 21 August 2016 Sunday

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.

12:33, 28 June 2016 Tuesday

Black White Americans divided on role of race

Divisions extend to views on Obama, Black Lives Matter movement

12:48, 29 March 2016 Tuesday

The last storytellers of Morocco

The ancient art of storytelling is making a comeback in Marrakech, with the younger generation of apprentices making an effort to preserve the culture-defining tradition

11:36, 06 July 2015 Monday

Pakistan cultural performance captivates Ankara

A Pakistani cultural event has captivated thousands of audience members held in Kecioren, Ankara.

13:59, 26 February 2015 Thursday

Looted by ISIL Syrian art sold in London

Syria is a cultural treasure trove that includes six sites on the World Heritage list compiled by the United Nations' cultural arm

09:49, 08 January 2015 Thursday

Generation of Afghan poets inspired by hopes for peace

After decades of conflict, Afghans poets are finding their inspiration in their collective hope for peace.

12:43, 04 January 2015 Sunday

UNESCO calls to protect cultural sites in Iraq and Syria

Syria and Iraq have suffered widespread looting and damage of their historic Islamic art, architecture and cultural heritage sites during years of ongoing conflicts.

11:43, 09 November 2014 Sunday

The unknown history of Germans in Kyrgyzstan

‘Germans in Kyrgyz History’ exhibition provides a comprehensive outlook to Germans’ adventure in the heart of Central Asia

10:03, 09 November 2014 Sunday

International Istanbul book fair opens

Turkey's most anticipated annual book fair has kicked off with the participation of Hungarian and Turkish government officials Saturday in Istanbul's Beylikduzu district.

11:58, 04 November 2014 Tuesday

The iconization of values

It would be useful to rethink a process where the state restores a reputation and tries to make someone popular for political reasons, and resorts to making use of verses without paying for them.

10:07, 03 November 2014 Monday

President praises Turkish intellectual's heritage

"If those who were marginalized in the past can now say 'I exist' in today's politics, this is due to the self-confidence Necip Fazil instilled in those circles," President Erdogan said

16:27, 20 October 2014 Monday

Longest poem from antiquity found in Turkey

In Turkey 121 verses poem, assumed the longest, found during an archeolgical research among the remains of inscriptions

14:39, 13 October 2014 Monday

The Vikings, of Scandinavian origin, made successive raids on Britain from the 8th to the 11th centuries, burying their valuables for safe-keeping

11:42, 11 October 2014 Saturday

Archeologists unearth ancient village in Arizona

The homes are believed to have been inhabited during the so-called Basketmaker era, when Native American communities in the area were beginning to grow crops for food and establish settlements.

16:52, 30 September 2014 Tuesday

Priceless Iraqi artefacts hit black market

Iraq's heritage already suffered a major blow in the lawlessness and looting that followed the toppling of President Saddam Hussein by U.S.-led forces in 2003

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